To celebrate World Book Day on Thursday our P7 reading ambassadors have been recording some bedtime stories for you to enjoy. You can vote for your favourite on Friday. Tonight’s story is ‘There’s a Bear in my Chair’ by Ross Collins. We hope you enjoy it!
One of Craigour Park’s most fantastic dance shows returns to the school in an exciting new production to enlighten and enthral. The show has a unique WWII twist. Based on the original Cinderella, hence Sandy and Ella, this show will blow you away with its amazing dances and our uniques crafts for sale. We all hope to see you there. You may be so entranced you will not be able to walk away.
Performance for P5 and P7 parents on Friday 7th December at 11am. Two tickets per family. P7 will be selling Christmas crafts and refreshments afterwards.
Great work everybody!
We can’t wait to meet all of our new Primary 1 pupils and their families!
Here is our plan for your first week of school:
Pupils enter alone through the Main Entrance to the school located at the front of the building. There will be many opportunities for photographs at the beginning and end of their first day. We kindly ask all parents to refrain from taking any pictures etc once we have opened the doors as our priority is to get the new pupils in and this can be quite time consuming.
At 11.30am families are welcome to enter the school through the Main Entrance and meet their child in their new classroom. There will be opportunities for photographs etc at this time.
Thursday and Friday 8.45-12pm
Children enter the school from the Dining Hall door located at the side of our main building. At the end of the session the children will leave through the Main Entrance located at the front of the school. We kindly ask families to be patient at this time as we have a lot of pupils to dismiss and each child will only leave their teacher once the member of staff has seen their parent/guardian.
We look forward to seeing you all!
We had a fantastic day out yesterday! We spent our morning at the Newhailes Estate in Musselburgh. The children used their learning from class to measure some of the trees in the woodland and calculated how old they were!
We then spent some time in the Weehailes play park. It was great fun!
Thank you so much go our adult helpers for joining us today! We all had a brilliant time.
We had such a fantastic time! The children and Miss Read were laughing from start to finish! We are so thankful to Mrs Cameron for thinking of us, this was a brilliant show that we all recommend to any families going to the Fringe this year!
Not only have P1/2 been growing sunflowers in class, but the pupils have also been looking after some Caterpillars! It’s amazing how much they’ve grown in just one week. Miss Read is so happy to be keeping them on her desk where they can stay warm.
We can’t wait to see them make their cocoons and become butterflies!