We are sharing our learning and reporting to parents Tuesday 8th October and Thursday 10th October. Parents are invited into classes 9.15am till 10.20am. You will be able to see the children working on their numeracy and explaining it to you. Teas and coffees are being served in the dining hall from the morning bell-to let us register the children. Please stay and see how well your child is progressing in numeracy. Don’t worry if you did not send back the slip-just come along. We love having you.
As you know, today we had a problem with our heating in parts of the building and the children were accommodated in the school gym hall or with our friends and neighbours at the Burgh Primary School.
Engineers have visited and specialist cleaning and testing has taken place. The problem is resolved and we have been assured there is not, nor was, any risk to staff or pupils. We are grateful to our colleagues across East Lothian for the swift support to ensure our comfort and safety and to our school staff for ensuring the children have also had a day of learning.
School and nursery will be OPEN as normal tomorrow Thursday 19th September.
Many thanks for your patience and support.
Well done boys and girls!
Margaret Anne McBean
Well done to all of the children who have been working hard in P7T! I can’t believe that it is already the September holiday!
We started off by learning about the Bermuda Triangle, our pupil choice topic. This was very engaging for all of the children who used their detective skills to find out and to propose some theories. Some children were quite active in their imaginations. It was wonderful to read the stories that all of the children wrote.
We have now moved on to investigating myths. We are learning about the different civilisations that created these myths. In the next few weeks, we will be writing our own myth and sharing this learning with other.
We have had some school trips including one to the Book Festival and one to the lagoons. We enjoyed these immensely and look forward to more trips.
All of the children have their google accounts and have an invite to google classroom. I look forward to seeing some posts on the site!
We are excited to see all the boys and girls back to school on
Wednesday 14th August. All school classes begin at 8.50am.
We are excited for the boys and girl to see their new classes.
A huge thanks to our colleagues in East Lothian Council for the tremendous refurbishment works in most of the school over the summer. It looks brilliant and will provide an enhanced teaching and learning environment .
Nursery pupils we will see you at 8.30am-waow you are in for a lovely surprise when you see our new nursery!
A big thank you to everyone for your help all year in making Loretto a happy, caring ‘God’s family’ school where we all learn and achieve !
Congratulations and well done to a wonderful P7 as you set off to secondary school.
To all parents and families , thank you for kindness to the staff and myself.
Have a lovely summer holiday. Stay safe and have fun.
We look forwards to welcoming all pupils back to school on Wednesday 14th August at 8.50am. New P1s start at this time too and stay a full day from the very first day.
Congratulations to Vanessa in P6E the winner of our 2019 Parish Picnic poster competition! ???
Please come along to Musselburgh Beach from 1pm on Sunday to support this wonderful Loretto Community event. ??
We have Di Rollo’s ice cream for everyone! ???
Check these out for low cost fun for kids and families over the holidays!
If you, your employer, family or friends can donate a Raffle Prize for our Summer Family Disco on Friday night then please pop something into the school office this week. Gift Vouchers, bottles, chocolates etc. All would be very much appreciated!
Don’t forget to pick up your free tickets from the school office this week. ???????
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.
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.