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This is a reminder that all P3 and all P4 children will have their school Christmas party on the afternoon of Tuesday 18th December (tomorrow). Children who are getting ready at home may be picked up from 12pm and should return to school for 1pm.
If you are not picking up your child, it would be appreciated if they could bring some party clothes in with them so that they can change in the afternoon.
Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated.
We would like to thank everyone for buying their child’s Christmas craft at the fayre. Thank you also to all those who kindly donated very tasty home-baking. We managed to raise a whopping £205.30 for nursery funds to spend on your child.
Many thanks to everyone who supported our Christmas Fayre! There was a fantastic turnout. It was great to see so many people here. The amount raised so far is just over £1,400 which is an amazing total. Parent Council and Nursery figures are still to be finalised. Christmas Crafts will be available to purchase at the Christmas Concert on Friday.
The Prize winners were as follows:
The Entry Raffle:
- Mr Melia (Kate Primary 4)
- Ms Gillian McCulloch (Georgia P1/2)
- Mrs M Switkowska (Aniela P5)
Guess the number of sweets in the jar: 248 was Maisie P3/4
Guess the Build –a – Bear’s birthday was the 22nd of June – Guessed by Ava P5 and Maci
Guess the Random Number for a Kindle was number 57 – Jenson – Nursery
The Christmas Tree 50/50
Ms G McCulloch won 17.50 in the green Christmas tree magic square draw a Mrs C Cherry won £15 on the red.
If you have not received your prize please contact the school office.
Primary 7/6 had lots of fun this afternoon creating delicious treats for the Christmas Fayre tomorrow!
We hope you enjoy them and we are all looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow!
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Well done to our Choir! Let them bring you some Christmas cheer. Watch and listen to them on the West Lothian website.
Which is your favourite?
For the safety of our children, no parents should be in the playgrounds at any time.
Thank you for you for your continued support in this matter.
Well what a great time was had by all! Aladdin banished the wicked sorcerer, freed the genie of the lamb, saved the princess and lived happily ever after. The children booed and hissed at the baddies and cheered and laughed at the goodies . There was a little ” he’s behind you ” and a few ” oh no he didn’t ” thrown in for good measure.