WALK TO SCHOOL WEEK MONDAY 13th May

Better weather, bright mornings and walking to school is here again! School bus people , you are already being eco friendly by all coming to school safely on ONE bus! Well done. For everyone else living in Musselburgh-make a big effort and Walk to School. It’s better for the environment and for our own kids establishing healthy life habits. This reduces traffic around the school. We know children are very concerned about the climate and damage to our planet.

If it’s just too far-please consider walking some of the way! Each class will have a chart and stickers to recognise the effort.

For parents -take a look at this website for ideas and information for you as a family.

https://www.livingstreets.org.uk/walk-to-school/parents

Police message

In response to enquiries or concerns from a few parents regarding police activity near the school yesterday 21.3.19  please be reassured by this official message received from Police this afternoon.

Police Scotland conducted enquiries into this alleged report and it was found that no crime had been committed whatsoever. Please be assured that, if there had been any such incident, we would have released information about it and provided relevant safety advice.

Many thanks for your concern.

Parental Survey-help us to work together for your child and our school

Please help us evaluate East Lothian Council’s Parental Engagement Strategy and at the same time help us to work together for your child and our school.

Feedback is always helpful to plan how we can work together as partners in your child’s learning. We are committed to doing our best so please take a moment and let us know by filling in the following survey.

http://links.edubuzz.org/pestrategysurveyforparents

Thank you and look forward to seeing you at the Art Exhibition on Friday 8th February.

Musselburgh Participatory Budgeting Your Voice Your Choice 2

This initiative provides the communities of Musselburgh, Old Craighall, Wallyford and Whitecraig the opportunity to put forward projects for funding which they feel would have an impact on POVERTY and REDUCING INEQUALITIES in the community.

To help the community understand exactly what Participatory Budgeting (PB) is we would like to share this short film.

The following link will take you directly to the Musselburgh Area partnership home page where you can view the film, the application process and the guidance.

https://www.eastlothian.gov.uk/musselburghap

Thank You Letters FRIDAY 11th Jan 11am

We will be writing thank you letters in classes on Friday morning from 11am. Parents are invited to join us in class and help their child write a real letter for a real purpose.

As usual there will be help yourself tea and coffee in the dining hall for parents too until pick up time on a Family Friday.

Christmas Wishes

On behalf of myself and all the school staff team, may I wish you all a very happy, peaceful and blessed Christmas.

Many thanks to our wonderful children for making Christmas so special with their enthusiasm and especially their singing and performances.

A word of thanks to the LPP and all parents who have helped in school over the festive period. This was super and really adds to the family feel in Loretto.

Many thanks too for all your cards, wishes and kindness the staff and me.

Happy Christmas

Joyeux Noel

Buon Natale

Wesołych Świąt

Весела Коледа

 

Mrs McBean

Donations THANK YOU

Many thanks to you all. Our Christmas Jumper Day and donations at the Infant Nativity raised £281.19 for Save the Children. Thank you to the Pupil Council and P7 Charities and Events managers for deciding and organising this year’s Christmas charity. And to everyone for their donations.

We were also delighted to receive lots and lots and lots of food bags for our local Food Bank . P7 team gathered these up and organised for these to be collected and sent for distribution to local families who might need them this Christmas.

You are very kind and generous. A heartfelt thank you.

Want to learn or improve your English?

Coming Soon!        Want to learn or improve your English?

 

Free lessons for adults at  Loretto

Sign up in January-we will send a note home too.

Drop off the kids-come in and learn-coffee and tea.

Starting Tuesday 15 January 9am.

If you would like more info please contact

Andy Stuckey 01620 827221 or astuckey@eastlothian.gov.uk

or Paulina Pietrzak Mrs Donohoe or Mrs McBean in school