Grandparents’/Special Person Day in Nursery

This week we have been sharing our learning in nursery with some very special people. Our children had the opportunity to invite a grandparent or a special person to nursery and explore the activities available to our children. Everyone was very excited and seemed to enjoy both sessions. Over both days we had over 100 visitors and have been delighted with the very positive feedback received.

Our special visitors have commented that the children  have been learning – how to make soup with sticks and mud, how to share, ball skills in the outdoor area, co-operation and how to be creative.

Some of the comments from our visitors has stated – “we loved the songs, the children were all involved”, “what an exciting nursery, I wish I could have stayed longer” and “keep up the great work.”

All the staff and children at Bonnytoun Nursery would like to thank everyone who attended.

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Smarter Ways to Travel to School

Give Everyone Space!

A new campaign is being launched week commencing 9th May.  The campaign is aimed at vehicle drivers, asking them to give everyone cycling space on the road, as much space as you would give a car. Further information can be found here:

Cycle Friendly

Springfield Primary School are the first cycle friendly school in West Lothian! We are very proud!

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Walk to School Week 16th – 20th May

Living Streets run a national Walk to School Week annually, this year on 16th to 20th May. Classroom resources for a structured 5 day challenge are available for both primary and secondary schools. On Tuesday 17th May, Happy Shoesday, schools are invited children, teachers and staff to wear their happiest shoes to school and donate £1 to Living Streets, a registered charity promoting walking and safer pedestrian environments.


Lambs visit nursery again!

Our afternoon children and children attending on a Monday also had the opportunity to see some lambs. Well done to Charlie in P6 who came down from school and shared his knowledge about his lambs. Some of our boys and girls even had the opportunity to feed the lambs from a bottle.


Bonnytoun Nursery

Over the last few weeks, we’ve had great excitement in nursery.

At the beginning of December we had the opportunity to view a performance by Mousetale Puppets. The children really enjoyed this and had the opportunity to touch the puppets afterwards and find out how they were made.


Our children also had great fun at our nursery parties and were so excited when Santa arrived to deliver presents.

This week we have been so proud of all our confident children  who have performed brilliantly during our six Christmas Singalongs.



This week the nursery ladies have been so proud of all the children!


Springfield Primary School’s Christmas Church Service 2015

We are so proud of our pupils and staff as they led us into a celebration at this very special time of year. Pupils from all classes are taking part in our Church Service at St. Michael’s in Linlithgow. We have a host of talent from singing, drama and music. Pupils from P1 are taking part in the Nativity scene whilst pupils from P2 – P7 are sharing readings from ‘Twas the Night of Jesus’s Birth’.

Musical talents are shared including a whole orchestra of instruments including: brass, recorders, flutes, strings, choir, ukeleles, Music Buds and of course the choir singing. We are so proud of our pupils and staff at Springfield Primary and Bonnytoun Nursery and sincerely hope everyone enjoys this very special service.

We would like to thank everyone for their help and support making this happen.

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Christmas Fayre 2015

On Friday 4th December, our school was transformed into a Winter Wonderland! There were various stalls offering gifts and goodies from pupils, parents and partners. The morning was a huge success and great fun was had by all. We managed to raise a whopping £1750 for school funds. A huge thank you to our amazing P.T.A. and everyone who contributed and offered support for this event.