Yesterday, the nursery children went on a minibeast hunt in our local woods. Laura, the Countryside Ranger, helped the children to identify the many creatures that they found hiding under the logs. The children also held a sheet under a tree and shook the tree to discover which minibeasts were living above our heads. We were surprised to find so many creatures living in our woods.
Innerwick PS hosted a fantastic summer fete on Saturday 12 May, organised by the school’s Parent Council. The sun shone all day to reward the hard work of all the parents who had contributed so much. There were a number of stalls, games, inflatables, tombola and, of course, home baking, for everyone to enjoy, and the sunshine ensured that we all had a great time. The school would like to thank all the parents, staff and friends of Innerwick PS who made things run so smoothly, and also all those who attended and contributed to the special vibe on the day. A special thank you goes to Tracy Webster and the core team for such effort and commitment to making the day the success it was.
Please see the link below if you would like more information regarding the Dunbar Summer School 2018 which is an initiative of the Dunbar and East Linton area partnership aimed at children aged between 8 and 15.
P4/5 Had a fantastic time yesterday using the loose parts from the Playpod for imaginative play
It has been a busy week with Miss Lamb starting, Chris coming to start rugby sessions and a visit to Dynamic Earth. See we what have been up to in the photos below.
We welcomed a new member of staff this week. Miss Johnston will be working in P6/7 on a Tuesday until the end of this term.
The omens weren’t good. It started pouring with rain just as we got on the pitch. And despite a sluggish start the boys rallied fantastically well to record a creditable 2 wins out of 5 against a range of bigger schools.
Well done boys. You did Innerwick proud!