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Choices for Life

Choices for Life is a pop concert based on learning about drugs and alchohol, which was held at the Royal Highland Show Grounds.  The P7s really enjoyed listening to all the singing and pop groups performing live. Some of the groups that performed were Pace theatre group, girls can’t catch, Stevie Hoang & Bandito.Hip Parade also performed. We hope that choices for life will continue for all to see.

by Hannah Green & Claire Aitchison.

Festival Cafe Donations

As you will no doubt be aware the annual P.T.A festival cafe is once again looming. The P.T.A are looking for donations of home baking for the cafe. If you are able to donate some baking it should be handed in to the school office or directly to the Corn Exchange on the morning of the 31st of May.

Many thanks

P.T.A and Miss Swanston

Robokid P6

This term in P6 we have been taking part in the Robokid project. Robokid is a little robot. The robots, supplied by Heriot Watt University, come ready built apart from the pen holder and the motors. We assembled the robot, plugged in the controller, and found out which switch position on the controller did what. We constructed covers for our robots out of paper and other materials (E.G. PVA Glue) Lately we’ve been racing our robots. The Robokid project has been very fun so far, so watch this space for updates

Here is Robokid:By Isaac Smith P6B

School Uniform Sale

Caroline Green from King’s Meadow P.T.A will be selling nearly new school uniform at Haddington Infant School this Saturday (8th May) from 10-12pm for those of you who wish to get a head start and buy school uniform for next session. The proceeds from this sale will help towards raising money for KMPS.

Hope to see you there.

Internet Safety

In p5 we have been learning about internet  safety on kid smart. It will tell you how to stay safe on the internet like in chat rooms.  If some one said where do you live don’t answer or give personal details to them.  It can be really dangerous if you are not sensible so be safe!

By Louise and Timmy