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First Aid Fundraising

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.


Whole School Calendar 2017 – selling fast!

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 🙂

Children’s University – **October holiday challenge!**



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!

Sickness Bug

Sickness bug
We aware of your concerns around the recent sickness bug that some pupils and staff are experiencing this week. Please be assured that we are in contact with Health and Safety, ELC and the Health Protection Team, Public Health Lothian. They have reiterated that we all adhere to the guidance that went out in the letter yesterday(see attachment). Extra cleaning has taken place in school and I’ll will remain in contact with both these groups and keep you informed of any additional advice if we receive it.


our class made a picture of walking the john Muir way and painting it nice. Everyone picture looked nice it was bright and light colours we made a gallery off it and our topic is john Muir we went on a trip to john Muir birthplace . it was really fun there at the museam and the birthplace                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    by Kyle and ConnorT


untitledPrimary 6s have been learning about shapes in maths. They have been learning about the diameter of the circle and they have also learned how to accurately draw a circle using a compass.

by Ross and Ethan