Just a reminder that Parent/Teacher meetings are this Tuesday and Wednesday.
Primary 3 and 4 took advantage of the dry spell this afternoon to plant up their area planter. Thanks to jannie Peter for building them and thanks go to Eddie the school janitor for helping to wheelbarrow round some of the compost.
The school playground looks very colourful already.
The Parent Council are organising the School Fayre which will be held at the school on Saturday 25th September 2010 from 2pm to 4pm. We are looking for lots of volunteers to assist us in ensuring that this event is a success.
We wonder whether you can donate some time to assist with setting up on the Friday afternoon, manning a stall on the day, or with pricing goods. Alternatively, if you work for a company which may be able to provide a donation for our raffle or funds, we would be most grateful. We would like to hear your ideas and suggestions too. Please come along to the meeting on 14th September 2010 at 7pm in the school if you would like to help.
If you have any queries, please contact Gail Walshe on 07774 225901.
This will be the last post of the session and all the staff would like to wish pupils and parents a lovely summer holiday. Pupils return on Thursday the 19th of August.
Attached are a few photos from last evening’s presentation to those pupils who achieved their shooting stars award this year.
Primary three are practising very hard for their assembly next Friday (11th June at 10.50am) They have been learning about the Victorian Seaside as part of their topic and will be telling the school what they have found out about.
Primary three enjoyed their visit to the museum today. They met Sarah who showed them around the Beam Engine. This was the highlight of their visit as they got to climb to the top. They also dressed up like Victorians and had ‘tea’.
At the centre they looked at the exhibits and drew one of their favourite pieces and wrote about it. Back at the shop, Sarah told them about the history of the mine and what it was like for children in those days who worked picking up all the coal that had been dug. [rockyou 157772896]
We have organised a community litter pick for Tuesday 8th June.
All classes will be taking part at different times throughout the day.
We will be looking for parent helpers to support each of the classes.
Please let your child’s teacher know if you are able to help.
P5/6 will complete their part of the community litter pick with
Richard English the ranger on Wednesday 9th June.
Pupils are looking forward to a well earned break for Easter after a very busy term. School finishes at the usual time next Thursday 1st April and pupils and staff will return on the 20th of April.
Parents Evenings are on the 30th and 31st of March. The Easter service will be held in Ormiston Parish Church on April 1st at 9.30am
Have a good holiday!