On Wednesday we had this years annual Pinkie Talent Show…. with the them of Strictly Come Pinkie!
It was an entertaining feast for your eyes and ears! We had dancing, singing, comedy and gymnastics on show. In our eyes, everyone was a winner and all were so courageous to perform in front of such a huge audience! Well done everyone. Our fabulous winner this year who took away the glitter trophy was Maddie from P6 who sang ‘The Climb’.
We want to say a big thank you to our panellists who were Mr Scott, Alan Penman, Colin Smith and Anna Potter!
Check out the spectacular event which happened on Wednesday, captured by Mr Smith and his camera.
We have just had our first of two evenings for parents consultations last night and enjoyed a time when we can share information about your child(ren)’s progress with you. We would like to give special thanks to all staff and parents/carers for the evening as well as the Strings teachers and Pinkie Strings pupils for giving us such a wonderful ‘open rehearsal’. It was great to hear such wonderful music flowing throughout the school. Well done all and we look forward to meeting more parents and children this evening.
It’s going to be another great PinkieSummer Fair this year. The very popular Chocolate Tombola and equally popular Bottle Tombola are going to be returning, as is Bash The Beastie along with many other activities to keep you busy! There will also be a range of tempting cakes and ice cream to help replace all that energy used on the bouncy castle! There will also be a book, toy and school uniform stall selling some great items…more donations for this are welcome! Also don’t forget to return your tickets to enter the school raffle for the chance to win some great prizes including an iPad!
Congratulations to P2B who were awarded a gold medal at the recent Scotland’s Gardening Festival at Ingliston 3-5th June.
For three days the grounds of the Royal Highland Centre Edinburgh underwent a transformation in an explosion of scent and colour. This was Gardening Scotland – the national gardening and outdoor living show and Scotland’s gardening festival!
It is the biggest plant fair in Scotland and promised to provide everything from an abundance of beautiful plants to tools, equipment, garden furniture and all the inspiration you could need to make your garden grow.
Great friend of Pinkie St Peter’s Primary, Heather Paul worked every Tuesday morning leading up to the event, taking small groups of children to work on a special planter themed, ‘The Teddy Bear’s Picnic’. Every child created a drawing about their own Teddy Bear’s Picnic which the children had had one lovely sunny morning outside. They children also pressed ivy leaves, and had pictures showing how they had made the planter. Mrs Barclay and Heather took the planter to the show grounds on the afternoon of Thursday 2nd June and on Friday morning Heather phoned the school to tell us that the class had been awarded the gold medal.
So well done to everyone in P2B; this was an amazing achievement! Special thanks too to Heather Paul who was able to make this happen.
All children should now have brought home their invitations for our exhibition on Thursday 9th June. Just in case you have missed these details please find the class times below.
1.10-1.30 P2a and P2b
1.30 -1.50 P7a and P1a
1.50 -2.10 P7b and P1b
2.10 -2.30 P4 ,P4/5 and P6
2.30 -2.50 P3a and P3b
2.50-3.10 P5 and P5/6
3.25 Nursery pm children will visit with parents
Friday 10 June -9-9.30 nursery am children will visit with parents
The exhibition will be opened between 1pm and 4pm and you are welcome to visit any time. If you wish to be shown around by your children please come along at the times above.
As the exhibition is open until 4pm you may find it more convenient to visit after school if you have more than 1 child.
We are using the Dining Hall for our exhibition as it provides more space. So please note that hot meals will not be served but a packed lunch will be offered instead of the usual Thursday menu.
The exhibition will also be opened on Friday 10th June from 9.30-11.30 to allow our wider community to visit. If you have any extended family, friends or neighbours that you think may like to come, please let them know the details. Please note that classes will not be attendingthe exhibition on the Friday morning.
The exhibition will be an opportunity for the children to share the work they have been doing over the past few weeks on the Riding of the Marches and the history of Musselburgh.