Very well done for cycling 10km on the Wee Jaunt for Pedal for Scotland. You must be very fit!!!
Our School Improvement Plan for session 2019-2020 and our Standard and Quality Report for session 2018-2019 are now available on our school website at the following address: https://eastcalderprimary.westlothian.org.uk/article/16970/School-Documents
P5 have been super busy this morning. We were taking part in team building activities in the forest and then we built rockets together. We nominated one person from our team to set the rocket off to see how far it would go. The team who could make their rocket fly the furthest won!
P6A were harnessing their ICT skills today and creating some amazing pieces of work. We cannot wait to present them and learn from each other!
We were all up bright and early this morning and ate a good breakfast. We have done lots of great team building activities including team challenge in the forest and rocket launch. We're a bit wet and soggy but are hoping it will brighten up for this afternoon's activities.
Our fortnightly Homework Club will begin tomorrow lunch time for children who would like support or to access resources needed to complete their new grid issued on Monday. Children are welcome to come along to the Library from 12.45 after they have had their lunch .
We have all arrived safely and eaten a hearty lunch. The children are all settled into their rooms and are about to enjoy the afternoon activities. It's stopped raining and we're all in great spirits, will keep you posted!
Well done to both girls in Primary 7/6L who participated in the Pedal for Scotland event on Sunday. Starting at 7am they cycled from Linlithgow to Edinburgh. The girls cycled an impressive 10 miles!
The children have enjoyed going for regular walks and exploring our local park and library. They have been learning how to confidently cope with everyday / new situations understand the expectations of behaviour and following rules (holding hands, getting ready to go out and staying close to nursery ladies when out and about) demonstrate different ... Continue reading "EXPLORING OUR COMMUNITY"