Book Fair starts on the 19th of March. When you go to the book fair with your class you will get a order slip for mum and dad to sign. The book fair helps us raise money for the school to have more books. You can pay by cheque made out to East Lothian Council. The book fair will be open for parents in the nurture room between 3.15-3.45 every day (Tuesday – Thursday) and also on the parent’s evenings.
Book fair starts on the 19th of March. When your class visits the book fair you will get at order slip to take home. Get your mum or dad to fill in the order form by signing it and bringing it back to school along with a sealed envelope of money with your class and name on it . Or if you prefer you can pay by cheque. Book fair will be open in the Nurture Room between 3.15-3.45 everyday (Tuesday to Thursday). Book fair is helping us raise money to by new books for our school library.
Book Fair starts on the 19th of march. We are hoping to raise some money for books in the library and get some new and exciting stories. Book fair will be open in the Nurture Room between 3.15-3.45 every day (Tuesday-Thursday).
Sports Relief will be happening on Friday the 23rd of March 2018.
Please come to school in bright sports clothes (no football strips allowed!)
You can make a donation if you want to.
In the morning there will be lots of fun sporty activities and games to enjoy the morning.
We will be celebrating Earth Day on Friday the 23rd of March. For Earth Day we would like to try and be more environmentally friendly. We will be having a no power hour by turning off all lights in the school, we realised this would make the school quite dark, so to solve this we decided to let you wear brightly coloured sports clothing as this will tie in nicely with Sports Relief. We will also be having an ECO assembly held by the Eco action team. This will be from 9:00 in the assembly hall.
Yesterday we had Wild About Scotland in with us. We really enjoyed ourselves and learned a lot about the Wild Animals of Scotland and how animals become endangered across the world. They brought some really cool artifacts in with them that we got to hold!
“I thought the workshops were really fun because I got to learn about animals. I love learning about animals” – Charlie H, P5B
“I enjoyed what animals in Scotland went extinct, like the Lynx, Brown Bear and a Wolf” – Logan, P5B
“I really enjoyed finding out about new animals, I really liked how we got to touch different artifacts like a snake skin, a squirrel hide, beaver hide and a fox skin!” – Eilidh P5B
Have a look at some of the pictures we took to show our learning…
P5B had a fantastic experience this morning learning how to play golf and tennis.
P5B Tennis and Golf on PhotoPeach
P5B Learning to Play Golf and Tennis on PhotoPeach
On Wednesday the 10th of May Emma Munro and Aimee Gaffney from P6 went to PL to compete in the little and large cooking competition.
They cooked mini pizzas and made mini raspberry cheesecakes.
They were up against Prestonpans primary, St Gabriels primary and Longniddry primary school
Next week on the 25th of May they are going to Musselburgh to compete against all the other clusters in East Lothain .
When Matthew Howie the manager of the Co-op heard about the adverts we had made he wanted us to let him use them for the Co-op’s open day in April.
We were so excited that we decided to make five new adverts just about the Co-op. On a Monday we made posters to be displayed in the shop. On the Tuesday we wrote our scripts and rehearsed our lines and then on Wednesday we filmed all five adverts in one day.
Today was cleaning day in the Quiet Garden. The Outdoor Learning Action Team, the Gardening Action Team, parent volunteers and Mrs MacKinnon were all doing their bit to make the garden a lovely place for us to socialise, enjoy the sun and have lunch.
WELL DONE EVERYONE! 🙂
The Quiet Garden Clean-up on PhotoPeach