Healthy Living Programme

The latest Healthy Living Project programme is now available with a range of free activities for you to enjoy. From singing and jogging to cycling and walking. Contact Changes Community Health Project for more information and booking. Take a look at the Healthy Living Programme Jan to June 2015

Changes Community Health Project

108 Market Street,


East Lothian

EH21 6QA




Healthy Living Programme Jan to June 2015

Local Youth Clubs

There are a number of youth clubs that happen in the area on various evenings for a range of age groups. Please contact the clubs direct for more information.

Whitecraig Community Centre 44a Whitecraig Crescent, Whitecraig, Musselburgh, Midlothian EH21 8NG

  • Juniors Tuesday (P1-P4) 4:45-6:15pm
  • Intermediate Thursday (P5-P7) 6:45-8:15pm
  • Seniors Wednesday (S1-18) 7:00-8:30pm

Musselburgh East Community Learning Centre Haddington Road EH21 (T: 653 4060)

  • Intermediate Youth Club Tuesday (P6-S1) 6:30-8:30pm (28/10/15 -09/12/15)
  • Junior Youth Club Friday (P1-P5) 6:45-8:15pm (24/10/15-12/12/15)

Interesk 37 Bridge Street Musselburgh (T: 0131 665 6965)

  • Youth drop-in Friday 1:00-7:30pm

Wallyford Community Centre Albert Place EH21 8LE (T: 0131 653 2804)

  • Intermediate Youth Club Monday (P6-S1) 7:00-8:30pm
  • Junior Fun Club Wednesday (P1-P5) 6:00-7:30pm
  • Seniors Wednesday (S1-18) 7:00-8:30pm

Space Skate Group Friday nights 6:00-8:30pm £2:00 Bus leaves from Interesk Youth Project. Contact Caroline Davis on 0131 653 4071 for details. Some of the activities will be part of the ‘Passport to Learning’.


P1 Information


This term we are doing a few mini topics, We are learning about poetry on the lead up to Burns day. The children will be writing poems, listening to poems and songs and learning about rhyming words. We will also be starting a topic on Toys. This will encourage the children to learn about forces, movement and direction and technology.

Scottish Topic

As the children are participating in the Burns assembly we would like to invite them to dress up in a Scottish theme on Friday 23rd of January. This could be flags, tartan, kilts/dresses/trousers, props- toys/heather or simply Scottish colours. We hope during Golden Time to celebrate with a Scottish party where we will dance, sing and eat Scottish snacks.


  • Gym is every Tuesday and Wednesday, We are focusing on fitness and team games,
  • Can all children please bring a water bottle every day.
  • Please provide your child with a choice of snack on Mondays and Fridays. Fruit is supplied on Tues, Wed, Thurs.
  • Now that reading books are being sent home it is important that book bags come to school every day.

Important Dates

Fri 23rd Jan- Children will be reciting poems,

Fri 23rd Jan- P1 Children will perform some Scottish songs at the Whole school assembly.

Thurs 29th Jan- Theatre company visit to school- Peter Pan.

Thank you for your continued support. If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to speak to one of us!

Miss Wood and Miss Watson

Tower of Books

Pile of books & House CaptainsPinkie St. Peter’s recently took delivery of a pile of books from The Travelling Book Company that is almost the height of a couple of House Captains! What makes this towering pile of literature even more welcome is the fact that all the books were purchased using the commission earned from sales at recent school book fairs…a total of over £500!!

A big thank you to all children and parents/carers who have bought books at our fairs and a special thank you to parent Catherine Reid who runs our Book Fairs. The next Book Fair will be in March where children will have the added bonus of being able to spend their World Book Day vouchers.

The books are all featured in the Accelerated Reader scheme and feature a fantastic selection of new fiction as well as a range of classic books that are enjoyed by children of all ages! Keep an eye out for the stickers inside the front covers to spot these books.