Our Nursery pupils have been busy today making Pudsey Bear biscuits in preparation for Children in Need 2010 which is taking place, tomorrow, 19th November 2010.
Our Nursery Class recently enjoyed a visit from David Norris, Community Firefighter for Lothian & Borders Fire Service.
David spoke to the children about fire safety and then let them all try on his fireman’s uniform.
A fun packed morning was had by all!
We are learning about Harvest in the Nursery.
All of the children from our Nursery Class up to the P7 pupils at Innerwick Primary School were very much looking forward to the visit from Gladys Chucklebutty who was coming to school to entertain them all at the end of the Christmas Term!
Gladys visited the school on Tuesday 9th December and promised Magic * Comedy * Ventriloquism * Puppets * Games * Prizes * And Lots Of FUN FUN FUN ! * ….and she certainly delivered all of these!
Her show was chaotic, crazy, interactive and fun packed…. all of which was perfect for the children… and the staff who were there!!
Further information regarding Gladys can be found at her website www.chucklebutty.co.uk
Innerwick Primary School is one of the schools within the East Lothian area who are taking part in the Yellow Woods Challenge.
This is an environmental competition run by Yellow Pages, working with the Woodland Trust and our local council.
The aim is to recycle the highest number of old Yellow Pages directories per pupil and win cash prizes for our school. And for every pound Yellow Pages awards to schools, they give a matching pound to the Woodland Trust.
Thank you for your co-operation.
The school recently received a donation for taking part in an Engineering Challenge and it was agreed that some of this would be used to purchase some small trees and shrubs for planting in the vast school garden.
One tree was purchased for each child and they all spent a cold, wintry Friday morning having fun digging holes in the muddy garden and planting their plants!
The garden is starting to look fantastic now and we are all looking forward to the trees and shrubs blossoming and flowering in the months and years to come.
December will be a busy month for our Nursery Children, and we thought that you might like to know what is planned for them!
Here is a list of dates for your diary; –
9th December 2008 – Gladys Chucklebutty is coming into school to do a performance for all of the children throughout the school. This will take place from 10.30am – 11.30am
11th December 2008 – The Nursery pupils will watch the Morning Dress Rehearsal Performance of the School Christmas Concert – A Christmas Presence at 10.00am
16th December 2008 – We will be holding a Nursery Coffee Morning and Art Exhibition, where you will have the opportunity to purchase pieces of artwork and crafts that your child has made. Any money raised will be used towards the purchase of a climbing frame for the Nursery Garden. Please come along and support your budding Picassos.
18th December 2008 – The Nursery pupils will have their Christmas Party. Children should wear their party outfits.
19th December 2008 – The whole school, including the Nursery Class will go along to the Christmas Service at the church. This will be held at 11.00am.
We hope that you have a great Christmas and look forward to seeing you on Monday 5th January 2009 when both the School and Nursery resume.
We would like to welcome back the pupils and staff who were at Innerwick Primary School last term.
We would like to welcome to our school the new P1 pupils who have just started their first days with us and also our new Nursery children. We hope that your school days are packed full of fun and enjoyment!
We also welcome Mrs McAvoy to our staff, who joins us as our Administrative Assistant.