Category Archives: Parents

Flu Vaccination Programme

Consent forms and information packs have been issued today for the flu vaccination, which is scheduled to take place on Monday 16th November.

Please return your form by September 4th. There are still some forms to be issued and we have taken the names of anyone who did not get one today, so if your child has not brought one home, one will follow in the next couple of weeks.

Any enquiries should be directed to the NHS school Health team on 0131 446 4082. Further information and guidance can be found by following the links below.

Law PS Flu Vaccination Clinic information

Parent / carer FAQs:

Consent Form Guidance:





P6 VE Day party-

This afternoon our P6 classes welcomed their parents, grandparents and friends to a celebration and sharing of their learning about World War 2. All the children and many of the guests were dressed in period costume and took part in a range of activities including code breaking, darning, first aid and learning from our local Rotary Club about genuine WW2 artefacts. Each class took part in jive dancing workshops and had a chance to sample some war time rations. Thanks to all the staff for their hard work in putting together such a fantastic event.

Fun Friday 27th February 2015

Project Play are organising ‘Fun Fridays’ each month to enable us to improve our playgrounds – build shelter, create seating and create opportunities for fun play.  The next is Friday 27th February

There will be a Cake Sale in the P2/3 playground, with home baking provided by the P1’s from 12.10pm


Film afternoon – The Iron Giant

1.30-3.30pm – £3 per child including snack. Places limited so please book by taking your money to reception. Parent volunteers needed – please contact a member of the Project Play team

The children will also be taking part in fun ‘Outdoor Playtimes’ on Fun Fridays so please ensure they’re wrapped up well.

If you are a family who supports a child with Autism, Steps Family Pathway Project can help to support you.

Click this link for more details:  Family Project flyer:

Steps Family Pathway Project

If you are a family who supports a child with Autism, Steps Family Pathway Project can help to support you. They are able to offer a variety of FREE workshops and drop in sessions to families in East Lothian, throughout March in Musselburgh East Community Learning Centre, Haddington Road, Musselburgh

FREE Parent Workshops, Drop in and sibling support.

To reserve a place, e mail us on

Or telephone Caroline 07727 190520 or Kirsten 07706 615745


Church Services

The church service for P5 & P6 is at 1pm today in The Abbey Church and the service for P3 and P4 is at 1.45pm in St Andrew Blackadder. Parents are very welcome at both services. The first service will finish in time for you to cross the road to the second service if you have children in both. If you want still more Christmas, come and hear P5,6 and 7 singing carols in the back playground at 2.45pm!

Planet Play Celebration

Project Play, the team behind Planet Play (the P1 Outdoor Playground/Classroom) share their journey with you……..

Children across the school have celebrated the journey too through assemblies.  The journey isn’t complete and this year we are building on the success by adding items into Planet Play.  Project Play start a new chapter with the revamp of P2/3 Playground.

Cake Sale


Cake Sale

Thursday 19th June 2014   2.30-3.45pm

There will be a cake sale on Thursday 19th June 2.30-3.45pm in the P1 playground to raise funds for Project Play to help create even more imaginative play spaces.  This will be a fantastic opportunity for the wider parent body to see the revamped P1 playground and pick up delicious home baking. Entry and exit for this event is through the P3 doors. Children can bring money in and buy cakes on this day, either after the school alone or with an adult who usually does pick up.

P1 parents will have an opportunity to do this directly after the Book ceremony already planned for Thursday 19thy June. If any P1 parents would like to contribute baking please send your items individually wrapped with your child on the Thursday morning.

If it is wet, the cake sale will still go ahead and we sell cakes from Heathers Hut in the P1 playground.

Project Play and the P1 Team

Supporting Literacy at Home

What is literacy?

Image of a book with pictures appearing to rise out from the pages

Literacy is about learning to read and write accurately, being able to listen carefully and talk clearly about ideas.

These skills will enable young people to participate fully in their learning now and later on in a work environment.

How can you help?

Parents play a crucial role in helping to develop literacy skills from an early age. You can encourage your child to explore literacy outdoors and at home.

There are many opportunities in everyday routines to practise and apply literacy skills in real and meaningful ways e.g. reading to your child every day, learning nursery rhymes together and pointing out signs in the local community.

You can also encourage your child to talk about their thoughts and ideas, and about how they are feeling.

Here is a link to ‘Education Scotland’ website. It has great advice and video clips to support parents with literacy at home, they suitable for different age groups.,0,0,0,0&dm_i=LQE,2I2X1,CGG981,940E7,1