Welcome to East Craigs Primary School. We hope you like our new website. Please feel free to have a look around. Our class pages can be found under “Sharing Our Learning”.
Dear Parents and Carers
Due to the Amber weather warning, we are postponing the Meet The Teacher session planned for this evening, 19.9.18. We will update Parents and Carers with further information as soon as possible.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
We are having a great Health Week so far! Activities have included Mindfulness and Relaxation, Dance, Gymnastics and a healthy walk around the local area. Please follow us on Twitter to see photos and short clips from the week.
Our theme this year is ‘Health for All’; promoting the message that everybody should have equal access to a healthy lifestyle.
We are really enjoying our morning Wake and Shake sessions – thank you, Mrs Ali! These take place at 8.30am each day, with the exception of Thursday.
Friday 4th May 2018
We have had a great World of Work Week, with lots of interesting visitors coming to East Craigs to tell us about their jobs. We would like to say a big thank you to all of the volunteers. Please watch the video below to see some photo highlights:
Lots of photos of classes engaging with WoWW have also been shared on Twitter. Parents/ carers are encouraged to follow East Craigs. Alternatively, scroll down on this page to find the live Twitter feed.
Monday 30th April 2018
It is World of Work Week (WoWW) at East Craigs! All classes are engaging in a programme of talks and workshops led by various visitors. Thank You to all of the parents who have visited to talk about their jobs, as well as the volunteers from STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths): https://www.stem.org.uk/
Photos and updates from P1-7 are being posted on Twitter throughout the week.
We enjoyed watching the School of Rock and Dance Community Learning Teams in a collaborative performance this afternoon – well done to Miss Niven, Miss Mowat and all of the pupils involved! Please click on the photos below to enlarge them:
Please watch the School of Rock performance in the video below:
Here is the Dance group’s part of the performance:
The P3/4 disco will now be held on Wednesday 28th March in school 7-8.30pm. The P5/6 Disco has been moved to 25th April 7-8.30pm in school. These changes are due to the Snow Closures and the need to reschedule events already planned. Information about these events will be issued by PTA in due course.
We had a great time coming to school dressed as our favourite book characters today, for a belated World Book Day!
Watch the photo collage below to see some of our costumes:
Great effort with the ’10 Minute Read’ challenges too – thank you to everybody who sent in photos from home.
Finally, we would be very grateful if parents/carers could take a few minutes to complete a short feedback survey about the Book Week experience. This will be helpful to us when planning other school focus weeks in the future:
Welcome back, everybody!
Here are the remaining Book Week bedtime stories – well done to our P7 volunteers!
- The ‘Drop Everything and Read’ read-a-thon will now take place on Wednesday – remember to bring in a good book to read!
- Everybody is invited to come to school dressed as their favourite book character this Friday, 9th March
- Prizes and certificates for the ‘golden ticket hunt’ winners will be awarded at the re-scheduled Book Week assembly on Friday
Following a phenomenal team effort from more than 50 parents, carers and staff, to clear the entry and exit routes, car park and playground, not to mention the footpaths outside the school gates and a risk assessment having been undertaken, we are delighted to say that East Craigs will be open tomorrow – Monday 5th March.
Please do take care travelling to school tomorrow due to any potentially icy patches. Doors will be open at 8.30am for children to come right in to school.
Looking forward to seeing everyone in the morning!
Dear Parents and Carers
If you feel able to help us with this, please come along to school, wrapped up warm and with appropriate non slip footwear, and armed with snow clearing shovels. We are looking for help to clear entry and exit paths to the doors to the school and fire exits.
Any willing volunteers must sign a form stating that they are physically fit to carry out the snow clearing activity. We are attaching the form for you to read through. We will have copies for you to sign on arrival at the school.
Please note that there will be no access for cars to the school car park.
Many thanks in advance.
Kirsten Johnston and Shelley Graham