Weekly Bulletin 10.6.22
Happy Friday everyone!
A big thank you to the Parent Council who organised a fantastic disco for our children last night. A special thank you to the DJ, Ian Brown, who had everyone up dancing the whole evening! A great time was had by all!
As we approach the end of term could users of breakfast club please ensure their Parent Pay accounts are in credit to cover the final week.
Sports day for the whole school is on Wednesday 15th June. Events for ELC to P3 will run from 9.30am to 11.45am approx. and events for P4-7 will run from 1.15pm to 3.30pm. Families are welcome to come along to the school field and support the children during these events.
We are delighted to see so many children coming to school on their bikes and scooters. If your child comes to school this way, please ensure they are wearing a helmet and are crossing the roads safely.
A polite reminder that dogs should not be brought into the school grounds unless they are being carried.
A reminder to our current P6s that places for the P7 residential must be confirmed by 12th June. Details were sent via email. Please contact the school office if you did not receive this.
Here’s what our classes been up to this week –
We have had a wonderful time practicing for sports day and developing our balancing, throwing and jumping skills. In the secret garden we made an amazing discovery that a little bird had built a nest in our shed, we all moved very quietly and shut the door to keep her and her eggs safe, we will check on her next week. The children have been nurturing their peas that they planted a few weeks ago and the sunshine this week has certainly helped to bring them on.
Next Wednesday 15th is Sports Day. Can we please ask that children have sun cream applied before arriving at nursery and they have a sun hat and water bottle with them. We would love to see you all there. Children going to school will start at 9.15am in the field and the children returning to nursery will start at 9. 30am on the grass area in front of the classrooms on the other side of the wall. We estimate that it will last around 30 minutes.
Here’s what the rest of the school has been up to this week –
P1P – learning the ‘ng’ sound; learning how to keep safe in sun; learning how to sort shapes by colours and size
P1/2 – had fun at the disco; were counting in French; learning about sun and personal safety
P2 – learning new sounds; learning about data collections
P3 – made coloured buildings; they enjoyed having Mrs Mounter as a teacher; had great fun at the disco.
P3/4 – playing football at P.E and had fun at the disco
P4/5 – learning about safety; reading our class novel in the secret garden; working on the 3 and 4 times tables
P5 – looking at pattern in art; learning how to do left to right subtract; sports day events practice
P5/6 – playing African drums; learning Civic week songs
P6 – farm trip; fun at the disco; practising for sports day
P6/7 – learning about coordinates; playing football in P.E
P7 – farm trip; dancing at the disco; doing our maths outside
Dates for your diary
- Wednesday 15th June = Sports Day – see above
- Thursday 16th June = Kelso Laddie to visit the school in the afternoon
- Thursday 16th June = New P1 parents information meeting at 6pm
- Tuesday 21st – Thursday 23rd June = P7 3 day visit to Kelso High School
- Wednesday 22nd June = ‘Meet my new teacher’ – classes will be confirmed before this day and the children will spend some of the afternoon with their new teacher.
- Friday 24th June = Nursery open afternoon for new nursery children
- Friday 24th June = ‘Shorts and Shades’ dress-up day organised by our Parent Council – suggested donation of 50p
- Friday 24th June = Rag Bag collection – look out for bags coming home soon
- Monday 27th June = P7 Graduation (PM) – details to follow
- Thursday 30th June = Last day of term
- Wednesday 17th August = pupils return to school