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Coldingham Newsletter 14 2 18

Welcome back. We hope you had an enjoyable long weekend and managed to keep warm!

This week

We are focusing on our school value ‘Relationship’ this week – the importance of having positive connections with those around us.

Thursday 15th: P5 ‘Intergenerational Project’

Thursday 15th: Rugby Club, 3-4pm for P5-7 pupils.

Friday 16th: PE with Mrs Easton

Friday 16th: Dance Club with Mrs Easton at Brunch.

Next week

Monday 19th: P7s to Eyemouth High School for German Adventure. Packed lunch needed.

Monday 19th: Ukulele Club, 3-3.45. P5-7 pupils

Tuesday 20th: Knitting Grannies, 3-4pm for P5-7 pupils.

Tuesday 20th: RotaKids, 3-4pm for P4-7.

Wednesday 21st: Sports Club, 3-4pm for P1-3 pupils. 3 week block. £4.50. Contact school to book a place.

Thursday 22nd: No P5 ‘Intergenerational Project’ this week.

Thursday 22nd: P567 Cross Country race at Eyemouth PS. Nominated pupils only.

Thursday 22nd: Rugby Club, 3-4pm for P5-7 pupils.

Friday 16th: PE with Mrs Easton

Friday 16th: Dance Club with Mrs Easton at Brunch.

Coming up

Thursday 1st March: Our PFA have organised for Computer Explorers to visit the school. Working with all P1-7 pupils, this group teach current computing skills, including coding, to primary schools. This should be an excellent day of learning for our children.

Wednesday 7th March: Our Primary 6s will be heading to Galashiels to take part in the annual SBC ‘Euroquiz’. Our thanks to Ailsa McNeil for her support in training the team.

Berwickshire Localities Bid Fund

Have you registered your vote yet? If not, please go online or pop down to the Luckenbooth and get voting for our Samba Band project. Thank you

Inspire. Invest. Involve.

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