Weekly Newsletter 17th June 2016

 

Staffing update

Today you will receive information of your child’s teacher for next session.  We have a number of changes of staff after the summer.  Joyce Gorman will be retiring at the end of term.  Joyce has been a great part of our team for many years both as a class teacher and a Support for Learning teacher.  Celia Neilson will also be retiring this month.  Celia has been a Pupil Support Assistant for many years at Liberton Primary and has supported and cared for pupils both in the classroom and in the playground.  We wish them both the very best for the future.  We will also be saying farewell to Nicola Laing who will be leaving to take up a post at Leith Walk Primary and Jayne Henderson from the Nursery who will have completed her training as an Early Years Practitioner.  Carol Bremner will move to working part-time at the school and we will be using her talents in teaching art as a specialist teacher as well as class teaching next session.

Highlights of the week at Liberton Primary.

  • Unquestionably the biggest highlight of this week was the awesome Primary 7 production of Back to the Future.  The children were truly outstanding in their performances to the school and to parents.  Well done to them all and to Andy Theakston, Helen Calvert and Kim Brodie for their work in putting it all together.

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Weekly Newsletter 10th June 2016

Highlights of the week at Liberton Primary.

  • Well done to all our Primary 6 pupils who took part in a Cricket Festival in Inch Park on Tuesday.  They put in a great performance.
  • On Wednesday children from the Liberton After-School Club put on a great drama show for the school.  Their version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves was fantastic and the children all enjoyed learning their new dance.

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Weekly Newsletter 3rd June 2016

Highlights of the week at Liberton Primary.

  • Well done to all our pupils who took part in the Interscholastics Event at Meadowbank Stadium on Monday.  There were lots of great performances across the team with Liberton represented in many of the finals.  As always the children were excellent ambassadors for the school.
  • Also on Monday Primary 5 continued their ukulele lessons.

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