Following the very positive feedback from our recent Education Scotland Inspection (https://education.gov.scot/inspection-reports/east-lothian/5553725), we are very proud to have welcomed Minister for Early Learning & Childcare (Ms Marie Todd) who visited our setting to meet the Early Years Team who recently were recognised as a setting of ‘Innovation and Impact’. We have tweeted a number of photographs and information about this recent success. The latest good news story for our small, but very ambitious learning community, is the further recognition of our school as model of ‘highly effective practice’, and a special ‘sketchnote’ published on the Education Scotland website: https://education.gov.scot/improvement/practice-exemplars/sketchnote-innerwick
We are very proud of the hard work and commitment from the staff team, which leads to excellent experiences for our young people enjoy. It is always nice to be recognised for one’s efforts, and the whole team would like to thank our community for being such an engaged and positive partner over the past few months. We take the view that it is always possible to improve and develop, and look forward to enjoying even more progress and success in the years to come.
We are very thankful to the parents who joined us for the Curriculum Evening in week 2 of the term. It was lovely to be able to meet and talk with you, and also to share some of our priorities and ambitions for the year.
The staff team hope that you enjoyed the experience, and judging from the feedback provided, you found it all worthwhile. We really want the community to be active partners in the learning and development which takes place at Innerwick PS, and look forward to working closely with you over the rest of the year. On the matter of school priorities, please remember that our current School Improvement Plan can be found on the school website,
Please follow the link below to review the draft school improvement plan (SIP) for next session. If you have any comments, we would be pleased to have these either by email, phone or pop into school to speak with Mr Taylor.
On Friday, Primary 6/7 royally entertained their parents and friends with a fantastic assembly based around the language work they had completed over the previous term. They showed they could be both informative and entertaining.
Brilliant performance from all of them. Clearly there are more than a few budding actors and actresses in the class. So proud of them!
Another busy STEM session at our after school club!
We used KAPLA to make all kinds of structures – from a spider to a house! We also worked in small teams to design a bridge to get three figures safely over the water without falling in! We could only use paper, cardboard, sticky tape and string…
Supporting young people to grow in a vibrant and inclusive learning community