After the half term break P 6/7 returned to school focused, enthused and ready to showcase their learning and talents at the Scots Assembly.
Lucy, Phoebe & Ruby (P7) ‘We really enjoyed the Scots Assembly because P 6/7 sang not 1 not 2 but 3 songs! Our favourite was I’m on my way because the P7 girls made up an incredible dance routine to go with it which everyone loved!’ Health & Wellbeing
Visit to The Risk Factory
This unique interactive safety experience exposed the children to a range of everyday risks in a safe environment and aimed to teach them how to deal with or avoid risks altogether. Everyone throughly enjoyed learning actively through a wide variety of real life scenarios helping to develop pro-active citizenship amongst P6/7.
A massive well done to Tom for his creative wizardry with the snow that blanketed East Lothian…
Lucy (P7) “This week I enjoyed going to the Youth Summit at the Brunton Theatre because me and Angus represented Dirleton Primary School. This felt special we will be talking about it in assembly on Monday!” Health & Wellbeing
The idea was to spark on-going conversations that generate ‘Ideas for Change, and Ideas for Action’ that East Lothian can pledge on.
World book day was postponed due to the recent snow but was rescheduled and participated with whole heartedly by all…
...and finally a big well done to the P7 ‘Rotary Quiz Team’ of Angus, Sam, Ruby and Hannah, you did us all proud!