Our latest Nursery newsletter is attached. Happy reading!!
Happy reading 🙂
Elle and Hayley can ride their bikes without stabilisers
Rose slept in her own bed all night by herself
Jamie can get dressed by himself
Jude got a certificate and his first stripe in Little Tiger Cubs
Maisie got a swimming badge
The whole school have been involved in THE RIGHT TO PLAY AND REST poster competition.
We chose a winner from each class including the nursery and have had these blown up to be displayed in our playground. Here is Laiba and Sophie with their winning posters.
We are hoping to apply for our Level 2 award very shortly and this competition along with the work of the steering group on a playground charter has been part of a focus on Article 31 – The Right of Every Child to Play and Rest.
Thanks to everyone who took part in the competition.
From the nursery to P7, our pupils shared memories, poems, songs and a special film to say how much we will miss her.
Tomorrow is Miss Donaldson’s final day and I am sure you will join with us at LPS in saying a massive thank you to her and wish her well in her new post. We will miss you 🙁
Please find attached a copy of the Parent Council Scavenger Hunt which can be completed over the February holidays.
CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES IS FRIDAY 26th FEBRUARY – Happy Hunting!!!
Please see all our winning posters judged by our Rights Respecting Schools Steering Group.
Thanks to everyone for all their efforts.
We look forward to seeing these posters displayed around our playground soon.
With news from our nursery, P4 pupils and about the Bridges to Schools project our P6 pupils took part in at the Scottish Mining Museum.
Lots of out of school achievements shared and of course dates for your diary.