We would like to ask all parents/carers to check their child/ren’s heads at least once a week. Parental vigilance plays a vital role in keeping the spread of this problem under control.
We no longer can send letters to particular classes where parents have made us aware of an outbreak but can only continue to remind parents to check their child’s hair on a regular basis. If going uncheck it can easily spread throughout the family, as well as children continuing to be re-infected in their particular class/ stage.
I know treatment can be expensive , especially if you need to treat the whole family but I believe if you register with a pharmacist you can be issued with the correct treatment free of charge but please check this with your own GP or pharmacist.
We are now in the process of delivering taster sessions for the NYCoS singing groups to all P3 classes (and some P5s). if you have not already had yours, you will be getting them soon!
I have had some enquiries from parents who say the link isn’t working in the email that has gone home and I am also finding some children haven’t had forms. Would it be possible to send this message out again to all parents? Thank you.
“Bookings for the National Youth Choir of Scotland Singing groups are now being taken. P3 children will have had or will be having a taster session in school. Please follow the link on the information leaflet that comes home to register BEFORE Tuesday 19th December, or click www.eastlothian.gov.uk/nycos
Choirs are open to all P3-P7 children. If you don’t have a leaflet, please click the link above for all information or contact email@example.com
Children who are not registered by Dec 19th will need to call 0131 653 5252 in term time only or can try just turning up on the night. Choirs start back week beginning 8th January.”
Thanks all – we won’t turn anyone away who does just turn up to a group without having registered, but we’re trying to encourage registration in advance.
‘I liked learning about colons. I also loved learning about John Muir,’ Ruby.
‘I loved going to the John Muir Museum,’ Nico.
‘I enjoyed the wildlife assembly,’ Ruby.
‘I enjoyed the assembly about wildlife,’ Sophie.
‘I absolutely loved going to Dunbar this week and learning all about John Muir,’ Eve.
‘I enjoyed writing about John Muir,’ Layla R.
‘I liked doing pneumatics,’ Ben F.
Only one comment this week…possibly because we have been so busy!
‘I loved taking part in the Daily Mile Challenge’, anonymous.
This week we have been learning to programme robots, creating pneumatic monsters, developing our team work skills on our trip to Broomlee, learning to use different strategies when adding and subtracting and so much more!
Below are some pictures of our week-
P.S for anyone who had their interest sparked by pneumatics (or pressure and forces in general) you may like this Youtube video
We have had another very busy week in Primary 5.
Some comments from the pupils:
‘I liked learning about John Muir’, Ben F.
‘I enjoyed doing the drama with Shonagh’, Eve.
‘I loved drama’, Ruby.
‘I liked BOSS CLUBS’, Ruby.
‘I really enjoyed Shonagh coming in’, anonymous.
‘I loved the daily mile challenge. We ran for one mile (3 times around the park)’, Nieve.
‘I liked maths this week’, Cerys.
‘I loved drama’, Cerys.
‘I liked applying for our classroom jobs and finding out what jobs we got’, Ruby.
‘I liked doing the daily challenge’, Zoe.
Below are some pictures of our week…
P5 have had another very busy week! We have been busy typing up our palm oil letters and sending these to companies through our school Google Mail accounts. We’ve also been creating 3D shapes from the nets of shapes. We designed our own Fairtrade chocolate boxes using these shapes. We also had our very own hockey tournament to put all the skills we have been developing into practice. We have also been busy baking, making toucan bookmarks, posters and lots more in preparation for our fundraiser for the Rainforest Alliance. We are so proud that we managed to raise over £200 pounds for this amazing cause. We would like to say thank you to all parents for donations of books, baking and money. We appreciate it all!
We also enjoyed taking part in our Tough Mudder slot!
Some comments about our week-
‘I enjoyed Tough Mudder’, Bailey.
‘I liked playing 4 corners in PE’, Matthew.
‘I loved doing Tough Mudder’, Zoe.
‘I loved the Tough Mudder, making stuff for the bake sale and watching the film’, Ruby.
‘I enjoyed the film and Tough Mudder’, Layla R.
‘I loved Tough Mudder’, Amy.
‘I loved the Tough Mudder’, Nieve M.
‘I loved making the bookmarks’, Evie.
‘I loved the Tough Mudder’, Sophie M.
We’ve had a very busy week in Primary 5! We started of with a whole school conga and 1 mile run for Sport Relief. We then had a visit from Sally from Field to Fork to tell us all about Fairtrade products. We got to taste some Fairtrade chocolate and smoothies too.
We’ve been practising attacking and defending in hockey. We also had a brilliant trip to the Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh to find out more about tropical rainforests and trees in Scotland. What a week. We also have a busy week to look forward to next week.
Some comments about our week-
‘This week I liked learning about shape’, Ben L.
‘I liked filming our dramas’, Matthew.
‘I’ve learned more about shape’, Sophie.
‘I like the P4 assembly. I also liked making out anti-smoking dramas’, Faris.
‘I liked finishing our deforestation Powerpoints and showing them to the class’, Eve.
‘I liked filming the anti smoking videos’, Ben F.
‘I enjoyed showing the class our deforestation Powerpoint’, Layla F.
Below are some pictures from our week in school-
We have been learning about 3D shapes this week in maths-
The above link is a really good game which can be used to revise the properties of 3D shapes (only if you would like to and have the time to).
Some comments about our week in school-
‘I have enjoyed spying on the P4’s chicks. They are so cute’, Libby.
‘I loved the P1 assembly. It was adorable!’, Ruby.
‘ I LOVED maths this week’, Cerys.
‘I enjoyed watching the P1 assembly’, Ben L.
‘ I enjoyed creating our guidebooks to using apostrophe’s’, Jamie.
‘ Creating our PowerPoints was fun’, Sophie.
‘I liked the P1 Assembly’, Ben F.
‘ I enjoyed maths this wee because I really like multiplication and division!’, Layla R.
Below are some pictures from our week
Some pictures from our last term, 🙂
Wow! What a busy term. We have loved learning about the rainforest this term. We also loved putting on our assembly!
‘I liked our assembly’, Ben F.
‘I loved circle time’, Ben F.
‘I liked the Eggheads in our assembly’, Nico.
Last week was another busy week for Primary 5. We have been rehearsing to practise for the Christmas Show. We had a number of owls visit the school and got a chance to interact with these animals and ask lots of questions about them. We made short animations in our Cooperative Learning Groups. They are fantastic! We had lots of fun making them and learning about the whole animation process.
Some comments about our week-
“I like the school play rehearsals because I act,”. Libby
“I liked practising for the Christmas Show,”. EVE
“I liked doing the Words Wednesday activity this week,” Sophie.
We have had a busy few weeks. We have been learning how to create an animation. We have created a storyboard and have finished our set designs. We will be making our characters and filming our animations next week.
Last week we were thrilled to perform our ‘Shiko’ drumming and dance routines to the whole school. We were so lucky to part of this project!
Another busy week….
“I enjoyed doing our timelines in Lights, Camera, Action,”- Ruby.
“In music we nailed our song,” Libby.
“P5 did halving and doubling”.
“I liked maths this week,” -Evie.
“I loved the African drumming and dancing,”.
“I enjoyed doubling and halving in maths,” Layla R.
“I liked finishing our posters,”.
“I liked African drumming and dancing’ Chris.
“I liked learning our new spelling rule,”.
“I liked doing writing,”.
We have been very busy this week in p5.
Here are some comments about our week:
‘I loved the African drumming’. Faris
‘I love doing the African drums and dancing’. Ben F
‘ I like doing literal questions’. Chris
‘I liked circle time’ Ruby
‘I liked the African drumming and making my pronouns poster’. Jamie
‘I loved doing growth mind sets’. Libby
‘ I liked measurement on Tuesday’. Layla R
‘ I loved African drumming and I liked doing the pronouns posters’. Ben L
‘Doing our reach for the stars hands and stars’. Murray
‘I loved maths this week because I made mistakes and that is proof that I am learning’. Evie
‘I liked doing African dancing’. Eve
We have had another busy week in P5. Below are some comments about our week.
‘I enjoyed learning about our new topic’. Eve
‘I liked maths this week’ Cerys
‘In writing we have been using descriptive language and I always love it.’ Libby