P3/4 today tried to get a light bulb to light up:
Success! – the first to get it to light up:
Welly Hurling was first and the 4 winners can be seen in the photo below. This was followed by a keenly fought tug-of-war competition between the boys and the girls, won by the girls.
The pictures below have all been taken in East Lothian. How many of them can you identify?
There will be a house point for anyone who correctly identifies all 15. Entries to Mr. Kingsbury by the end of Scots Week (28th January).
Dougie visited us today complete with his African Drums. Watch the video clip below for a taste of what P3/4 and P4/5 did this morning.
P3/4 and P4/5 entertained the whole school with a performance on Wednesday followed by 2 sell-out performances for parents and friends yesterday. I could go on for ages about the stars of the show, but there’s far too many – 47 actually!!
Well done to all, especially Scrooge, and a massive thank you to everyone who helped with costumes etc.
Parents/Guardians of cast members have already had a chance to order tickets. If your child is in the show and you have not requested your tickets, please contact the school a.s.a.p.
The remaining tickets will be available to all parents on a first-come-first-served basis from Monday morning.
Having lost the whole of this week, we now have very little time left to sort out costumes for the 47 children taking part. This is where you can help.
We especially need help with clothing a large number of Victorians – Gentlemen, Ladies and those not so fortunate. If anyone can help with waistcoats, jackets, shirts, cravats, non-denim trousers, top hats, cloth caps, party dresses, not-so-smart dresses, aprons, dressing gown & night cap for Scrooge etc. all contributions will be gratefully received by Mr Kingsbury, Mrs Elder or Mrs Rodger (see below for examples).
P.S. P3/4 & P4/5 Remember to learn the words of the songs (see earlier post)
Calling all P3/4 and P4/5 pupils…..
In true Scrooge fashion I am the bearer of bad news – well, not really bad. Whilst I’m sure you’re all having tremendous fun in the snow, this is an ideal opportunity for you all to
LEARN THE WORDS
especially ‘Scrooge, Scrooge’ and the two versions of ‘A Ghost of a Chance’.
In case you don’t have your words at home, click HERE to see them!