Spring Festival and Daffodil Tea

The Learning Council and Forum are holding a Spring Festival and a Daffodil Tea on Friday 1st April from 10.30am til 12.30pm. Please come along and see the display of baskets and enjoy a cup of tea and some easter cakes. Any donations of home baking would be most welcome and can be handed in on Friday.

The Festival  is to create a Spring/Easter Garden in a basket. You may bring your own basket or buy one from school prices from £1.00 to £2 depending on size. There will be prizes in various categories for the baskets like Most Easter like, Most unusual, Most eye-catching, Least Easter like etc. Hope you can take part and enjoy being creative. Entries welcome from children and adults. Baskets can be handed in from Thursday 31st March. All baskets will be displayed at the daffodil tea.

Hope to see you at the daffodil tea on Friday

P4X Go Nuts About Brazil

P4x thoroughly enjoyed Fair Trade fortnight through learning about Fair Trade in Brazil. We studied the fascinating country of Brazil and learned about cotton and many fruits which are produced there. P4x are really concerned about the people working in Brazil who are still not being given a fair price for their products and hard work. Each child also gave a fantastic talk about Brazil and tasted lots of fruit which is grown there. You can ask us anything about the country now!

We have now begun to discover the Vikings and learn all about their lives, which has already been really fun and interesting. We were able to start the topic in an exciting way with a visit from Archaeology Scotland where we were able to make our very own Rune pendants and even took part in an archaeological dig to find Viking artefacts. It was fantastic! I am sure you will hear lots more about the Vikings next time…

P3 Check Out Fairtrade

We have been busy finding out about Fair Trade Coffee during Fair Trade Fortnight. Some of us got the chance to taste different types of coffee. Most of us gave it the thumbs down! During the project, we visited Tesco to see what kinds of Fair Trade products they sold, where they came from and how it compares in price. We were suprised to find that it often wasn’t much more expensive!
P3x have also done a great job on their Assembly. Working with the P7 Junior Road Safety Officers, P3x became honorary Mini-JRSOs for the day and helped to share messages about choosing safe places to play and choosing safe points to cross, all the while remembering to Stop, Look, Listen and Think.
We’re just starting to look at Forces as our next topic. We’ll be learning about pushing and pulling, gravity, friction and magnets! We’re all looking forward to doing some experiments. We’re also about to start a Maths In Context focus which will be all about money and involve practical real-life style problems.

Easter Chick Drive

The Parent Council are once again holding an Easter Chick Drive which is on Monday 28th March at 6.30pm. The ticket cost is £1 for Adults and 50p for children. The attached form gives all the details. Print off and return the attached form to school to get your tickets. It’s always a sell out so you need to be quick.

There will also be an “Easter Egg Tombola”

Donations of eggs for the tombola are requested, can they please be handed into the school, where possible, by Friday 25th March. All funds raised are used to benefit the school.

Easter Chick Drive Form

Football Team News

The Lasswade Lions recently played a match against Hopefield Primary. The game was a great test at the beginning going behind 3 – 0 but the boys showed good team spirit and played really well to win 6 – 3.

This team has the ability to be successful in all the upcoming tournament we enter. Well done boys.