Around 180 troops will be on parade, accompanied by the Battalion colours and military band. The award ceremony will be held outside the Council offices in Court Street, Haddington, at 11am, followed by a parade through Market Street and High Street, before returning to Court Street.
Our P6 children will be due to return from Innerwick Residential Camp around 12 noon, however due to the above there maybe a significant delay in the bus returning through Haddington.
All parents should also be aware that this may have an impact on accessing the school around the end of the school day.
Primary 4C have been learning about some Christian Bible stories in RME. This week we have been learning about Daniel in the Lions’ Den. We decided to make masks to help us re-tell the story. We went to the drama room and while we there we did a re-enactment of the Daniel in the Lions’ Den. It was great fun!
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We raised £347.35 on Friday 15th march for Comic Relief. The children and staff had a ‘Red Day’ where children were able to come to school wearing red clothes, bring a red snack and have wacky hair. Children completed a range of competitions such as ‘Design a Red Nose.’ Mrs McGinlay has been handing out the prizes for these competitions today.
£360 was raised by selling red noses.
KMPS raised a grand total of £707.35!
Primary 7 recently went to school camp at Dalguise. Children were faced with a selection of challenges, including Catwalk and Abseiling. Those remaining had an activity week at school where they took part in a variety of activities, including animation and a ‘Meet the Author’ event. A fun filled time was had by all!
Primary 6 put on a performance of Treasure Island for the school and parents/carers on Thursday 21st March. The show was a huge success. A big well done to the Primary 6 year group and all staff involved!
It has been a very busy term in Primary 4. We have been preparing for our school performance of Joseph’s Coat. Primary 4 have been working incredibly hard for their final performance on Tuesday 19th March which was a massive success! We would like to thank all of the children for their hard work and the parents/carers for their support.
In maths, Set 1 have been working on coordinates and were given the challenge of making a mask. The children greatly enjoyed this task and the results were fantastic!
Snow forecast today, Tuesday 19th March 2013. The school is open as normal and we are hoping for a disruption free day however please keep up to date with weather news on local radio and school blog. Please let us know if you have recently changed your contact details. Should we have to close the school we will contact parents and carers. We will keep your children safe in school until they are collected. Remember we cannot let children be collected by other parents/carers unless we have verbal or written permission.
This Friday afternoon at 1.30pm we will be doing some work in the playground to improve opportunities for play.
We are looking for volunteers to come and help with this work. Any time you can spare would be appreciated.
This is being organised by the playground improvement group – Brian Smith, Juliet Wiberforce and Sarah Cheyne
Quick update on the amounts raised by our recent fundraising.
4/5 Disco £163.23
Christmas Cards £450.50
P6 Cake Stall £108.41
All funds raised will be used for playground improvements.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed and supported these efforts.