The Scottish Government now provides funding to allow three and four-year-old children to receive 600 hours of free early learning and childcare every year. That works out at around 16 hours every week over school term times. From August 2015, some families with two-year-old children also qualify to receive the free early learning and childcare. […]
Good luck to all the children who are moving on to school after the summer holidays. Everyone at Heathrigg would like to wish you all well for the future. Remember to come back and visit us. Thank you to all the parents, carers and other family members who came along to support the children. It was […]
We have been cleaning our house ready to make it in to a Story Den. You can help us by recycling things you no longer want. This is what the children would like for in their story den. Wallpaper Canvas pictures Cushions We have already had a peice of carpet donated and are […]
Thank you to everyone who voted for their favourite book on World Book Day. As you can see the favourite story in the morning was The Three Little Pigs with Goldilocks and the Three Bears second. In the afternoon these stories each received the same amount of votes. Did your favourite win?
We had lots of fun walking around the village with our parents, grandparents and aunts. We were using our senses to see what we could hear, see and smell. We saw some funny things including a boat, lions and a spaceman.
The children have been enjoying singing along to some counting songs on the Smartboard. They will be choosing some of their favourites to post on the Blog. Keep a look out for them and we hope you will enjoy singing along with them at home.
Well done to all the children for a fantastic performance of Whoops-a-Daisy Angel. I’m sure all the the parents and freinds enjoyed it as much as we did.
The children had a fantastic time playing in the snow. They all talked about how cold it was and that they needed their gloves on to build a snowman.
Over the next few weeks the children will be: exploring letters and different ways to mark make. exploring time, changing seasons, celebrations and how they links to their world learning to make choices and share their experiences performing a Christmas Nativity They will be doing this through exploring St Andrews Day, Winter and Christmas. The staff and children have some […]
The children enjoyed lots of fun activities to raise money for Children in Need. Some even dressed as Super Heroes. Well done everyone we raised £60.00