A new version of Dear Zoo

This week in P1C the children enjoyed revisiting a nursery favourite – “Dear Zoo” by  Rod Campbell.

They were able to make up their own pages to tell the reader about some different animals. By using Wow words such as lazy, noisy, smelly, squeaky and cheeky they were able to say why they had to send the animal back.

Super work P1C! 

         

An Open Invitation

Dear Parents

Liberton High School Presentation for Parents

On Wednesday 3rd June 2015 at 7.00pm Liberton High School Headteacher Stephen Kelly, accompanied by some students from the school, will visit Liberton Primary to give a presentation on the high school.  This evening will be open to parents from all year groups.  In addition to the presentation Mr Kelly will answer questions from parents.  This is an ideal opportunity for any parent who would like to find out more about life at Liberton High School and plans for the future.

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Star of the Week

IMG_0051[1] IMG_0053[1]Thank you to all of our class stars for this week. It was great to see the wide range of achievements – some for increased effort, some for working well with peers, some for a particular success for a classroom challenge this week. Well done to all of you. You are what makes Craigour Park brilliant!

Nursery Chick-Watch 2015!

We are all very excited about our new nursery friends….keep checking back for updates!

We had 10 eggs delivered to our nursery on Tuesday.

We had 10 eggs delivered to our nursery on Tuesday.

On Wednesday at 11 am, one little egg started to crack...

On Wednesday at 11 am, one little egg started to crack…

Our first little chick hatched at 11.00 and we were all very excited...

Our first little chick hatched at 11.00 and we were all very excited…

Chick number two arrived at 11.50am....

Chick number two arrived at 11.50am….

Our third chick hatched at 1.20....

Our third chick hatched at 1.20….

At 1.30 another little chick struggled out...

At 1.30 another little chick struggled out…

By 2.30 on Wednesday we had four little fluffy chicks!

By 2.30 on Wednesday we had four little fluffy chicks!