Don’t We Look Great!

Last Wednesday parents and friends were treated to a wonderful nativity play, ‘Born in a Barn’ performed by P1, P1/2 and P2/3 classes.  The songs were incredibly catchy and the audiences were singing along.  Well done to all the children who took part.  Don’t we look great in our costumes?

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Pencaitland Fireworks!

Pencaitland FireworksThanks once again to Pencaitland Primary PTA, who organised another very successful firework display on Saturday night.

If you couldn’t make it, you can get some idea of what you missed from this slideshow – just add your own firework noises! (To view the slideshow full-screen use the button in the bottom right corner.)

New Parent Coucil

The new Parent Council is now up and running.

The members for 2008-2009 are:

Angus Finnie – Chairperson

Carol Snow –   Co-Chairperson

Colin Brown – Community member

Alison Glencorse – Parent member

Simon Riley – Parent member

Graham Wilson – Parent member

Dorothy Ogilvy – Parent member

Kim Bartlett – Teacher member

Stella Birrel is the clerk to the Parent Council


Minutes from last session are available – please click ‘Parents’ page (top left hand side of main page) and then click ‘Parent Council’ page (top left hand side of page).

This year the Parent Council will be developing a communications strategy to improve communication with the wider parent forum.  Please keep checking the blog for further details.

A great start to the new term

All the children in P1/2 are settling in really well, we have already been on a minibeast hunt in the woods, started a dance programme and started to use the interactive whiteboard. It looks like it will be a busy year!

Calling P7 bloggers

Hello P7 bloggers

The staff are all learning to blog and we want to know what you think of it.  Do you read the blog?  Is it interesting?

Please leave comments and let us know.

At the end of last session we had 181 posts and 210 comments which was fantastic.  Can we improve on that this session?  Of course we can – with your help!

There’s a challenge!