Many thanks to all the pupils who have donated books for our Book Sale, P6A have been working really hard this week collecting them all and we are looking forward to selling as many as we can on Friday. Classes will have the opportunity to visit the sale on the day, book will cost from 20p to £1 so please remember to bring some change on Friday if you would like to buy a book or two.
Law Primary have won October’s Prize Draw! We have £30 of Shopping Vouchers to spend and the winning class will receive ‘Strider’ shoe tags. Well done to everyone who came to school in an active way. Keep it up this Autumn!
Many thanks to CALL Scotland for creating this excellent infographic. Although we are currently not using iPads in schools for dyslexic learners, it might be useful to use at home if you have an i-pad or similar gadget.
Dawn Adam joined p2a this afternoon for Hallowe’en art. We all got our feet out and printed ghosts. We ended up with a mixture of friendly and scary ghosts ready for Hallowe’en. Everyone had great fun.
Today a group of parents came to help make a difference to the P1 playground. Mrs O’Malleys class came out to help too. There is an opportunity to help every afternoon this week, please get in touch.
A small group of parents are getting together next week, 7th-10th October 2013, 1.15-3pm to spruce up the P1 playground. We need a few more helpers.
This is phase 1 of our playground project: tidying up what we already have. We need people to sand and re-paint the current picnic tables, benches, boat and other wood structures. We will also need people to help our pupils weed, prune and tidy the trees, flowers and veg patches.
Please get in touch if you can offer a few hours help.
You are invited to come along to school on Tuesday 10th September at 7pm to meet your child’s teacher. This is a new event which we have introduced this year and is intended as an informal opportunity for you to meet the teacher and put a face to the name at an early stage of the term. This is in addition to Parental Consultations which will be held in the week commencing 7th October. By October the class teacher will have a greater understanding of your child as a learner and this later meeting is the opportunity to discuss your child’s progress to date.
Please arrive by the main entrance whereupon you will be directed to your child’s classroom. There will be a short talk by the class teacher outlining what to expect in the coming year in terms of the curriculum, homework, special events and how you can support your child’s learning. After this initial talk there will be an opportunity to look around the classroom and ask any questions.
We appreciate that some parents may have more than one child at school and in these circumstances suggest that you go in the first instance to the class at the stage that you are least familiar with or want to find out most about. Please feel free to dip in and out of several classes where you have more than one child at school.
The evening will finish by 8pm.
Family Fun Day at North Berwick, Lodge Grounds
Saturday 24 August 2013
Play dough, Glue table, Puppet Making, Bubbles, Fun with Cardboard Boxes, Mud Kitchen
On Tuesday STV came to Law Primary to find out more about Charlie’s Challenge. Euan from Primary 5 has been dancing for Charlie, below is a clip from STV news.
Four pupils from p3/4 travelled to Ingliston yesterday to help create our entry to this year’s Gardening Scotland pallet garden competition. They had lots of fun planting and have created a fantastic edible garden