Morning Nursery Sam
Afternoon Nursery Amy
Well done to everyone that entered. Have a Happy Easter!
P2 have been busy!
Asda and schools are trying to reduce the number of new carrier bags being used in supermarkets. We would like you to get involved. When you are shopping in Asda, you will be given a Go Green voucher every time you reuse your old bags or buy a Bag for Life. Please send these vouchers to school and we can exchange them for resources to help develop greener thinking.
Don’t forget that the Spring Show is the last Saturday of the Easter holidays – 5th April. There are lots of classes for children so please try and enter. Full details of the classes are in our March newsletter, or you can get a schedule from the Post Office in the village.
Don’t forget that if you want to be considered for a part in the Gala Queen’s Pageant at East Linton Gala Day on Saturday 14th June, your form needs to be handed in to the office by Wednesday 12th March.
The Gala Court consists of:
P7 girls (3) Queen, 2 ladies in waiting
P7 boys (3) Consort, Herald, Trumpeter
P4 girls (2) Flower girls
P3 boys (2) Crown bearer, Sceptre bearer
P2 boys (2) Page boys
P2 girls – Fairies
Names will be drawn at a coffee evening in the Community Hall on Friday 14th March. Doors are open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
Enjoy the snaps!
Just before February half term we applied for a grant from Sustrans so that we could put two shelters in our playground. We are hoping that it will encourage more children to walk or cycle to school because there will be somewhere to shelter when they arrive in bad weather. Children in P4 and P5 wrote some very persuasive letters and they must have been effective because Sustrans decided to give us £2,500 towards our shelters. A company called Timberline is putting up the shelters and we are hoping that they will be ready for next term. Our Parent Council has also given some money towards the shelters.
Here are the photos of today’s P2 visit. There are lots so keep watching!
A BIG thank you PC Kevin Hughes, lifeboat mechanic Kenny Peters and lifeboat crew man Kevin Keillort. Also thank you to Ben and Beth’s mum Donna for helping out.
Our favourite bit was when Kevin did a roll into the water. Unfortunately, I think it was the only thing I didn’t catch on camera!