P4 & P4/3 are going to have a book & bake sale as part of their ‘running a business enterprise’ & ‘Make a Difference’ topic. The plan is to have it on the morning of Wednesday 26th June in P4 & P4/3’s classroom. (One room will sell books and the other room will sell the cakes.) We are hoping to raise money for 2 local charities, Gorgie Farm& Gorgie Food Bank.
If you would like your child to buy cake or books do send some cash in on the 26th.
P5 has been working hard all year towards their Discovery level John Muir Award. Pupils have to discover and explore a wild place. We visited Corstorphine Hill on a number of days during the year. They had to help with a conservation activity and for this the class helped sow a wildflower meadow in Murieston Park which will come into flower in July or August – feel free to visit! Finally the had to share their learning with others. The class has had a lot of fun and led an assembly on 10th June to share what they had done. Well done all!
Click here for the P5 assembly Powerpoint slide show with photos from the trip.
We had a great morning in the pool on Wednesday 5th June. For some children it was their first time in a swimming pool! Thank you to all the parents who came along and made this trips possible!
The deadline to apply to the Edinburgh Schools Girls Football Academy for next year is approaching.
Any P7s considering joinging need to apply by 26th of June.
Full details linked below.
2340-CEC-Sports Academy 2019-Girls Football
Girls Football Academy 2019-Application Form-word
Our children who will start P1 enjoyed a very exciting Moving Up Day with their parents in the hall, before enjoying some time in their new classrooms. They all left with a decorated box of goodies to help them get ready for P1 over the summer break.
Thanks to Miss Kelly and Mrs Mason for organising this very well attended and successful event.
Our Pre-school children enjoyed a lovely day out at the Botanic Gardens exploring nature and wildlife, enjoying snack and lunch togehter and rounded the day off with a visit to the play Park at Inverleith Park. Thank you to all the parents who came with us and made this trip possible.
Mrs Mushtaq will be delivering a drop in session to Dalry nursery parents who have English as an Additional Language on how to support the use of their home language and English acquisition on Tuesday 18th June from 9 – 10 am in SfL room.
Do come along.