Weekly Newsletter 15th June 2018

Last week at Liberton Primary

  • Well done to our Drama Club who on Tuesday put on a fantastic pirate-themed end of term show.
  • On Wednesday Primaries 2 and 4 looked fabulous in their pyjamas as they heard from acclaimed author John Fardell.  As part of our Libby Reads project they talked about reading at bedtime and even made up their own story together.   Thank you to all the parents who attended.
  • Also on Wednesday our P6 pupils had
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Weekly Newsletter 8th June 2018

Last week at Liberton Primary

  • On Monday our P6 classes were visited by the University of Edinburgh Widening Participation project.  This programme seeks to encourage more children to consider studying at university when they are older.
  • On Tuesday morning we had a brilliant P1-7 Sports Day.  Thank you to everyone who came along to support the children and congratulations to Scotland who were our winning team.
  • On Wednesday the Primary 7s had
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Weekly Newsletter 1st June 2018

Last week at Liberton Primary

    • Well done to our team of runners from P7 and other year groups who took part in the Edinburgh Marathon Festival on Saturday.  They looked fabulous running in school colours and ran their hearts out.
    • The athletic theme continued on Monday with a team of P6 and P7 pupils representing the school at the Interscholastic Athletics competition.  Well done to Murray Stewart who was second in the cricket ball throw.
    • On Tuesday the children thoroughly enjoyed M&M Productions’ adaptation of The Hobbit.

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Weekly Newsletter 25th May 2018

Last week at Liberton Primary

    • On Monday the school was closed for the Victoria Day Bank Holiday.
    • On Tuesday the SPCA visited the school to lead workshops across the classes on protecting and caring for animals.
    • Also on Tuesday we welcomed another group of new P1 pupils in for their play afternoon.  We were really impressed by how confidently they took part in the afternoon and how welcoming our current P1 pupils were.

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Weekly Newsletter 18th May 2018

 

Last week at Liberton Primary

  • This week we had our Reflection Jotter week where the children collate their work in a single jotter, take time to reflect on the progress they have made in their learning and plan their next steps.
  • On Tuesday our P6 pupils organised the Great Libby Bake Off.  The event was extremely successful and raised £342 towards their trip to Benmore next session.  Thank you to everyone who baked the cakes, bought items on the day and also congratulations to our winners who created some truly impressive bakes.
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Weekly Newsletter 11th May 2018

 

Last week at Liberton Primary

    • On Monday the school was closed for the May Bank Holiday.  It sounded like everyone had a great time enjoying the sunshine.
    • On Tuesday school staff were in school for an in-service day and had a very full day evaluating the work of this year and making plans for next session.
    • On Wednesday P6 classes had another True Colours workshop from Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council.

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Weekly Newsletter 4th May 2018

 

Last week at Liberton Primary

  • Well done to everyone who took part in our Adult Football Tournament at the Corn Exchange on Sunday (see below).
  • Our Primary 6s had a great Activities Week.  They visited Hopetoun House, Craigmillar Castle, the National Museum of Scotland, and got to try out lots of fun activities such as cycling, yoga, rugby, football and much more.
  • On Tuesday Ukulele lessons continued for P4 and P5 and Bikeability for P5A.
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Weekly Newsletter 27th April 2018

Last week at Liberton Primary

  • This week we had our annual World of Work Week with a focus across the school on giving children the chance to learn about possible career and study paths for their future.  It has been great hearing of the children’s ambitions for their future and the inspiration they have got from hearing visiting speakers.  Thank you to all the parents who have contributed to the programme of visits.  Thank you also to Ms Mackintosh for organising the week.
  • On Monday we held a Careers Fair for pupils from P5-7.  Thank you to all the parents and organisations who contributed to this.
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