Forest Schools at Lawfield

‘ We went on the minibus regularly to Straiton where we went to the forest.  When we were there we climbed trees and found a muddy slope that we could slide down. 

It was all made really cool by roasting marshmallows on an open fire. We all got turns each to light the fire.

We also made swings with rope and whittled wood to make bows and arrows, using the left overs for the fire.  

Forest schools is fun that gives you a chance to do something new that you don’t usually get to do.  I got to make fireside toast.  I don’t usually get to do that.  It makes learning different and lots of fun.  I got on with people I didn’t think I could.’

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

We have enjoyed using word searches to help us with our spelling!

We wrote about why we may need to see the dentist after visiting the chocolate factory!

We made our own Golden Tickets before ‘visiting our chocolate factory!

Playing in the river of chocolate !

We have all been working very hard! Willy Wonka was impressed!

Assembly 1st July 2016

The video files of the performances are very large, I am trying my best to find a quick way to upload them.

Here are some photos from our final assembly of the year and below you will find one of the performance videos –

 

 

Parenting in Midlothian

We are delighted to announce that we have set up a new website which gives all the information relating to parenting in Midlothian.

All future courses will be advertised on this website which can be accessed on –

http://www.parentinginmidlothian.co.uk/

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We owe a great debt of gratitude to our web designer Monika Moreno.

Many Thanks, Tricia Di Duca

Football Dads

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Football Dads

Our first football match with our friends at Prestonpans Infant School is taking place on Thursday 30th June at 6pm.  Transport to Prestonpans will be provided.

Keep an eye on our facebook page and twitter account for more details.

Many thanks to Tim Porteus, Mr Wood and Kevin Park for organising this event.

If you are available to take part please register your interest on our facebook page so I can pass names to Mr Wood or alternatively you can send him a note to school.