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Coldingham Newsletter 1 June 17

General News

Recent events

Kakatsitsi Master Drummers

The pupils enjoyed a masterclass from our visiting Ghanaian drummers. After a very entertaining performance, all P1-7 pupils enjoyed two workshops: where they learnt some traditional drum beats and; where they learnt some traditional dances. It really was a great morning, made all the better for having Co’path pupils and staff with us – including the nursery!

P7s to Kingswood

We bid farewell to our Primary 7s on Wednesday as they set off for Kingswood. We look forward to welcoming them back on Friday and hearing their news.

Plans for August

Letters we sent out this week sharing class teacher allocation for August. On Thursday evening, we held an information evening for parents about the new school session. If you have not received any of this information, please get in touch with us.

Next week

Priory Live event

Primary 6 pupils from all local schools have been invited to Coldingham Priory on Tuesday 6th June. Through drama and interactive workshops, pupils will explore the history, daily life and faith of those that lived and worked in monasteries like Coldingham Priory. Pupils will walk to the Priory for a 9.45am start and return to school at 2.30pm. Please complete and return the attached EV2.

P7s to High School

Next Wednesday and Thursday, our Primary 7s spend 2 full days at Eyemouth High School. They will get the High School bus in the morning, have a full day at school and then return on the High School bus in the afternoon. We do not supervise the pupils at all for these 2 days. The Parents Information Evening has been changed to Weds 7th at 6pm (as per letter sent out this week).

Move-up morning

On Wednesday 7th June, all pupils (including nursery) will get to spend some time with their new teacher in their new classroom. Lining up after break in their new lines, the children will spend about 1 hour in their new class.

Achievement Assembly

Next Wednesday (7th) morning will be our Achievement Assembly – a chance to celebrate the wider successes of our pupils. If your child has anything they have done recently that they are proud, please encourage them to share it with us.

Coming up

P7 Leavers / End of term celebration

All parents and carers are invited to join us on Tuesday 27th June at 2.15pm for our end of term celebration and P7 Leavers assembly.

Dates for diary

Tuesday 6th June – Primary 6s to Coldingham Priory for ‘Priory Live’. Details to follow.

Wednesday 7th June / Thursday 8th June – Primary 7s to Eyemouth High School for 2 day visit

Wednesday 7th June – ‘Move up morning’. All pupils into new classes with new teachers for one lesson.

Friday 16th June – Open morning (8.45 – 9.45) followed by Sports Day (10.15 – 12.15) followed by PFA Duck Race (tbc)

Tuesday 27th June – P7 Leavers / Celebration assembly – 2.15pm

Pupil News

ELC News

We all made our own pizza today, we got to choose from – cheese, tomatoes, onions, ham and mushrooms for our toppings. Some were more popular than others.

P1,2 News

The Drummers came to school and I liked it. We got to dance. Emily, Hattie and Euan.

PC Sharon came to visit us. We got to go in her car and put the nee-naw / siren on. Grace & Jack.

We did hand prints with paint and did flowers with paint on our thumb. Kourtney

P3,4 News

On Tuesday everyone enjoyed the Kakatsitsi drummers and the dancing.

Anna enjoyed listening to the Tudor music and so did Lulu.

Jessica enjoyed showing the class how Tudor people would have danced.

Sophia is enjoying our Tudor topic.

Edie enjoyed the Tudor drama.

Reported by Sophie & Scarlett P4

P5,6,7 News

This week in P5/6 we have been doing loads of things such as:

Inklewriter branch stories

BBC’s the future and me👻

The whole class liked waving goodbye to the P7’s as they left for Kingswood

Szymon liked Inklewriter

Grace liked having different teachers

Alfie liked it when the P6s were away having P.E with their buddies

Mia liked having Co-path P6 kids at Coldingham

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