Weekly Newsletter 30th November 2018

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas……..

We have nearly reached the end of a very busy and successful term at Liberton Primary School. It is hard to believe that I have been here such a short time.

Over the last few weeks, our children have continued to excel in a number of areas and the focus on academic achievement has been ongoing. There has been an extensive range of extracurricular events which highlights the willingness of children to get involved and staff being prepared to go the extra mile in organising such a wide range of activities. Liberton School continues to flourish because of the commitment of children, staff and parents and we celebrate outstanding achievement as well as the personal enrichment and development of our children.

Sadly, this term we will say farewell to Mrs Govan who has left to have her second baby. We wish her and her family our congratulations and all the best. We hope to see the baby after the Christmas break.

We have a lot of events organised from now until
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Weekly Newsletter 23rd November 2018

Library book donations

A huge thanks for all of the books kindly donated for our Treetops library.  We are busy putting books onto the system and have a good number now, so we don’t need any more donations at the moment.

Once all of the books are on the system we will let you know if more are needed!

Thank You to Mrs Smith, Mrs MacKintosh and our fabulous group of parents for all their efforts
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Weekly Newsletter 16th November 2018

Headteacher Update

Liberton Primary School Diving Success
Divers representing Liberton, Royal High, Sciennes, Duddingston, Heriots, Gracemount, and Parsons Green recently took part in the Liz Atkinson Talent Games.

After a highly competitive competition with all divers giving their best, Liberton Primary School pupils took home 4 of the 6 medals for the Year 2 competition!

Year 2 – 9 & Under
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Weekly Newsletter 9th November 2018

Headteacher update: Another amazing week at Liberton Primary I have been getting to know our children in a variety of different contexts; class, breakfast club, lunches and playground which I have thoroughly enjoyed.
This term is traditionally one of the busiest with lots going on. As we countdown for the Winter break, this year there is no exception. I hope you will be able to find time to join us in the many activities which are taking place between now and the end of 2018. Our first event begins next week with Children in Need.

This week, I met with class representatives and visited the nursery to get children’s ideas and suggestions on how we are going to recognise Children in Need this year at Liberton
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