A thank you letter from Innerwick Primary Parent Council.
On Thursday we had Leeza and danielle (torness power station) Gavin Ross (Police man) Gareth Hill (Sportsman) Shirley Lawson (IT EXPERT) Gill Robertson (ARTISTIC DIRECTOR -CATHRINE WHEELS THEATRE) Martin conroy (intepriter) into talk to us , later on we had a vet come in to talk to us her name was Val Tear she brought a tortiose in to school . On Friday we had a paramedic in to talk to us her name was Susan Hunter. By KAYLA
careers morning 2 on PhotoPeach
Two weeks ago we started shake to wake. Every Monday a song is chosen and we do it every day that week. On week one we did hippo and dog in the jungle. We love it!
By Ben and Finn, P5
Careers Morning on PhotoPeach
This morning we had 5 people come into our school to talk to us about their jobs. We had Ian a firefighter, George the Thurston Caravan Park Manager, Laura our Countryside Ranger and Colin our school Post Man.We all had a good time and can’t wait to here more about peoples jobs on Thursday. by Kayla
Please find attached our latest newsletter.
The pre-school children, who are starting P1 in August, spent some time in the P1/2 classroom this morning meeting their new classmates and the staff who work there. They all had fun exploring and trying out the different activities in the room, and were sad when it was time to return to Nursery.
Thank you to P1/2 for being so friendly and kind to the Nursery children. They can’t wait to come back and visit you all again soon!
Sadly the photo of our happy faces in P1/2 is too big to upload onto the blog. Sorry.
Golf 30.04.13 on PhotoPeach
The children from P3 , P4 and P5 have all enjoyed learning to play golf this term with Mrs Hood. We have had four VERY windy practice sessions, but everyone did really well to perfect their driving, chipping and putting techniques. Sadly we were unable to use much of the flags and other aiming equipment as they just blew away or blew over in the strong winds.
Today (2nd May) Kate Green, the Golf Development Officer, came to school and set up a mini course for us to play on. We worked in teams of 3 to try to take as few shots as possible to get our ball in the hole. Some of us managed to score birdies! Well done to everyone for taking part and for working well together as a team.
I do hope some of you will take up the offer of golf coaching at Dunbar later this term or over the summer holidays. Letters should have come home with the golfers today. Speak to Lindsay in the Office or Miss Heatherill if you require another copy.