P5/4 enjoyed singing some Christmas songs at the Health All Round Christmas party in St Martin’s Community Resource Centre.
The children sang beautifully and were rewarded with a gift from Santa.
The children then spend some time chatting with the party guests, some of whom they had met at the Hallowe’en party earlier in the year.
The P1/2 nativity is on Tuesday 12th December at 2pm.
Each child has two tickets for the show. Parents/carers should bring these with them on the day and be sure to be on time as we need to start promptly.
Due to legal reasons it is not permissable to take any photos or videos during the show.
We Hope you enjoy the show!
“The Dalry Christmas Clan Craft Event” took place this week with the children touring the school over the day, in clan groups of mixed ages, to produce some amazing christmas crafts.
At the end of the day we gathered in the hall and each clan showed their work to the others.
Lots of mess and fun was had.
Well done to Mrs Ewen and the Dalry Primary School Choir who sang at the Gorgie Dalry Light Switch on event on Sunday 3rd November.
Congratulations to Hannah in P4 who won the poster competition for the primary age group.
Hannah switched on the lights and also won a WH Smiths voucher. The event was well attended by pupils, parents, staff and members of the local community. It was a lovely start to the Christmas build up in school.
Our Junior Road Safety Officers Keven and Fabio led our road safety assembly to launch Road Safety Week.
We all enjoyed watching a video about safety when crossing roads, an interactive magic show and a quiz to help us to learn about Road Safety. They are also running a poster competition with the whole school with lots of prizes to be won for the most eye catching designs. Thanks too to Mr MacKay who supports the running of this pupil group.
Parents are all invited to join Mrs Mason for a Breakfast Blether and a hot drink/pastry from 8.50AM on Friday 1st December.
Parents are then invited to our P7 toy sale where they can buy lots of fabulous brand new gifts and stocking fillers for 20p to £3.00. (Please bring your own carrier bags)
Children are also welcome to bring a donation to buy a cake at the Parent Council Bake Sale which will be running throughout the morning to raise funds for the library.