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Newsletter 14 May 2018

Newsletter 14 May 2018

Outdoor Learning Week: We think last week was a great success, with many pupils commenting on how much they enjoyed getting outdoors and learning in a different way.

Sunshine – Sun safe: Reminder -The wonderful weather is very welcome but we must make sure our children are sun safe. As appropriate, please apply sun cream at the start of each school day, send your child with a sun hat and make sure they have a water bottle every day. Thank you.

P4 Football Festival & P6 Rugby Festival – Thursday 17th May: Children in P4 and P6 will be travelling to Ayton PS for the morning. Please ensure your child has suitable outdoor PE kit, a water bottle and a snack. Photos will be taken for use in the press, Live Borders publications and/or websites. Please get in touch if you do not give permission for photos. They will be back in school for lunch.

PFA Spring Fair – Saturday 19th May, 10 – 12pm: Remember to come back to school on Saturday for the annual PFA Spring Fair. Tell your friends and family – all welcome!

Coldingham Craft Fair – Saturday 19th May, 10am: While you’re in the village for our Spring Fair, why not pop down to the Village Hall and take a look at the craft fair. PLUS – some of our pupil’s art work will be on display during the morning.

Primary 5 Countryside Day – Tuesday 22nd May: Next week sees our P5 pupils head over to Kelso Showground for the annual Countryside Day. This new tradition provides all P5 pupils across SBC with valuable learning and experiences about rural and agricultural life. Please sign and return the attached EV2 as soon as possible.

WHAT’S ON?

This week = National Digital Learning Week

Monday
Tuesday 3 – 4pm: Lego Club
Wednesday 10 – 1pm: P7s to EyHS

P6 Rugby workshop

3 – 4pm: Gardening Club (P1-3)

3 – 4pm: Sports Club (P4-7) Booking essential via Active Schools.

Thursday 10 – 12pm: P4 Football Festival & P6 Rugby Festival (Ayton PS)

PE with Mrs Knighton

Friday
Saturday 10 – 12pm: Spring Fair – All welcome

Next week = Walk to school week

Monday 3 – 4pm: Rotakids
Tuesday P5 Countryside Day

3 – 4pm: Lego club

Wednesday 10 – 1pm: P7s to EyHS

3 – 4pm: Sports Club (P4-7)

Thursday PE with Mrs Knighton
Friday

Class News

ELC News

This week we have been looking at Volcanoes. We made our own from an empty juice bottle and paper mache, we added vinegar, bicarbonate of soda, washing up liquid and food colouring to make it erupt.
Felix – we made a volcano and it erupted.
Lawson – I painted the volcano, I used brown, grey and black paint on the volcano. We used orange and red paint for the lava coming down the sides.
Finlay – it’s got lava.

Coldingham ELC4’s also got to meet their buddies in preparation for going into p1 in August. We have lots of exciting activities arrange for the coming weeks.

P1,2

Primary 1 and 2 had a super week. We listened to Where The Wild Things are and drew wild things! We went on a hunt in the woods to look for wild things. We found some! We looked at the houses in our village. We wrote down what saw. We saw all sorts of houses.

P3,4,5 News

Anna liked painting the paper mache bowls. Effie liked going out for maths. Scarlett D liked art. Sophia and Ronan liked outdoor learning week. Jessica C liked maths and so did Katie R.

Katie N liked P.E. Lexi enjoyed P.E.

By Katie N. and Lexi

P5,6,7 News

We made a bug hotel, thank you for donating stuff to make it.

The whole class enjoyed the making the bug hotel.

Alexander enjoyed the puberty talk.

Logan enjoyed making his own song.

Coralie enjoyed Logan’s song.

We had P.E with Mrs Knighton

We had our pop up restaurant assembly.

From Logan and Sophie BYE!!!!!!!!!!

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