The tickets for the school performances of Manger Mouse are now available from the office.
There will be two performances;-
Tuesday 14th December at 1.30pm
Wednesday 15th December at 6.30pm
There will also be a dress rehearsal on Monday 13th December at 9.30am, if anybody is unable to make the other two performances.
Tickets for the 2 main performances cost £3.00 each for an adult and £1.50 each for a child. Refreshments are included within the price of the ticket.
The school Christmas Fair will take place after the evening performance on Wednesday 15th December. The children have been busy making craft items which will be available to buy on the evening.
Moya Anderson has also offered to make christmas wreaths which will be available to buy for £10.00 each. If anybody would like to order a wreath, please let Tina know in the school office and she will pass this onto Moya.
If anybody has any raffle prizes that they would like to hand in, please send them into the school office on Monday.
Whilst the pupils are unable to get to school because of the snow, Mrs Baxter has asked, if it would be possible for the pupils from P6/7 to look at favourite recipes at home to bring in and share them with the class. This is as part of the school topic on Food.
Also, because the P6/7 pupils are looking at weight in Maths, could they please pay attention to weights and measurements in their recipes and what they would need to do if they wanted to prepare their recipe for a class of 14 (multiply/divide etc).
Your assistance with this would be appreciated and we look forward to finding out about everybody’s favourite recipes when school re-opens.
The pupils of Innerwick Primary School held story telling sessions in school on 29th October as part of Tell-A-Story Day.
Tell – A – Story – Day is a national celebration of storytelling all over Scotland and people were making, sharing and listening to stories in schools, libraries, community centres, churches, hospitals and some more unusual places.
The children of Innerwick invited parents/grandparents/friends/relatives and members of the community into school to either tell stories or to come and listen to the stories that were being told.
We are very grateful to those who came to tell stories and as you will see from the pictures, the pupils of Innerwick really enjoyed listening to them!
Innerwick P5-P7 took part in “The Lothian Games” at QMU on 14th October, a joint venture between East Lothian and Midlothian councils. A number of primary schools took part, each with their dance routine based on a sport. Innerwick’s sport was hockey. Over 6 weeks with Dance Specialist, Beth Noble, they created and rehearsed a routine to perform on the day in front of an audience of parents and other participating schools. Well done – it was a great experience!
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