Newsletter 19 January 2017

News from Mr Bewsey

The Daily Mile

P567 have started this new venture and it appears to be going very well. The regular daily exercise will help the body and mind. Next week, P1/2 and P3/4 will start their daily activity. Please remember to send in appropriate footwear.

Robert Burns Celebration

Next Wednesday, 25th January, the children will be taking part in a number of activities to help celebrate Robert Burns Day. Children are encouraged to wear a touch o’ tartan. The school dinner menu also has a Scottish flavour so please consider the options.

PFA Meeting

Please join us on Monday 30th January, 6.30pm for our termly PFA meeting. All welcome.

Dates for diary

Monday 23rd January – P1s – 4s start The Daily Mile

Tuesday 24th January – P7 German Adventure

Wednesday 25th January – Burns Day

Friday 10th February – School closed – In-service

Monday 13th & Tuesday 14th February – School closed – Holidays

Wednesday 15th February – Back to school

ELC News

We have all made our own pizza for snack,

we all choose our own toppings.

Hailie: I like tomato and cheese.

Daniel: I like peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes

on my pizza.

Alastair: I’m having mushrooms and cheese on my pizza.

P1,2 News

This week in P1/2 we’ve been playing babies in the home corner. We really like changing their nappies! We have been building marble runs for the marbles. Miss DeAth has been working with us on Monday and Wednesday. She helps us to do things when we get stuck. We have been learning new sounds like qu, ou, sh and oi.

P3,4 News

This week we have been thinking about food and making pizza. We are finding out where the ingredients come from. We have been learning Scottish poems and dances for next week. In PE we were learning how to mark and defend. It was fun. We have chosen new homework activities too. We have put in ones we want to do.

P5,6,7 News

We have started to learn about Robert Burns poems for Burns day next week.

In health and wellbeing we have been making our own games for other groups to try out.

In ICT we did animations and one group put it in German and didn’t know how to change it back into English! We managed to make the stickman lie down and wave.

Sheila Wilson

Primary School Administrator

Coldingham Primary

Tel 018907 71241

e-mail sbwilson@scotborders.gov.uk

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