The school Junior Road Safety Officers have been very busy this year, introducing themselves at assemblies and taking part in travel surveys. Click the link below to find out more about their latest event, the ‘Be Bright, Be Seen’ day! Continue reading JRSO ‘Be Bright, Be Seen’ Event
Primary 5/6 are really enjoying learning about the weather and in particular the natural disasters that can occur. We have been learning a lot about them including how they occur and the damage and impact they can have. The children have also handed in some excellent independent learning which we will share and use to teach our peers. Yesterday we had a science afternoon and the children were talking about and displaying all of their knowledge whilst actively creating tornadoes, volcanoes, earthquakes and a tsunami in class. We had great fun and have learned so much.
Here are some pictures from our science afternoon.
Primary 5/6 worked really hard in the lead up to the rugby festival today. I am very pleased with the effort today at the festival and in the sessions. Everyone enjoyed time working on skill based activities and tag rugby games. Unfortunately, the rain appeared and the day was cut short but all the children made the most of the time we had. Again, all of the children represented St Mary’s exceptionally well. You can be very proud of yourselves!
Here are some of the photos of the day.
Thank you to all those parents and pupils of St. Mary’s that were able to make it to the presentation on school camp on Thursday the 22nd of September. There were a lot of great questions from parents and children alike, hopefully they were all answered!
If there are any further questions or queries, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Mr. Tierney, either in the playground or through the school. The Powerpoint from the presentation evening has been attached below:
Please be aware that Kingswood require a non-refundable deposit of £40 per child to secure their place. Could this please be sent into school by the 20th October 2016. Thank you!
Congratulations to the newest batch of JRSOs as they embark on their quest to promote safe and active travel within St. Marys! After almost all of the Primary 6 pupils submitted an application for one of the few positions available, the boys and girls chosen were:
Luca Maccagnano-Lugton (P6/7), Eva Doherty (P5/6), Amie Ferguson (P5/6), Andrew Larkman (P6/7) and Sophie Robertson (P5/6).
They have already attended an induction event held by East Lothian Council and have surveyed the school pupils for the ‘Hands Up’ Scotland Survey. Keep an eye on the website for more details of their contributions!