You may have heard, due to the Haddington Infant School disco being cancelled this evening, that there has been a flood in school. However, things have been resolved and school will be open as normal tomorrow, Friday 22 March.
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In the event that it is raining, or the grass is very wet on Monday, alternative arrangements have been put in place to hold Sports Day, if need be, at the Aubigny Sports Centre at the same time of 9:45 am on Monday. Parents will still be able to come along and see their children take part.
A decision will be made on Monday morning as to where our Sports Day will be held. Continue reading
Unfortunately, due to the weather conditions, sports day has been cancelled. It will now take place on Monday 25 June and not Friday 22 June as previously advised. Apologies for any incovenience caused.
The weather forecast for tomorrow is not looking too good. If it is raining or the grass is still wet from overnight rain, the sports will be cancelled and we will use our reserve date of Friday 22 June.
We are holding our school sports, weather permitting, on Friday 15 June 2012 at 9.45 am in Neilson Park (near the swing park). In the event of poor weather the reserve date is Friday 22 June.
Celebration Open Day Tuesday 3rd July Mussselburgh Sports Centre 2-4pm Do you want to know more about Get Going? This family healthy lifestyle programme aims to encourage children to get active, eat well and work towards a healthy weight. This … Continue reading
On June 7th ten children from Chernobyl will be visiting St. Mary’s and Kingsmeadow for the afternoon. The children have been brought to Scotland by Chernobyl Children’s Life Line. We would like to offer our support to the Charity and the children by collecting some clothing and ‘everyday essentials’ that the children could take back home to share with their families. We are looking for donations of clothes and shoes. The children visiting will be aged 10-12 years old but as they may have siblings and relatives who are in need of clothing, any good quality children’s clothes (including underwear and socks) will be most welcome.
In order to collect a variety of ‘everyday essentials’ we have allocated an item/s for each class. If you think you could provide something for your child to donate it would be very much appreciated.
Primary 1/2 – pens pencils (including coloured), erasers and sharpeners
Primary 2/3 – rulers and pencil cases
Primary 3/4 – notebooks (but not A4-too heavy) and geometry sets
Primary 5/6 – facecloths and toothbrushes
Primary 6/7 – plasters and antiseptic cream
Please send to school by Thursday 31st May
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