Walk, Talk, Make on Saturday 18th May, click below for details:
Primary 4 came together to play some maths games last term.
Maths Games in Primary 4 on PhotoPeach
All East Lothian Council schools, nurseries & specialist education provision will remain CLOSED to pupils on Friday, 2 March, due to adverse weather.
See this news story on the East Lothian Council web site for more disruption info.
Our whole school calendar photo-shoot (photographs by Alexandra Hill) is happening on Monday.
Please all come to school dressed ready to go! Remember the weather, so feel free to bring school uniform to change into after.
Birthday month themes:
January – Burns, tartan, Scottish flag
February – Valentine’s – love hearts, pink/red etc.
March – St Patrick’s Day – Green, Irish flag colours, 4 leaf clovers etc.
April – Commonwealth Games – sporting wear, country flag colours etc.
May – Gala Day – fishermen, crowns/robes, dresses etc.
June – Wimbledon – white, shorts/t-shirts, tennis theme
July – World Cup – International football colours/strips
August – Festival – bright colours, music/drama theme etc.
September – Harvest – autumn colours, farmer style clothes, overalls
October – Halloween – no scary masks please
November – Poppy/Remembrance – red/black, poppies
December – Christmas
Remember, please spend no money on an outfit
Libraries are introducing a new project working with young children and their families around digital participation. Attached is some information for you and would like to invite you to our launch in the George Johnstone Centre, Tranent at noon on Friday 17th March.
We are currently fundraising for a cabinet to store our defibrillator so it can be safely stored on the outside of the building. Watch this space for our article in the East Lothian Courier. If you would like to help please let us know.
Calendars are selling thick and fast with many orders already being processed this week. More calendars are available so please do get those orders in!
They make an excellent Christmas present or gift for family and friends – and at £5 a pop make an lovely festive bargain!
If you no longer have your pink order form – please send in the correct amount (cash or cheque) in an envelope with your child’s name and class marked clearly on the front.
Thank you 🙂
Calling all Children’s University learners….
Friday 11th of November – ‘Prepare for Antarctica’ – an exciting event from Queen Margaret University. See the flyer attached for more details. Remember to sign up – email Hayley and let her know you will be attending.
Earn learning credits on your CU passport by completing activities from an exciting new Children’s University October Holiday Challenge.
There is a challenge menu to choose activities from. Show your teacher or Mr Stitt evidence of your completed work after the holidays to earn credit on your passport. Enjoy…and have fun!