Law Primary is supporting the WWF’s Earth Hour, this Saturday (29 March) at 8:30pm. It is a global event that focuses attention on our planet and the need to protect it. Millions of people will be switching off their lights for one hour to show that they care about our planet and, if it is possible, the Eco Committee would like to encourage you to do the same.
Everyone will receive a slip to be signed, if your house manages to take part. Any class who has 10 successful participants will receive a class certificate.
This phrase was heard a lot this week while the P1 staff and pupils investigated the different aspects of science. Children were placed in mixed social groupings from across the P1 classes and every afternoon rotated around different investigations. a week of science, a week of learning, a week of fun!
Flight & Surface Tension
Chemical Recations in Proffessor Conlins Laboratory
Hot air currents
Since Ali and Kam from Planet Play have painted our trial yellow brick road in the P1 playground nobody has been just running across. There has however been spontaneous skipping and singing heard from pupils right across the school body. All our pupils love it, can’t wait to see the real thing!
Many of you will already be aware of the great work Home-start do in East Lothian supporting vulnerable families. For those of you who would like to learn more, including information on volunteering, please click here.
Further information can be obtained from :
Home-Start East Lothian 01875 616 066
Plantlife Scotland have organised a storytelling event, which will take place on Sunday 16th March, 2.30 – 4.30pm at the Scottish Seabird Centre. More information on this event can be found here.
This event is suitable for families and booking is essential. To book a place or for more information please contact 01786 478509 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you looking for something active, fun and outdoors to do with your children on a Friday afternoon? We are starting a small group working with the local countryside ranger to help with some conservation tasks at North Berwick Law. This will include vegetation clearance, tree maintenance and litter picking. This group is open to children in P4 to P7 and their accompanying adult. Adults will be required to stay, supervise their children and also help out.
The block of 4 weeks starts on Friday 28th February and runs for 4 consecutive weeks, ending on Friday 21st March. Meet at 1.30pm at the North Berwick Law car park. Finish time is 3.30pm. All tools and gloves will be provided, but please wear warm, waterproof clothing, boots or wellies and bring along a drink.
Spaces are limited. Please email the school office to book a place, stating your child’s name and class, the name of adult who will accompany them and a contact number.
We have just received a thank you letter and certificate acknowledging the nursery and P1 support of the backpack appeal. We collected 83 backpacks, thank you and well done.
We will proudly display the certificate in our school. Backpack Certificate N&P1
As you are probably aware, East Lothian Council is currently making plans for the future expansion of Law Primary School. A presentation was given to staff in November 2013 and at the request of the Parent Council this is now being shared with the wider Parent Forum. Please be aware that the plans are still under development and subject to change. A member of the Parent Counil is part of the consultative group and regular updates are given at Parent Council meetings. The next meeting of the Parent Council is on Monday 20th January 2014.
The file size of the presentation is too large to be uploaded to the blog, but if anyone would like a copy emailed to them, please get in touch with the school office.
Welcome back to Law Primary for the new term and the new year. We hope that everyone has had a good holiday and has returned to school refreshed and ready to learn.
Many thanks to all the pupils who have donated books for our Book Sale, P6A have been working really hard this week collecting them all and we are looking forward to selling as many as we can on Friday. Classes will have the opportunity to visit the sale on the day, book will cost from 20p to £1 so please remember to bring some change on Friday if you would like to buy a book or two.