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Coldingham Newsletter 28 Nov 17

Coldingham Newsletter 28 Nov 17

This week

Book Week Scotland

The annual Book Week is being celebrated all this week. It is a wonderful opportunity to ‘put the spotlight’ on reading and books. Why not take part in Eyemouth Library’s ‘Edible Book’ competition? (See attached flyer)

Nursery trip to Paxton House

On Wednesday 29th Nov, our nursery pupils will visit Paxton House. How exciting!

Book Fair

The travelling book fair is in school for the next 2 weeks with a selection of top titles. Please pop in at your convenience to see what Christmas gifts or general reads you can snap up.

Next week

PFA Christmas Shopping Night (Monday 4th December)

6.30 – 8.30pm, Monday 4th Dec: The PFA are hosting their Christmas Shopping evening with a number of local producers and businesses selling their wares. The travelling book fair will also be available as will a children’s ‘pocket money’ stall.

Achievement Assembly

On Thursday 7th December, we will hold our termly Achievement Assembly. This is an opportunity for pupils to share some of their recent successes, particularly from out-with school. Please encourage your child to tell us about their swimming, music, Guides or any other success.

Coming up

Christmas Show

Please make sure the evening of Monday 11th December in your diary and start telling your wider family and friends. The P1-3 show starts at 6pm and the P4-7 show starts at approximately 6.30pm. The PFA will be holding their annual Christmas raffle prize draw on the night.

Dates for your diary

Wednesday 29th Nov– Flu Immunisations

Monday 4th Dec – PFA Christmas Shopping Evening

Thursday 7th Dec – Achievement Assembly

Monday 11th Dec – Christmas Show

Monday 18th Dec – Christmas parties

Tuesday 19th Dec – Carols at The Priory, 9am. All welcome.

Tuesday 19th Dec – Christmas dinner. Details to follow.

Thursday 21st Dec – School trip to see The Maltings pantomime.

Thursday 21st Dec – 3pm – School closes for Christmas.

Monday 8th Jan 2018 – Back to school

Pupil News

ELC

Finlay: I like to stay and play with the fire Engine at Nursery, it goes Wee wa wee wa!

Kitty: I played with Lawson and I hope we can have Hot Chocolate at Nursery soon.

Lawson: I am enjoying learning the Nativity songs.

Ava: We did Show and Tell.

Tom: P.E is my favourite day at Nursery because I like to run fast.

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