All the children were very excited about starting school and looked very smart in their new uniforms.
It’s always a special time when we say farewell to our primary 7 pupils. We will really miss you all next year (especially Mrs Mercer). Good luck for the future.
Memories of Macmerry on PhotoPeach
P1 have been growing potatoes they enjoyed eating them so did the Teachers.
P1 Potato harvest on PhotoPeach
Due to unforeseen circumstances the Parent Council meeting this Wednesday 18th June has had to be cancelled. We will let you know when the new date is arranged for the meeting.
Macmerry Welcomes the Queen’s Baton on PhotoPeach
Macmerry pupils, parents and staff were absolutely delighted to welcome Clyde, the mascot, and The Queen’s Baton to our school. Having come from Tranent, the baton and Clyde decided to come into school and show all the boys and girls the beautiful baton that is currently making its way around the country. In preparation for this exciting visit, the children made their own batons, designed Clyde masks and coloured different flags from the Commonwealth. We sang songs for Clyde and asked him a range of questions about the Commonwealth Games.
What a great experience that was thoroughly enjoyed by all!
Just a reminder to parents that the informational meeting regarding what is required for setting up an after school club is this Thursday (12th June) at 6:30pm in the school, please feel free to come along.
You can print off / see a copy of the letter send to parents by clicking the link below:
To try and avoid too much disappointment we have decided today, to postpone the Sports Day tomorrow Thursday 5th June. Even if there is a tropical heat wave tomorrow morning, so much water has fallen on our grass it would not be possible to hold the sports. We will hold the Sports Day on Friday 13th June at 9am instead, again weather permitting. If we cannot go ahead that day we will just go for it on the first available day in the school timetable.
Sorry but the weather is against us!
Just to let you know there will be no road crossing patrol for a least 2 weeks. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Robbie Waldron- press officer
May Fayre Fun!
What a great day we had yesterday at the PTA May Fayre. The sun shone and there was lots to see and do, including: a bouncy castle, an assault course, stalls, gator rides and face painting. Thank you to all the bakers, helpers, staff, stall holders, Musselburgh Fire Station, Tranent Community Police and the Territorial Army. You all helped to make it a great day. The money raised helps the school to provide extra resources and activities.
May Fayre 2014 on PhotoPeach
Just a quick but big thank- you to everyone who came along, helped or supported the PTA Fayre today. We were so lucky to have such beautiful day and to see so many people there. Special thanks to the PTA for organising such a great day. Lots of fun and a super figure raised of £ 750.