We are having lots of rainy and blustery weather this week! In ELC we learn to put on our own coats to keep us warm and cosy when playing outdoors. Here is Mrs Martin to show you her amazing magic trick that makes putting on your coat easy peasy! Give it a go at home!
Click the video below to hear a short message from Mrs Thomson, our new Early Years Officer. She is really looking forward to meeting you all soon!
There are lots of Scottish poems and songs! Which one do you like best? Watch these two short videos- maybe you could join in at home!
The RSPB is an organisation that helps protect birds and the places that they live, their “habitats”.
From the 29 – 31 January the RSPB organise an event called the Big Garden Birdwatch. People all over the country are asked to enjoy an hour watching nature and count the birds that they see in their garden, local park or from their balcony. Once people have counted the birds that they see they submit their findings online at rspb.org.uk/birdwatch. This information is used to help monitor which birds are doing well and which birds need some help. It helps the RSPB plan what next steps we all need to take to help protect birds and their habitats.
Why not get involved with your family?If you would like to take part you can simply register online and you can download an identification chart. Primary 1 could use their bird spotter guide form their Book Bug bag.
Here is Mrs Collins from Primary One to tell you more:
We would love to see any photos that you might take either bird watching or helping the birds.
At this time of year in Scotland we celebrate Burns Night to remember the famous poet Robert Burns. People like to listen to poems and songs, dance to Scottish music and eat special food, including haggis.
We have a special challenge for you to try all about haggis- watch the video below then look at the pictures underneath to find out more!
Enrolment Week has now ended. If you have a child:
- Due to start Primary One in August
- Moving from ELC3 to ELC4
- Due to start nursery
You must enrol your child. This includes if you are thinking of deferring entry to school.
Due to the current restrictions, enrolment has taken place online. If you have not yet enrolled your child, please visit the Scottish Borders Council website where you will find all the information you need. Here is the link: