As you know our Macmillan Coffee Morning is being held on 29th September 2017 at 11:00-12:00 in the school dinner hall. This is being hosted by the children of P6.
We wish to extend an invite to all parents and carers of children in P5-P7. Unfortunately we cannot host all parents and carers at this event due to limited capacity of the hall.
We would like to thank you for your offer of cakes for the event. If you are contributing cakes, please bring them to the school dinner hall from 08:30.
We have not had many offers of adult volunteers to help to set up and to serve teas and coffees. If you have any free time, we would really appreciate any offer of help!
On Saturday 30 September and Sunday 1 October, there will be a special Community Weekend where entry into the award-winning Discovery Centre will be FREE.
During the Community Weekend, there will be the chance to enjoy first-hand the Seabird experience and meet the team. There will be range of activities, including the 3D Wildlife Theatre film experience; live gannet talks from the Discovery Centre experts; the chance to meet Craig the Crab during the sing-a-long puppet show; plus a special Seal and Seabirds Workshop with myself.
For further info on our Community Weekend please click here: https://www.seabird.org/visit/what’s-on/community-weekend/10/23/223
Come along and join us for a parent workshop to help you with your child’s reading. Mrs Ramage and a group of P5 children will show you how we learn to read and how adults can help. You might worry if you are saying or doing the right thing…we bet you are but we can support you. The children love to have parents in school. It will be at11am in Mrs Ramage’s classroom and then you can stay till home time in the dining hall enjoying a cuppa and a chat with other parents.
Next week-it’s reading and phonics for all you P1 and P2 parents, grannies and families. See you Friday 29 Sep at 11am too!
Come along on Friday 8th September at 11am. Mrs Ramage and Mrs Rice are running a fun games workshop for parents and children which will focus on the teaching of number in school and will last for 40 mins, then coffee till pick up time.Children will be helping with the workshop and it is a chance for parents to see the sorts of games and activities that children experience in school to help them gain a better understanding of number. Parents will be able to try the games and there will be opportunities for questions and discover how you can help to support your child to become more confident in maths.
Do we have any budding golfers at Loretto RC? We have been invited by Loretto School to attend a Golf Event. There will be an U9 and an U11 event – you are not required to have a handicap. So if your child plays golf could you please hand their name into the school office. We are required to enter by Friday 8th September. Why not have a go?
Come and meet the LPP on Friday 25th August. Find out who we are, what we do, and have a coffee and friendly chat at the same time!
10.45am-12pm in the dinner hall.
Hope to see you there!
Loretto will hold it Sports Day on Friday 16th June. The children will compete in Houses to earn points for both their House and themselves. These points will be added to the House Points already earned throughout the year. The Winning House and the Sports Champions will be announced at our Celebration of Achievement at the end of term. This year there will be a few changes to our usual format as we plan to have more races. Unfortunately, there will not be time for adult races. The children will be given House badges but can wear House colours if they wish. We are still in need of parent helpers, so if you can help, please give your name to the school office. We still require ten adult helpers. All helpers should meet with Mrs Ramage on the football pitch at 9am on Friday. Thank you for your support.
On a very hot Thursday, almost 20 children from Loretto represented the school at an Athletics Comp @ Meadowmill. Conditions were unusual for an outdoor sports event in Scotland! Not what we are used to. Fortunately, we had come well prepared with caps, sunscreen and water and luckily there was also sunscreen and water provided. Our team did their very best and encouraged each other to run fast, throw far and jump high. It was a great team effort and our relay teams did very well. Loretto managed to be amongst the medal winners. We won both the P6 girls High Jump and the P6 girls 160m. Thanks to Mrs Sellwood who prepared the pupils. The girls will receive their medals at a whole school assembly. Well Done.
The Consultation Report on the Proposed closure and re-designation of Levenhall Nursery School to Pinkie St Peter’s Primary School Nursery Class, is now available on the Consultation Hub.
The report can be accessed on this link, and appears towards the end of the page. It is titled “Levenhall Nursery Consultation Report”.
East Lothian Council will consider this proposal at the meeting on 27 June.
Loretto Family Fun Day on Saturday 10th June at 10am-12pm
Archery, Inflatables, Fire Engine, Outdoor Games, Tombolla, Raffle, Teas/Coffees, Bacon Rolls, Cakes & Ice Lollies and Musical Entertainment 🎼
We need your help! We’re looking for the following and would greatly appreciate all the help we can get 😊
🌼 Parent helpers on the day and on Friday to help set up please 🙏
🌼 Raffle Prizes – Please hand into school this week 🎁
🌼 Tombola Donations – Please hand into school this week 🍾
🌼 Home Baking – Please hand into school on Friday or Saturday morning 🍰🍩🍪