Afternoon Group’s morning in the ‘Mud Kitchen’

The Afternoon Group had a lovely morning enjoying, exploring and experimenting with the ‘Mud Kitchen’. The children developed their knowledge of materials as they made chocolate cake and hot chocolate.


Children’s own bikes at nursery

As most of you are aware we no longer have the barriers that were used to create a bike storage area for the nursery. If your child wishes to bring a bike or scooter to nursery they should now be left padlocked in the designated bike storage area that is found in the front playground. This is normal practice for the school and I’m sure you will agree it makes sense to follow this policy. Please remember that bikes and scooters are left at your own risk.

Thank you for your continued support.

We have been learning about Scotland!

We have learned how to say ‘Good Day’ in Gaelic.
We have drawn and painted pictures of the national flower of Scotland, the thistle. We have made Saltires and created different kinds of tartan patterns.

On Monday we had a Burns Supper with two kinds of haggis – traditional and vegetarian – served with neeps and tatties of course! We have also had tattie scones for snack.

In the gym hall we danced to Scottish Country Dance Music. Here is some video of each group being very energetic and enthusiastic!

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The Gruffalo!!!

We have had great fun reading The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo’s Child.  Kathleen very kindly came to read the Scot’s language versions of The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo’s Wean.

The Morning Group made a giant Gruffalo scone, which was delicious!

Both groups have been working together to make a display with the characters of the Gruffalo!

Click here to download some questions that you can ask your child about the story!

Here are some photos of us being busy.  Click in the small information icon in the top left hand corner for captions.





600 Hours of Early Learning and Childcare for 3 & 4 year olds and priority 2 year olds. A chance to have your say.

In August 2014 the Government increased the number of hours of early learning and childcare (previously early education) from 12.5 hours a week to just over 15 hours a week during term time.

East Lothian Council extended the nursery sessions AM and PM to accommodate this change.  We want to hear your views on the additional hours, especially the way in which these changes have impacted on you as a family.

Come along to any one of the sessions below to let us know your views.

Musselburgh Tuesday 20th January  –    6.30pm – 8pm Brunton Hall
North Berwick Thursday 22nd January  –   6.30pm – 8pm North Berwick Community Centre
Haddington Monday 26th January  –    6.30pm – 8pm Corn Exchange Haddington
Tranent Wednesday 28th January –  6.30pm – 8pm Sandersons Wynd Primary School
Prestonpans Tuesday 3rd February  –    6.30pm – 8pm Port Seton Community Centre
Dunbar Monday 9th February  –   6.30pm – 8pm Bleachingfield Centre Dunbar
Musselburgh Thursday  12th February –  6.30pm – 8pm Brunton Hall