On Wednesday 20th September we are having curricular and social evening for all our Nursery Parents.
Parents are welcome to go to their child’s room for 6.30pm for a look around
A presentation will follow on Learning through Play and Numeracy in the main hall.
STAY AND PLAY
There will also be a Stay and Play session in the Woodlands and Harbour rooms on Friday 22nd September from 8.30 till 9.30 . All parents with children in these rooms are welcome to attend.
Haven and Seashore parents will have a Stay and Play session on Friday 6th of October from 8.30 till 9.30.
These events are ion the school Calendar.
National survey on the expansion of free early learning and childcare in Scotland
As you’ll be aware the Scottish Government is planning to nearly double the hours of free early learning and childcare by 2020. Because the views of parents and carers are crucial for the success of this expansion, the Government has commissioned independent researchers to undertake a survey of parents. The survey link is here. We encourage as many parents to contribute to this Survey Dunbar Primary School has one of the biggest Nursery Provisions in Scotland and it is vital that your views are gathered for the Dunbar Community the implementation in 2020.
All parents taking part will have the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw and have the chance to win one of 10 x GBP100 cash prizes.
The survey is carried out for the Scottish Government by Craigforth, an independent research company. If you have any questions about this survey please send a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can download the Scottish Government Blueprint for 2020 here .Blueprint for 2020
Nursery pupils joined P1 – P3 for the Harvest Assembly today.
Take a look at Daisy the scarecrow below! It was made by Woodlands & Haven nursery rooms. Two girls from the Eco Group are shown putting her in place for the assembly.
Thank you for your kind food donations so far. Another Harvest Assembly will take place on Friday 31st October at Lochend Campus. If you would like to donate an item of food to the Dunbar Basic Bank, please send it in with your child to either campus this week.
We have listed below some of the foods that are in high demand, although any donation of dried or tinned food will be greatly received:
Tinned vegetables, tinned potatoes, biscuits, breakfast cereals and tinned meats.
Pupils in the nursery were excited this week to discover that they will be getting their very own chicken coop this year. Funding has come from Education Scotland and with the support of Sustaining Dunbar we will be able to build a new coop where the old lighthouse room once was.