On Friday 16th November the pupils and staff of Aberlady Primary school dressed up and held a march for Pudsey for children in need. The pupils, staff, and the people of Aberlady raised Â£510.The March took at least 30 mins.
Three years ago there was a trimtrail made in Aberlady Primary School playground .After a couple of years the children decided to expand the trimtrail by adding monkey bars.It arrived during the October break.The children queue up all break for a few shots on their spectacular monkey bars.
The Funky Monkeys are Aberlady Primary School’s playground patrol. The P7’s help supervise the playground and they play games with the younger children. They play some old favourites like ‘ What’s The Time Mr Wolf ? ‘ and some new games such as Heros and Wizard. The children really enjoy the games but as well as being fun they teach the children number skills, they cooperate better and behavour in the playground has improved.
By Jonathan A, Sam F, Zak J
Two pupils from primary 7 were responsible for looking after the assembly by introducing each class.Primary 7 were welcomed to the front of the hall.Five girls did a play called” Miss Curran’s welcome Cake”.The rest of the class did a welcome rap for Miss Curran(new head teacher),which had been made up in primary 7.
P6 have been learning about World War II.They sang an old war children’s song called RUN RABBIT RUN.It took about 2 minutes to perform.And they used claves and woodblocks to make the sounds of the farmers gun.