Category Archives: P4a

Murrayfield Wanderers Girls Intro to Rugby continued P3-P7


On the back of a very successful ‘Introduction to Girls Rugby’ after-school block Murrayfield Wanderers wanted to let you know they will be extending the programme.

With an average of 20 girls attending, we just think it would be fantastic to keep it going. 


We will train at 15:45-17:00 at Roseburn Park – the sessions are specifically designed for beginners and will train on a Tuesday on the following 

1st of June
8th of June
15th of June 
22nd of June

Sign up on the following link https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=DQSIkWdsW0yxEjajBLZtrQAAAAAAAAAAAAYAAOv8RbtUOFRST0tGNkkzNVVNWDZaNUVVQUNCT0IwNS4u

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Letter Regarding Updates to COVID Procedures for Schools

Please click below to read a letter regarding Updates to COVID procedures in schools.

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If you need support to read this webpage or online letter via translation into an additional language please contact the translation service using this link https://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/languages

Intended Learning Newsletters Term 4 2021 (All classes)

Find and click the link below to access your class’ intended learning newsletter for this term.

P1

P1/2

P2

P3a

P3b

P4a

P4b

P5

P5/6

P6

P7

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Murrayfield Wanderers- After School Rugby

Starting from the 27th April, Murrayfield Wanderers FC are delighted to offer rugby for the next four weeks for primary schools at Roseburn park.

Full details on the link below.

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COVID 19 Reporting during Easter Break

Dear Parents and Carers,

If you or your child receives a positive test for Covid 19 during the holiday period you should call the City of Edinburgh contact centre on 0131 200 2000 to make them aware. The management of all positive tests will be handled by a central team over the holiday period.

Kind regards

Mrs Honeyman

Easter Egg Competition Winners

Well done to all who entered this year’s Dalry Easter Egg art contest.

Our clan chief judges were very impressed with the overall standard of entries and had many tough decisions.

Our winners are…….

Nursery

Winner Sriyaansh

Runner up Diotama

P1 and P1/2

Winner Mugil

Runner up Imran

P2

Winner Advic

Runner Up Johan

P3

Winner Oscar

Runner Up Jashu

P4

Winner Harshita

Runner Up Shiyarini

P5-P7

Winner Kavi

Runner Up Lucy

Well done to all our entrants and Happy Easter!

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Easter Egg Contest Gallery

The Clan Chiefs are hard at work judging the entries to the Easter Egg contest, which will be announced later today.

We have been overwhelmed by the number and quality of the entries this year, especially given we weren’t able again to have a judging in school thanks to the pandemic. Hopefully next year we can do that again, especially given the amazing work by all entrants this year.

Here is a gallery of our amazing entries.

Happy Easter from Dalry Primary

NHS Lothian letter regarding COVID-19 in April

Please read the attached information about COVID-19 safe practice during April and the relaxing of lockdown.

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P3a Plants in Class

P3a requested plants for the classroom.  We took this as an opportunity to work on our co-operation skills by working in small groups to replant some spider plants. Pupils had to take turns and decide who would carry out each part of the process.  We will be watering the plants weekly, taking the time to observe how the plants are changing as they grow.