Community Coffee Morning – Friday 10th September 2010

Like us we are sure you have heard and seen all about the terrible disaster affecting the people of Pakistan. At our first Pupil Council meeting last week we decided to organise a coffee morning to raise money for the Appeal. So, we are holding a coffee morning on Friday 10th September 2010 from 10-11.30am in our school hall and we hope as many people as possible will come to it.There will be cake and candy and a chance for people to have a cup of coffee and a chat. You can help us by coming, baking for the event or if you have any garden produce you can donate please bring it with you.

We would like to raise lots of money and hope to see you next week.

Thank you.

Members of the Pupil Council.

June 2010 Newsletter

 Summer library activities.

Haddington – AA Flyer1

 

The P7 activity afternoon and barbecue planned for Wednesday 23rd June has been postponed until next week due to the absence of Mr Devereux.

 

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Sports Day has been cancelled on Thursday 10th June and is rescheduled for Thursday 24th June. If you have ordered  an adult lunch this will be carried forward to the 24th.

June 2010 newsletter

 Here is a copy of the new menu.

PS Menu 10111 

Sports

We have been taking part in a whole lot of sports over the last few weeks. Here is a snapshot!!

 

Our Hockey team at the Regional Hockey Finals in Penicuik.      P4 and 5 Rugby Festival at Bleachfield.

 

On Tuesday 25th May our P7 hockey team travelled to Penicuik for the Scottish Schools Regional Hockey Championship.  Our team played very well and came fourth in the competition.  Well done, team!

This term P4 and 5 have been learning how to play  touch rugby. Our teacher is called Fergus and he comes from South Africa. To start with we played Sharks  and Fishes and then we moved on to tag rugby. This week we played in a Festival with all our P4 and 5 pupils.

Ewan

On Wednesdays our P4 pupils go to Haddington to learn how to swim. Our swimming teacher is called  Mrs Anderson and she sometimes puts  things in the water with numbers on them. We have to get as many as we can and add up our scores. The person with the highest number is  the winner.

I really like swimming. It is a lot of fun.

Chloe

 

 

 Shell  Science workshop

On Wednesday 26th May P3 pupils had a visit from Pat who works for Shell Education . We were making a band roller. To start with we looked at a wind up clock motor and then we looked at a few power storing toys. We were given 2 discs, 4 pieces of wood, an elastic  band or two, a bead, a washer and two different  lengths of rod. Angus D was the  first one to find out how it worked. You could use it as a helicopter,car, carousel  and Finlay H made it go in the motion of a hula hoop.

 

 

 

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