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Click here to see session dates.Session dates 2011-2012 – approved by committee
The above will take place at school. All welcome.
Click here to see the new two weekly menu. Primary School Menu 10-11 May 2010
Changes to be aware of: Juice will no longer be available only milk or water Rolls will also be phased out. It is likely that the price from August 2010 will be increased to £1.80 per day.
On Thursday the 1st of July the p7s are having an assembly to say their goodbyes. They will be singing, playing guitar and violin and saying poems. It starts at 2.15pm in our assembly area. Parents are welcome to come along to see them off!
We hope to see you there!
Can you please check for any Tesco vouchers that may be lying around and send them into school. We will be sending off our order soon.
Saltoun Summer Fair is on Saturday 5th June. It starts at 2pm! Entry – £1 adult and 50p child. There will be highland games, bouncy castle, tombola, face painting, cake and candy, plants and produce stall, beer tent and BBQ, Scottish fancy dress and much, much more! Come along and join in the fun!
As well as the Summer Fair, the school will be open for guided tours by staff and pupils. Book your tour on entry to the fair or by phoning the school in advance: 01875 340318.
P1/2 have Street Sense!
Primary 1/2 have been learning about road safety. Over the past few weeks we have been working hard and today we went into the village to practice our new skills. We learned that you should think, stop, look and listen before crossing the road. We were all very sensible and crossed the road safely. We will soon be going on a ‘street furniture’ hunt!
Today we launched our ‘No Power Hour’ in school. To mark the occassion Amber Moss the Sustainability Development Officer from East Lothian Council came in and gave us a talk on energy. We also took part in a quiz. Most of us got lots of correct answers! ‘No Power Hour’ will take place in school every Thursday from 11-12 and we hope to save lots of energy. Everything must be turned off and power officers will patrol the school to make sure everyone follows the rules. In a normal day we use around 12 units of electricity between 11-12. Today during our first ‘No Power Hour’ we only used 3 units. This is a massive difference and we hope to keep it up. If you would like to save energy you could also have a ‘No Power Hour’ at home….think of your electricity bills!! 🙂
Saltoun Primary School will, for a trial period, will be having a breakfast club. From 31st May to lst July inclusive children can attend Monday to Thursday from 8.15am until the bell goes at 8.50am. Each family has been issued with all the details and a return slip. Could we please have these back by FRIDAY 21st MAY. Children will be served cereal and toast with various jams and milk or fruit juice. After they have eaten they can take part in various activities in the GP Room. Children enter the breakfast club by the Snack Shack door. Cost £2 per child per session. Look forward to seeing you there.