In the Nursery cloakroom area you will find the children’s big learning book. Please feel free to have a look to see what the children are asking questions about and leave a little comment so that we can share this with the children.
We also welcome your suggestions for improvement and comments about what you like about our nursery. Please give us this feedback so that we are able to effect the change that you want to see happen.
Next to our big learning book we also have slips for you to fill in to either compliment or complain about an aspect of the service that we provide. You are our service users and we appreciate all the feedback that you are able to provide us with. There is an available box for you to post your responses. You can write your name on the comment/suggestion slip etc if you wish but if you would rather leave it anonymously then please do.
See you tonight at the ‘Meet the Teacher’ open evening.
Mrs McDonald and Ms Stewart
Welcome back! A very warm welcome to our new pupils, parents and carers. We are looking forward to an exciting new year and getting to know everyone. Our topic of harvest will be continuing for the next two weeks. We are already looking forward to learning about:- the breadmaking process; the crops in the fields; how machines help the farmer and what jobs a farmer does at this time of year.
We are looking forward to some fun learning.
A HUGE welcome back to one and all here at St Martin’s!
We are so pleased to see all of your smiling faces arrive back safely after the holidays and we are delighted to welcome new pupils and new staff to the school as well.
As always, the school website will keep you up to date on what is going on in the classrooms around the school as well as inform you about school homework and events happening throughout the year.
Drop in on a Friday to read the Classroom Blogs and visit the website again on a Monday to catch the news and updates on the week’s homework.
We look forward to enjoying watch our St Martin’s family continue to grow. So a huge welcome back from all staff within the school.
Gerda and Shaun have been hard at work creating this week’s St Martin’s Achievements power point.
Please click on the link below to access the power point.
St Martin’s Pupil Achievements February
A massive thank you to everyone who took part in Number Day. The outfits were fantastic and there was some amazing number work and challenges going on throughout the school today. We managed to raise a whopping £204.05 in aid of the NSPCC and had lots of fun in the process.
Congratulations to Lana, David and Alisha who won ‘Guess the Teddy Bear’s Birthday’!
I hope everyone has a Mathemagical Weekend
Miss Docherty 🙂
Good Luck and best wishes to all the children in Tranent who are involved in the gala this year. Have a great day and hope the sun keeps shining for you!
From all the staff and pupils of St. Martin’s R.C.P.S
After the Easter Holidays, East Lothian Council are going to be able to accept online payments for trips, milk monies, uniforms, camp money etc. These payments will be accepted through the East Lothian Council Pay for it webpage.
Parents and carers can continue to pay using cash or cheque if they prefer. This website can be used for everything except school lunches.
A letter was sent out this week with all relevant information on it. Should you have any queries then please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Please find attached the Primary School online payments live link
The end of term school mass is at 10.00 a.m. on Thursday , 19th December. We welcome everyone in the parish to join with us to celebrate mass as we approach the end of Advent.
Are you ready? Have you been preparing for the Birth of the baby Jesus? Remember to go to mass every Sunday during the holidays as well as on Christmas Day!
Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2014.
P3 have been learning about anicient egypt.
how to mummify a person
they put the organs in little jars when they talk them out
Their favourite part was learning know facts that they didn’t know.