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Newsletter 8 June 17

General News

Sports Day / Open Morning – Friday 16th June

Next Friday, you are invited to join us for our end of year open morning followed by the children’s Sports Day. Classrooms will be open from 8.45 until 9.30am, providing an opportunity for you to see the work your child has produced over the last school year. Then, at 10am, the pupils will head down to the playing fields to enjoy their annual Sports event. We are planning to finish by 12pm to allow us to get back to school and tidy up by 12.25pm.

This year, we are re-introducing our school House system and all children have been allocated to either Applin (Yellow), Cairn (Blue) or Priory (Red). All pupils have been asked to wear their new house colours – either as a t-shirt, a sash or a rosette.

As a final reminder, please ensure all children bring a water bottle and, weather permitting, a sun hat and that you apply sun cream at the start of the day.

PFA Duck Race

Following next week’s open morning and Sport’s Day, the PFA will be hosting their annual Duck Race. We will head down the Bogan together at 12.30pm to ‘set the ducks free’. Please join us if you are able. IF you haven’t got your duck yet, please see a member of the PFA.

RotaKids – Tuesday 13th June

Unfortunately, due to other Rotary commitments, Jo and Jim are unable to run RotaKids on Tuesday. They send their apologies.

ELC Graduation

On Tuesday 20th June, we are hosting a special graduation assembly for the nursery children that are moving up to ‘big school’. Parents and family of our nursery leavers should come for 8.50am.

Primary 1 parents information session

We are looking forward to welcoming parents of our new Primary 1 pupils on Wednesday 14th June. Please come to the school at 11.30am. The information meeting will be followed by the school lunch sampling session. See you there.

End of term celebration / P7 Leavers assembly

You are all welcome to join us on Tuesday 27th June at 2pm for our end of year celebration and Primary 7 leavers assembly.

For the chance to win £5000 worth of books for the school go to https://caboodle.nationalbooktokens.com/caboodle-competitions

Dates for diary

Friday 16th June – Open morning followed by Sports Day followed by PFA Duck Race

Tuesday 20th June – ELC Graduation – 8.50am

Tuesday 27th June – P7 Leavers / Celebration assembly – 2pm

Pupil News

ELC News

Lawson; I liked playing with dad, he came on Thursday to play with us.

Sarah; I played with Mobilo, I made a rocket ship with a ladder.

Ruby; I played with Isla and Lawson we played with the rocket ship and the cars.

Alastair: Daniel and I were playing football, it was good fun. I play football for Chirnside on a Saturday, we played against Duns and Coldstream and we won because we were better.

P1,2 News

I love maths! Jessica

I love making birds with Keira-Ann Hattie & Olivia

We went to our new class in P3 with Mrs Tharme. We did writing and played a game. Scarlett & Sean.

P3,4 News

This week Nicole enjoyed move up morning. She met her new teacher. Sophia liked making a Tudor crown. Rory liked searching for a historical fact. Madeline and Lulu wrote a Tudor adventure. They found real facts to put in them. Scarlett and Nikki enjoyed making their crown . Katie enjoyed watching dogs hotel . Jessica enjoyed the games. James and Dylan enjoyed the Tudor plan . Lexi enjoyed reading with Mrs Blyth. Edie enjoyed her maths.

BY Leah and Katie N😜😂😃

P5,6,7 News

On Tuesday the P6s went to Priory Live and enjoyed pottery, bread making and making apple juice.

The P7s went to the high school on transition days.

The P5 and P6 enjoyed using Gamestar mechanic.🎮✴

And in maths we were doing data handling.📈

And we did art.🎨We painted our fossils we made.

And we did reading lab again.📖

By

⚽ Jack and Finlay⚽

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