Early Years Bake Sale for Children in Need

Children, staff and parents collaborated and cooperated together to bake, make and purchase muffins and popcorn, to raise funds for Children in Need. There had been baking sessions in the early years setting during the week, supported by parent helpers. Freshly baked muffins were brought in by some parents and staff. The children worked hard in their shop keeper roles on the bake stall and took this task very seriously, embracing being part of the wider school community. In total 148 muffins and 33 bags of popcorn were sold, and a grand total of £104.73 was made. Thank you so much for all the help, extra baking and purchasing.

Innerwick and Stenton have a morning to remember

Innerwick and Stenton partnership schools came together today to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. Pupils from both schools presented aspects of their learning, including, literacy, artwork, drama, social studies and music; demonstrating an understanding of and sensitivity to the sacrifices made by previous generations, and an appreciation of the need for peace and reconciliation in our world. Families and friends of both communities joined to share this event, and enjoyed the opportunity to socialise afterwards. Much thanks goes to Rev. David Smith for hosting at Stenton parish church, as well as Rev. Suzie  Fletcher for her contribution. In particular, I’d like to express my pride and thanks to all the children and staff across both schools for their hard work in making this such a special occasion.

The Justice League!

Innerwick Primary have started working towards our bronze award of the Rights Respecting Schools program. We are calling our group of P3-7 pupils the Justice League, as we aim to fight for justice for all the children in our school, hoping to make every child aware of their rights.  We’ll try to keep you updated on everything we’re doing throughout the school year.

A rural idyll in East Lothian!