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Newsletter 4 March 2019

Coldingham Primary School
4 March 2019

Our Values: READY RESPECTFUL SAFE

Dear Parents/ Carers

White T-Shirts! – P6 /7 are still on the lookout for white t-shirts to tie-dye to wear at the Dance Festival which is being held on Tuesday 19 March.

Drugs & Alcohol prevention: an awareness session for parents is being held at Eyemouth High School on Wednesday 6 March from 5 – 6.30pm. All welcome.

Photographer: – The school photographer will be in school on Monday 11 March to take group / class photos. Still time to order one!

EuroQuiz: – Primary 6 pupils are busy practising for the EuroQuiz with Ailsa McNeill. A team of 4 plus reserves will travel to Galashiels on Wednesday 13 March to take part in the Borders quiz. Final 4 still to be decided!

Comic Relief:- Friday 15 March. Donations welcome. Pupils can wear something red if they wish. There will be a ‘Danceathon’ where pupils will dance all morning and a silent room where pupils can take part in activities – in silence! Prizes to be won!

Red noses will be on sale in school on Monday 11 March at a cost of £1.25 each.

Parent Consultations: – Tuesday 19 March 3.15 – 5.15pm/ Thursday 21 March 6 – 8pm. Please go to http://parents-booking.co.uk/coldinghamps

Login to see which appointments are available and select one that is convenient for you.

You will need:

  • Your title and surname (these must match those we have on record for you)
  • Your child’s first name, surname and date of birth

The system is live from Monday 4 March

World Book Day:- To celebrate World Book Day on Thursday 7th March, children are invited to dress up as a favourite book character. No cost! Just fun!

Borders Cross Country:- The P7 boys team will be representing Coldingham at the Border cross country championships at Netherdale, Galashiels on Thursday 14 March. Please complete the EV2 form, which your child has.

Next PFA Meeting: – Friday 15th March 8.45am

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