A pupil in P6a was very successful by writing a letter and creating a cross-stitch of Henry the Blue Peter dog! She sent it to BBC’s Blue Peter and has received a Blue Peter badge! Well done!
Our JRSOs were proud to be invited to the launch of Beat the Street at the Brunton Theatre. We heard from people who organised the game and some of the charities that will benefit from it. Then we went and used our fobs for the first time!
We’re near the top of the leaderboard – keep scanning your fobs and cards!
Let’s try to win Points for Pinkie!
Beat the Street is a fun, free game that will see areas including Musselburgh, Wallyford, Whitecraig, Prestonpans, Cockenzie & Port Seton and Longniddry transformed into a giant game! See how far you can walk, cycle and run in just 6 weeks.
Play the game from 11 September – 23 October to win prizes for yourself or join a team to win leaderboard prizes.
Every pupil will get a fob and a map this week that they can use on the Beat Boxes that are appearing on lamp posts all over Musselburgh. Family and friends can get a card from the library or leisure centre and join in as well!
Visit https://beatthestreet.me/eastlothian to register your fob or card and start beating the street.
Every journey you make adds to your points total as well as your team and the whole of your area. Stay active and earn points for the school team!
How far can you go?