The following information was published on the West Lothian Council web site on Tuesday 30th November 2010. West Lothian Schools are closed today (30 November). We are expecting up to 20cm of snow overnight and low temperatures so we have taken the decision to close all schools in West Lothian tomorrow. Every school day is important, [...]
Entries from November 2010 ↓
There has been more snow today and the authorities have announced that all schools in West Lothian will be closed tomorrow (Tuesday 30th November 2010). Further information on the council website: http://www.westlothian.gov.uk/newsroom/winterupdate/ and also on the BBC news website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-11857919 We will post any further information here when available.
The heavy snow has closed Deans Primary and all schools in West Lothian today – Monday 29th November. For further information please check the West Lothian council website http://www.westlothian.gov.uk/newsroom/winterupdate/
This year our upper school primaries P4-7 are performing the Nativity on Thursday 9th December at 7pm and Friday 10th December at 10am. As you are no doubt aware places in the school hall are limited therefore initially children will be allocated two tickets per family. These will be available from the school office along [...]
Children and staff were wearing spots today in aid of Children in Need. Everyone was involved in raising money. The total amount raised was …..(please check back later for our final total)
Our Christmas Fayre takes place on Saturday 27th November at 10am until 1pm. Please come along and have fun at our stalls and buy some lovely Christmas gifts for your family and friends. Tickets are available from the school at a cost of £1 per adult and 50p per child the price includes a drink. [...]
This will be on Thursday 16th December. Please order by 25th November. DO NOT send money just now – it will be collected as normal on the day.
On Tuesday 16th November the Primary 2 classes visited the Sea Bird Centre in North Berwick. They had a fantastic time there learning about birds and sea life in the area. The children were able to watch birds and learned about seals. They even had the opportunity to make their own seal beanies.
Five pupils in primary 6 shared their writing with the school today. The pupils read their work confidently to the webcam and children in other classes were able to view the stories on the whiteboards. They answered questions from children with confidence. Well done girls! Please click on the link to see copies of their [...]
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