P7 have working hard this week to ensure Friday will look great and be a success! Beautiful decorations and marvellous music has been planned!
Cake donations are crucial to the success of the morning… If you are kindly planning on doing so, please may we remind you that a list of ingredients be included (for allergy purposes) and any tuperware etc is labelled so we can return it to the owner.
We look forward to welcoming you to the coffee morning between 9.30 and 10.30 on Friday.
Pupils will be given the opportunity to purchase items from break onwards.
Mr Drysdale and Mrs Chisholm
P7 would like to invite all parents, carers and community members to our Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 27th September at 9.30am – 10.30am.
P7 pupils have volunteered to bake some cakes, any other baking donations would be greatly appreciated and can be handed into the school on the morning of Friday 27th with a list of ingredients for allergy purposes.
Left over cakes will will be on sale to pupils after the coffee morning. Cakes from 50p.
Your support would be very much appreciated with this event. We look forward to serving you a hot cuppa and a cake! ☕️?
Pinkie are collecting stickers for Aldi’s Kit for Schools.
Every time you spend over £30 in any Aldi store you’ll receive a Team GB sticker. Take your stickers to the school to help complete our poster. Once complete with 300 stickers we can send the poster back and receive an exclusive sports kit and we could be in with a chance to win £20,000 for our school.
Visit https://www.aldi.co.uk/kitforschools for more information.
Due to the wet weather Sports for the lower school this morning and upper school this afternoon has been postponed. The Sports Day will now take place at the same times on Wednesday 19th June.
26 pupils spent the day at Meadowmill representing Pinkie at the annual athletics event. The whole team represented the school brilliantly, with lots of encouragement for team mates, every individual trying their hardest and a fun spirit throughout the day.
It was a very blustery day which meant running the top bend of the track was extremely tricky…. This didn’t stop the relay teams though, with all four P6 and 7 teams getting the baton around slickly, and two making it through to the final. A very big well done to the P7 boys who were in a photo finish for third in the final, and the girls who grabbed second place in their P6 final! A special shout out to Jack, who took away a medal after winning the throwing event!
Well done team, we are very proud!