It has been a short but busy week here in school and nursery.
Today, Mrs Newton and P6A led a very interesting assembly about democracy and The Scottish Parliament. We also found out about some exciting plans for Fairtrade Fortnight which begins next week.
Our nursery children started their work on Fairtrade today by ordering some Fairtrade bananas on the Internet for snack!
There will be lots of Fairtrade activities and competitions in school over the next two weeks and we will be holding a Bake Sale on 7th March.
Last night, many families came along to the Fun Languages Evening at Linlithgow Primary School. This was a hugely successful event which saw French and Spanish languages being promoted through songs, games and other activities. Thank you to Mrs Gordon and the rest of the staff who helped to organise this. We continue to teach French from nursery to P7 and Spanish in upper stages.
Mr Wells and I have been very busy visiting lots of different classes this week to take part in writing lessons and to check that we are delivering high quality writing experiences for our children. We are delighted with the standard of writing produced by our pupils across all stages. Thank you to all staff who continue to work extremely hard and take on board guidance to continually improve.
Pupil Achievements this week:
-Well done to two of our lovely P1 pupils! Firstly to L for her gymnastics award and also to D for going on an adventure down a mine!
Have a super weekend!
Miss Baillie x