This event takes place at Foxlake on Saturday 25th January. The following link takes you to a poster that provides further details. TEL XC 2020
The following link takes you to the latest edition of our newsletter. As you can imagine, at this time of the year there are lots of things happening and dates for your diary. Dec 2019-Jan 2020
The Christmas Lunch menu is available here and should be pre ordered in your child’s schoolpay account by no later than Monday 2 December 2019.
Payment (£2.05) for the Christmas Lunch should also be made online (P4-7 children only).
Please note that P1-3 lunches MUST still be ordered by 2nd December too.
The following link may give you some ideas for activities in which your child/ren could take part in the October break. Venturing Out October Holiday Activities
Welcome to a new session at Gullane Primary. We are already in the swing of things, as you can read in our newsletter. As you will see, we are making changes to how we report to parents by moving to Learning Conversations, which involve you and your child. More information will come out nearer the first meetings in October. September 2019
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Saturday’s getting closer and the weather forecast’s looking great for the summer fair. We will have burgers and Pimm’s and baking and bouncy castles and games and face painting and all sorts of fun for all the family.
However, we are still a bit short of volunteers. If you could offer an hour and a half (11-12.30 or 12.30-2) to help on one of our stalls, we would be very grateful (especially if you’re a face painter!!). Get in touch by DM on Facebook or at email@example.com.
A while ago P4 were learning about science . The first thing they did was they went outside with a big bottle of fizzy juice ( diet coke ) then they got a breath mint and dropped it in .
Then the coke exploded! This happened because the ingredients in the breath mint and coke did not mix , so instead they caused an explosion .
Everyone really enjoyed the explosion.
No one thought the mentos would dissolve in the coke but they noticed they did.
Jessica didn’t expect the explosion to go as high as 1 metre and a bit more from the mentos being put in the coke and Millie thought the same thing.
It looked like they all had a lot of fun!!
By Simra, Angus & Oli
Reporters from P5/6
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.