So here we are at then end of the school year. The strangest end to a school year we’ve ever had. Thank you so much for all of the photos that have been sent to me over the course of the lockdown. They have brought a smile to my face and I hope have made you all feel connected. Take some time to look at our wonderful community! We can’t wait to see you in August and hope you have a safe, healthy and happy holiday. You all rock!
There are two people very much looking forward to welcoming our P1/2 class and P2 class. Check out the videos from Mrs Perez who will be teaching P2 and Ms Burke who will be teaching P1/2.
For all of our new children starting P1 in August, we can’t wait to meet you! And 3 people especially can’t wait. They are your P1 teachers. For children going into P1A, meet Mrs Lawrence and Mrs Swindon and for children entering P1B meet Mr Huggard!
Just a selection of the many amazing book characters that were walking the halls of Craiglockhart today! From Fantastic Mr Fox, Kipper, The Snail and the Whale and Paddington to Mr Law as John Darling from Peter Pan, everyone has enjoyed sharing their favourite characters and stories. A huge ‘well done’ to our brilliant House Captains who led wonderful, book inspired, assemblies for their houses this morning. Happy reading everyone!
As part of the 75th anniversary of the end of The Holocaust Primary 7A were invited to create ‘peace lanterns’ as part of an art project, with children from another 4 Edinburgh Primary Schools. They created their wonderful lanterns with Mrs Watson our art specialist then attended an event with the other primary schools to hear stories of the holocaust and discuss how they can inspire peace through their actions. The lanterns are now on exhibition at The Scottish Parliament and are a beautiful commemoration and reminder of what we can all do to make the world a more peaceful place.
Huge congratulations to our amazing P6/7 Sportshall Team who have been crowned Edinburgh Champions again for the third year running. It was a tightly fought competition this year but their drive, enthusiasm and dedication all paid off. They are now in training for the East of Scotland Championships in March. Well done everyone and a special thank you to our brilliant coaches Mr Sweet and Mr Huggard who give up so much of their own time for the team. We love this photo…fun and joy in spades!
Friday- Our campers our due back today after a week of mud and outdoor fun. Everyone is tired but happy and looking forward to hot baths and their own beds. Our campers had great fun at the disco last night and a good final nights sleep ready for their journey home. We are expecting them back at 2pm but please look out for a text message informing you of any changes.
Last week two of our Junior Road Safety Officers had the opportunity to attend a launch at The City Chambers. They met other JRSOs from around the city and attended workshops from different road safety organisation. They came away with lots of ideas and will be feeding back to our other JRSOs to make an action plan of activities for the school to take part in over the coming session. Watch this space…