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”.
We are looking forward to taking part in Book Week at East Craigs! Everybody should have received a letter with details about the different activities taking place each day of next week. Remember to complete your ’10 Minute Read’ challenges and return your sheet to be entered into a class prize draw! Also, please email any photos to the school office (FAO Mrs Millar, P2/3).
On Friday 2nd March, everybody is invited to come to school dressed up as their favourite book character. Look at last year’s super costumes for inspiration!
Lots of exciting learning has taken place during our Scots fortnight at East Craigs, which concluded with our special Burns Day assemblies. Well Done to all of the poetry winners – the standard was exceptionally high this year. We also want to say a huge Thank You to Mr Smith and his friend who played the bagpipes at both the P1-3 and P4-7 assemblies. What a great way to celebrate the East Craigs Scots fortnight and Burns Day!
We are delighted to bring you our very own twitter page! It would be excellent to have parents, carers and family members follow us. Please click the link below to take you to our page. Alternatively we have embedded a live feed which can be found at the bottom of this page, where you can view our twitter updates.
Here are the photographs taken during our wonderful trip to Dynamic Earth! Enjoy!
Please find below the link to the new Craigmount after school club. This is also available to view in our “useful links” section along with links to the other after school clubs serving East Craigs”.
Please do take some time to fill in our Homework Survey. The aim of the survey is to gather the views of the whole school community about the amount and type of homework given, the range of models used for issuing and collecting homework and also the amount of support needed to complete homework activities. It will be live on the website until 6th November. The results of the survey will be used to inform the development of our Homework Policy moving forward.
Survey for Early Learning and Childcare
The Scottish Government plans to expand Early Learning and Childcare services to almost double the number of funded hours from 600 currently to 1140 each year. These extra hours will be available to all children aged 3 or 4 years old and will be in place by session 2020/21. Families should have choice and flexibility in how they use services – including whether they use all of their child’s funded hours and whether they use them during school term time or throughout the year.
City of Edinburgh Council want to find out what your experience of Early Learning and Child Care is really like in Edinburgh, whether you use it or not, what you like and if there is anything you think could be changed or improved.
Please do have your voice heard by completing the surveys below.
We have had a great response to our ‘Healthy Selfie’ photo competition – well done, everyone! We hope that you enjoy watching the photo collage showing all the different entries. The winners will be announced at our special Health Week assembly tomorrow!
Thank you to all of the families who have submitted recipes for our ‘East Craigs does Masterchef’ competition – there are so many great ideas and everybody has put in a huge amount of effort. The winners of this competition will be announced at assembly next Friday, 22nd June.
We were excited to welcome back Veronica this year who delivered fantastic yoga sessions to primary 1 and primary 7. Primary 1 especially enjoyed her storyline approach and everyone felt relaxed and energized!