A trip to East Links for the Morning Nursery class!

We had a great time at East Links. There was so much to do. First we had a walk through the maze; it was pretty tricky finding our way out. We fed the animals, went on the go- karts, had a ride on the train and had fun in the play park. Hope you enjoy these photos!

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We hope you enjoyed the day!

It was great to see the children having so much fun.

We have more photos in the nursery – please ask to see them!


The nursery went to Vogrie.

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The afternoon nursery class had their summer trip to Vogrie today. The weather was fabulous. We walked through the woods, found tadpoles in the pond, played in the park, had parachute games and a treasure hunt…

We were all tired but happy on the bus home. The nursery staff want to thank all the children and their mums and dads for making it such a great day!

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Look out for more photos in the nursery next week.

 

Nursery and P1 buddies

The P1 children enjoyed meeting their buddies from the nursery on Tuesday morning. The children spent some time chatting about favourite animals and pets. Primary 1 then sang a song in French about greeting a friend and the nursery children were delighted to join in. The next time they meet will be at playtime on Wednesday 10th June at the move up day.buddies 001 buddies 002 buddies 003 buddies 004 buddies 005

Author live event

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Primary 1 enjoyed listening to the BBC author live event with Chae Strathie. Chae is a Scottish author who wrote stories such as the Jumblebum, Ping, The Flapdoddles and his latest book is Bedtime for tiny Mouse. The childen enjoyed snuggling up with their cushions and teddies to listen to the stories and songs.

Macmerry P7 pupil wins the Cluster Spelling Bee!

Last week the some of the P6 and P7 primary schools in the Tranent cluster took part in a Spelling Bee competition.  After passing two difficult tests on the 100 most commonly misspelt words in their classes, 19 pupils from the cluster went through to the final.  Here are some photos of our fantastic P7 Macmerry finalists and eventual winner and runner up!  Well done to you all.   The words were really tricky….can you spell silhouette without looking?!

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Parent Involvement Survey

East Lothian Association of Parent Council Members,  would like to share a link to the Parental Involvement Survey which has now been finalised.        They would like to extend  thanks to the parents who have assisted  in compiling this survey.

 
The survey will also  appear on  East Lothian Council’s Consultation Hub;  
https://eastlothianconsultations.co.uk/education/parent-survey, and will be promoted via the Council’s social media sites in order to reach as many parents/carers as possible.
 
Once the results have been collated, they will provide the following information to all Schools and Parent Councils;
 
·         Individual School results
·         Cluster results
·         Authority wide results
 
The deadline for completing the survey is Monday 15th June.

Walk to School Week

Walk to School Week begins next week on Tuesday 19th May until Friday 22nd.

Get involved in Happy Shoesday on Tuesday 19th May. This Walk to School Week, Living Streets are encouraging schools all over the UK to take part in Happy Shoesday. A day dedicated to wearing the shoes that make you the happiest – shiny, decorated, red, cartoon, gorilla feet… whatever brings that smile on the walk to school.

We’re all hoping for a warm, bright Happy Shoesday, so on Tuesday morning, all classes will be invited to join in a school conga around the playground to show off the shoes that make them the happiest. Let’s have fun walking!

We look forward to seeing everyone at either of the two meeting points at 8.30am  to walk to school with family and friends.

Meeting Points: Macmerry Bowling Club Capark or McIntyre Lane

We like to move it, move it!

In Primary 2 we have been learning a jungle dance to the song ‘I like to move it’ from the film Madagascar. We have worked really hard to include lots of different moves. Can you spot all of the different elephants, monkeys, snakes and tigers? We hope you enjoy our dance as much as we enjoy performing it!

Aiming high at Macmerry!