Head Teacher Post

This week we have being sharing One Kind Word with each other, the theme of this year’s Anti-Bullying Week. Kindness is such an important value to us at Leith. It has been lovely to hear how our pupils have shown kindness towards each other. Some of them have even made it to today’s Recognition Book.

New Staff

At this week’s LPPC meeting, we were delighted to announce the long list of new staff who have been recently appointed at interview.

Six new Pupil Support Assistants have been appointed: 

  • Ms Sara Gatton* 
  • Ms Sabia Begum*
  • Ms Julia Gavilan
  • Ms Yvonne Thomas
  • Mr Stuart Paul
  • Ms Sara Shafiq 
  • Mr Kevin Matthews* (until Christmas)

Additional CEC funding for support with play-based pedagogy in schools means that Mrs Stewart from nursery will support Primary 1 with learning through play and Ms Clodagh Weir will begin supporting Primary 3 with learning and development from Monday in addition to the PSAs currently in those classes.

Plans for additional support groups targeting numeracy, literacy, social, emotional and communication skills across all year groups have been made to start as soon as new staff are in post.

Elspeth Edwards has been successfully appointed as our new PEF funded Pupil Support Officer with a remit of supporting targeted nurture and positive mental health interventions for pupils and linked support for parents.

An additional PEF funded class teacher will soon be appointed to enable class release for teachers to lead on a range of school improvements including: 

  • Embedding the Leith Primary School Learning and Teaching Toolkit 
  • Development of pupils’ numeracy skills in P4 and P5
  • Developing Outdoor Learning opportunities for pupils
  • Driving forward digital learning across the school and nursery
  • Targeted support for Primary 5 with social & emotional skills and writing 
  • Further targeted support for Care Experienced pupils and Young Carers
  • Raising pupils’ aspirations for lifelong learning and the world of work

Congratulations to Mrs Kean who has been successfully promoted as the new Business Manager at Lorne Primary. Ms Cathrine Rose will join us as the new Office Administrator on Mrs Kean’s departure. Congratulations also to Mrs Kelly, one of our longest serving PSAs, who has also been successful in being promoted to part-time Office Administrator at Stanwell Nursery. We wish both very well in their new promoted posts.

*already started in post

External Supports and Parenting Programmes

The Parent and Carer Support Team have transferred valuable information on free or low cost programmes, activities and groups available for families which were previously listed in their booklets and leaflets to this online version. They hope this will make it much easier for parents and professionals to find support when it is needed. 

Find up to date information on the support and activities available for families across Edinburgh at www.edinburgh.gov.uk/supportforfamilies

If you need help finding support for you or your child, email supportingparentsandcarers@edinburgh.gov.uk


Parent-Teacher Consultations

Many thanks again to parents and carers for attending the first parent-teacher consultation this month. We would appreciate if you could take a few minutes to give us your feedback so we can take your views onboard when planning for the future. Please click HERE.

Well Done to Everyone in Today’s Recognition Book

MarthaPrimary 1/2Martha is always kind and respectful to her classmates and goes out of her way to make others feel included. Thanks for bringing a little bit of sunshine to our class every day! 
LibbyPrimary 1aLibby has been trying particularly hard this week to be a kind friend, using kind words and actions. Well done Libby!
FreyaPrimary 1bFreya has been extremely kind this week, making sure she holds doors for her classmates and remembering to thank those who hold the door for her. She also showed kindness to a new member of our class by offering to play with her. Well done, Freya!
AaronPrimary 2Aaron applied his learning from our reading sessions to improve his writing, taking responsibility for himself – well done!
SunnyPrimary 3aThis week when we were sharing kind words about each other so many people mentioned Sunny as someone who is kind, caring and thoughtful. What a great friend you are Sunny!
Shaniah Primary 3bShaniah always tries her hardest to be kind to everyone in the school. She is helpful and friendly and always cheers others up.
AlexaPrimary 4aAlexa is always willing to help. She is kind to everyone an very caring. She noticed what might need to be done and always offers to do it. Well done Alexa 🙂 
HadleyPrimary 4bHadley has recently made fantastic progress with his reading.  Great job Hadley, well done!
ArthurPrimary 5aArthur for his kindness in supporting others to learn new skill in our PE this week.
AmnaPrimary 5bFor always being a kind and considerate member of p5b
StevenPrimary 6Steven showed kindness and consideration towards his classmates when he came up with an idea to share his group reward with other pupils if they had not had a chance to have this reward yet! This was a very kind and generous thought, which others have also said they will take up. 
MurrayPrimary 7aMurray is always willing to help to undertake any jobs that need doing in the classroom and around the school.  He often supports with handing out lunches and does this responsibly.  Well done Murray!
Autumn Primary 7bFor always treating people with kindness and a caring attitude and for demonstrating respect and responsibility in her perfecting role.

Head Teacher Post

Tomorrow marks World Kindness Day and I have been delighted to see so many acts of kindness amongst our pupils this week, especially as it is one of our important school values. Kindness comes in many guises, whether it is holding the door for each other, showing consideration for a classmate in need or helping a friend with a problem in the playground, our pupils have demonstrated this value in spades this week.

Anti-Bullying Week

Next week, is Anti-Bullying Week. Our Rights Respecting School reps met with Miss Wilson this week to talk about how the school will highlight this important matter which they have linked to Article 19 of the UNCRC – the right to be protected from violence, abuse and neglect. This year the theme is One Kind Word, demonstrating that what we say to someone can make all the difference and lead to the spread of more kind words.

Remembrance Day

As always, pupils were encouraged to observe a one minute silence on Thursday at 11am. Many classes engaged in learning about the two World Wars and the significance of the poppy. A poppy wreath was laid on our school War Memorial to mark the falling of ex-Leith Academy pupils.

Lost Property

As we move into the colder months, it is very important that all pupils come to school wearing a warm waterproof jacket with a hood. Please remember to mark all items of clothing, including jackets, with your child’s name. We continue to collect large numbers of un-named school sweatshirts and jackets after lunchtimes. Our Lost Property rail is now located at the main entrance. Please feel free to collect your child’s missing items from this area, observing physical distancing and mask wearing at all times.

Pre-loved sweatshirts are free-to-take and are stored in boxes labelled by age on the large windowsill in the main entrance. All pupils should continue to wear school colours every day and not ‘weekend’ clothes. Our thanks for supporting the school with this.


Today in assembly, we spoke about what is involved in achieving something. All the pupils in today’s Recognition Book have demonstrated a Growth Mindset, which is a vital part of being a successful learner. Well done to them all!

Alex Primary 1/2Alex enjoys learning every day and perseveres when faced with new challenges. We love having Alex as our classmate in P1/2 and we are so proud of him! 
AlynPrimary 1aAlyn has been working really hard to make excellent choices and be a very helpful member of the class this week. Well done Alyn!
SkandPrimary 1bSkand always shows he is ready to learn by sitting beautifully on the carpet and making sure he is listening. He worked really hard this week during our phonics time and even managed to write the word “box” all by himself as he played. Go, Skand!
Jakub Primary 2Jakub has made an excellent return to class after being off, taking responsibility for his own learning and treating all of his classmates with kindness.
JamiePrimary 3aFor working hard on his money tasks this week and for showing some strong leadership skills whilst organising class games and challenges!
JackPrimary 3bJack tries his best at all tasks and always wants to challenge himself further.  Well done!
SofiaPrimary 4aSofia has worked very hard in literacy this week. She wrote a lovely poem about her favourite type of weather and experimented with using technology to support her writing. 
FraserPrimary 4bFraser has shown great organisational skills and has done a great job being our RRS Rep!  Well done Fraser!
DinaPrimary 5aDina has persevered with subtraction strategies and has become more confident when applying and explaining them. 
JackPrimary 5bFor spelling, he practised double the amount of words he was set
AshazPrimary 6Ashaz has had a great first week in Primary 6. He has persevered with new tasks, begun make friends and worked very hard. well done Ashaz1
BlakePrimary 7aBlake has been working well with his prefect class this year and taking the responsibility seriously.  He has also been working hard in Maths and has grasped converting fractions into decimals well.  Great work Blake!
Isla Primary 7bFor being unrelentingly cheerful, helpful and kind 

Head Teacher Post

It has been a really positive week of learning in school. Classes continue to make the most of the outdoor space on our doorstep and children have enjoyed playing with the Autumn leaves.

Parent-Teacher Meetings

Thank you to all of you who attended your child’s virtual Parent-Teacher consultation appointment this week. It was great to see a very good level of attendance online. We continue to look forward to the time when we can welcome parents back in to school.


We shared with you a few weeks ago that we were looking into a system that was a better fit for pupils sharing their home learning and for parents communicating with teachers. Seesaw is a system that many schools use successfully to do these tasks. We continue to develop our ambition to train all pupils in P3-P7 to use Microsoft Teams however these accounts are for the exclusive use of the pupils. With Seesaw, parents can communicate with their child’s class teacher in the same way that they have done using OLJ. The system represents much better value for the school meaning that we can direct the money saved to purchasing new learning resources for pupils. More information on Seesaw will be sent to you in the next few weeks. Until then, please use the email address your child’s class teacher has provided you in the most recent class newsletter or the school admin email address.

Calling Any Experienced Football Coaches!

Are you an experienced football coach who would be willing to start a school football team? Our older children would love to be part of a competing school football team but do not yet have a coach. If this is something you have experience of running or you know someone who does, please let us know.

School Houses – Parent Vote

Parents and carers, please give us your views on whether we should reintroduce our school house teams again. To vote, please click here.

Well Done to All These Hardworking Leithers This Week!

Farewell to Robert!

Primary 4 pupils said farewell to Robert Stewart, our long-serving Crossing Patrol Guide last Friday. The school Parent Council gave Robert a trophy for all his hard work over the years and the girls presented Robert with a card signed by all the children at Leith Primary. We all wish Robert a very long and restful retirement and thank him for his cheerful service.

Head Teacher Post

Welcome back to our Autumn Term! I hope everyone had a restful October week and remembered to put their clocks back on Sunday morning.

As the weather gets colder, I would ask that all pupils are sent to school in a warm, waterproof jacket or coat and suitable footwear. If anyone would like support with purchasing these items please speak to Danni or Liz, our Family Support Workers who will be very pleased to help.

COVID mitigations remain the same in school and we have been advised that parents should only be in the school building by prior arrangement. We kindly request that parents try to remain out of the school playground at drop off and pick up times and that nursery parents use the black gate

Teachers are looking forward to meeting with parents and carers virtually again on Thursday and Friday this week. If you have not yet booked your slot with your child’s class teacher, please do so on https://parents-booking.co.uk/leithprimary

P1 Registration for August 2022

If your child’s date of birth is between 1 March 2017 and 28 February 2018

they are due to start Primary 1 in August 2022.

Please register them online between 1st to 19th November 2021


Adult Education resuming a limited face to face programme – with a few courses 

Courses available are:  

Activity LVL Start date Day Time 
Art(PR): Drawing & Painting – All – (8/11) – LCC12311N ALL 08/11/2021 Monday 10:00 – 12:00 
Yoga: Gentle – All – (9/11) – LCC65852N ALL 09/11/2021 Tuesday 17:30 – 19:00 
Russian – Beginner – (9/11) – LCC55512N BEG 09/11/2021 Tuesday 15:00 – 17:00 
Russian – Post Beginner – (9/11) – LCC55752N PBG 09/11/2021 Tuesday 18:00 – 20:00 
Writing Creative: Life Writing – All – (9/11) – LCC64652N ALL 09/11/2021 Tuesday 18:30 – 20:30 
Art(PR): Drawing & Painting – All – (10/11) – LCC12313N ALL 10/11/2021 Wednesday 10:00 – 12:00 
Yoga – All – (10/11) – LCC65753N ALL 10/11/2021 Wednesday 17:30 – 19:00 
Art(PR): Drawing & Painting – All – (10/11) – LCC12353N ALL 10/11/2021 Wednesday 18:00 – 20:00 
Discover: Archaeology Today – All – (11/11) – LCC32614N ALL 11/11/2021 Thursday 15:00 – 17:00 
Art(PR): Drawing & Painting – All – (12/11) – LCC12315N ALL 12/11/2021 Friday 10:00 – 12:00 
Dressmaking – Beginner – (12/11) – LCC33515N BEG 12/11/2021 Friday 14:00 – 16:00 

You can book on our website: www.joininedinburgh.org

Great Job Done By All These Fabulous Learners Last Week!

AdaPrimary 1/2Ada is a very kind and caring member of our class who enjoys playing and learning with all her classmates. This week, she made a big birthday card for a friend in the class and managed to write it all by herself. You are a star Ada!   
AydaPrimary 1aWe have been working on using good manners this week and Ayda has been working especially hard on remembering these when lining up and going to the lunch hall. Well done Ayda!
AaronPrimary 2Aaron persevered when face with a difficult challenge and realised that with a little help from his friends and a lot of encouragement he can achieve more than he imagined possible.
SamiraPrimary 1bSamira always shows kindness to her classmates and loves to help other people. She worked really hard during our Autumn hunt and even offered to help take pictures of everyone working really hard. We are lucky to have you, Samira!
Billi-LouisePrimary 3aBilli-Louise has worked really hard on her targets this week and is making super progress. She has also been very helpful completing lots of class jobs. Keep up the good work Billi! 
Tempy Primary 3bTempy has shown real perseverance this week in her work. She kept going during PE even when she was finding it tricky and didn’t give up. Well done Tempy!
ZaynbPrimary 4aZaynb has worked really hard in Literacy this week. In particular she wrote a great poem using repetition and thinking carefully about the structure of it. I’m looking forward to reading your next poem 🙂 
AdritaPrimary 4bAdrita for her excellent work on her Autumn Poem.  She checked and amended this independently and the presentation of her work was fantastic.  Well done Adrita!
OranPrimary 5aOran as made excellent observations and valuable contributions to our class discussions this week. Thank you Oran!
TitanPrimary 5b‘For working independently and producing great work in our space uplevelling writing challenge. 
AlexPrimary 6Alex has achieved great things in maths this week, persevering with challenges in fractions of amounts and when comparing fractions. Well done Alex! Good work!
MelodyPrimary 7aMelody has created an amazing portrait of Rosa Parks using so many different shades of colours which makes her picture incredibly detailed.  Well done Melody!  Keep developing this talent of yours.
RahulPrimary 7bFor always setting a good example to others. For always giving 100% effort into each piece of work and for always focusing on the task at hand. Well done. 
Daisy B Primary 7bFor being an enthusiastic and kind member of the class. Daisy is always keen to help and shows kindness and respect when working with others. A great example! Well done! 
Ruby Primary 7bFor being a fantastic class member of P7B.  Ruby is always kind and considerate of others, gives her best effort in everything she does and sets a fantastic example for younger pupils. Well done! 

Have a Great October Week Leithers!

Benji Primary 1/2Benji has been working so hard in phonics this week and is always excited to learn new tricky words! Benji tries his very best everyday and is a wonderful role model in our class. We are so proud of you Benji! 
JessPrimary 1aJess has been working really hard in number this week and always tries her best to be a kind friend. Well done Jess!
Finlay Primary 1bFinlay has been very creative this week! He reused different shapes of cardboard to make a little person and could even tell me the names of some of the 3D shapes he used. Although his “eye” fell off a few times, Finlay persevered and managed to fix him again. Keep it up, Finlay!
LaylaPrimary 2Layla has been showing kindness and responsibility, tidying up and getting our classroom ready sensibly and independently without needing to be reminded. Well done Layla!
FatimaPrimary 3aFatima worked hard this week on her writing based on our class story. She used punctuation and connectives, well done Fatima!
KamilPrimary 3bKamil has been working hard all week to make sure his work is beautifully presented. Well done! 
KeiraPrimary 4aKeira always set a good example of a Leith Pupil. This week she wrote an report this week about what is needed to stay safe and be prepared in any type of weather. She used subtitles and facts to structure her work. Well done Keira 🙂 
IsabellePrimary 4bIsabelle has done a fantastic job being our class Eco Rep.  She took notes at the meeting and confidently fed back information to the class.  Well done Isabelle!
AmberPrimary 5aAnother fantastic member of P5a! This week Amber demonstrated skills in creating a papier mache planet and developed her ideas in her creative writing about a space landing.
Jude, Jack, Mia and MaddisonPrimary 5bFor being the FIRST people to volunteer to help with cleaning the art room.  Thanks for doing a great job!  Also thanks to all of the other people who helped, you were brilliant!
AndrewPrimary 6Andrew wrote a beautiful poem for his green pencil award entry. He always gives his full attention, is happy to try new skills and approaches each task with creativity and enthusiasm. Well done Andrew!
ZakPrimary 7aZak tries hard in all lessons.  He supports his classmates well and works well in a team!  Well done Zak.
LouisaP7bLouisa has demonstrated responsibility by her willingness to support others and the school with her problem solving attitude and good ideas. Well done Louisa!

Message to Parents

Dear Parent/Carer

As we approach the end of this first term, I would like to remind you that we break for the October week on Friday 15th at the usual time and will resume again on Tuesday 26th October.

Parent-Teacher Consultations will again be held virtually via Parents-Booking.co.uk on Thursday 4th November from 4pm and Friday 5th November from 1pm. Details of how to book your appointment will be sent out separately. 

Once again we thank you for your continued patience and understanding this term. Like many other schools and businesses, we have had numerous unavoidable absences across our staff team. We appreciate the impact and frustration disruptions like this can bring and want you to know that we will continue to do our very best for our pupils and their families during this time. Please bear with us if some tasks take a little longer!

You will appreciate that our wonderful parent council are unable to run the Halloween Disco again this year due to ongoing restrictions. We know how much some children enjoy dressing up so are happy if they choose to wear something Halloween themed on Friday 29th October. I would ask that parents use their judgment about what pupils bring to school and request that no overly gory or frightening masks or props are brought in. 

Thank you to everyone who responded to our text alerts about the Foodbank and about the P5-P7 ski trip. We will be in touch after the October break with further information about both.

On Friday, we will release the first edition of the pupil-led School Newsletter on Sway. Each edition will be sent out at the end of each term and will focus on two of the Wellbeing Indicators [Safe, Healthy, Achieving, Nurtured, Active, Respected, Responsible, Included]. The first edition will focus on the themes of Health and Safety.

From next term, there will be a weekly Head Teacher update on the school website to keep parents and carers more regularly informed about events in school.

I would like to wish you all a restful October week next week and look forward to welcoming our young people back on Tuesday 26th October.

Best wishes

Fiona Craig
Head Teacher

Fantastic Work and Attitude This Week!

Ruth Primary 1/2Ruth has been a super star this week! She has worked so hard every day and has loved the challenge of new learning. She has also been a very helpful and considerate classmate. Thank you, Ruth! 
BhodiPrimary 1aBhodi has been working incredibly hard this week in all areas. He shows brilliant perseverance and takes great pride in his work. Well done Bhodi!
ElijahPrimary 1bElijah has been practising our school values this week by showing he is very resilient. He has been building some fantastic sculptures which have taken a lot of time and effort. He has even managed to fix them whenever they have fallen down! Well done Elijah!
MaxPrimary 2There were tears and some moments when he thought it couldn’t be done, but with support from his classmates and a lot of perseverance and determination, Max completed an ‘impossible’ STEM challenge.
HenryPrimary 3aHenry has been working hard on his phonics and reading this week and has been a super contributor to class discussions.
MuslimPrimary 3bMuslim shows perseverance and readiness at all times. He is a very helpful, kind boy in the class and always tries his best in all he does. Well done Muslim!
MeganPrimary 4aMegan has been asking excellent questions during reading, she is reflecting on her book and showing a good level of understanding. Great job Megan keep it up. 
Anya Primary 4bAnya, for her fantastic listening and contribution in class and group discussion.  She frequently shares careful and considered thinking, demonstrating her astute observations and knowledge of what she has been learning.  Amazing Anya!  
AntoniPrimary 5aAntoni is always ready to learn and enjoys a challenge. He has done some fantastic research work in our Space topic.
RoryPrimary 5bFor his imagination and use of superb technical language in his Nat Geo Kids space article.
LucyPrimary 6Lucy is a true Leither who always perseveres, tries her best and works really hard. She is also helpful in class and kind to others.
Ben Primary 7aBen has tried hard this week in Maths, engaging in all lessons well and wanting to challenge himself.  Well done Ben! 🙂

We are so proud of these fabulous Leithers!

TabithaPrimary 1/2Tabitha is an incredibly kind, hard-working and respectful member of our class and sets a wonderful example to all her peers.  Tabitha is a friend to all in P1/2 and she should be very proud of herself. 
StanleyPrimary 1aStanley has been working extra hard this week on using kind words and good manners with everyone in the school. Well done Stanley!
Korra Primary 1bKorra is a very responsible member of our class. She is a super listener and demonstrates how to sit beautifully during carpet time every day. Keep up the fantastic work, Korra!
ScarlettPrimary 2In her writing this week Scarlett applied what she had learnt, and didn’t give up when it was challenging. She should be proud of her perseverance.
RobertPrimary 3aRobert has been working hard this week in numeracy. I have been really impressed with his enthusiasm and perseverance. He is making great progress, keep it up Robert!
SophiePrimary 3bSophie had been very kind, considerate and helpful all week. Thank you!
AndrewPrimary 4aAndrew always works hard and participates in all lessons. He can work with any partner and is a positive, valued and responsible member of P4a. Well done Andrew 🙂 
AmosPrimary 4bAmos has challenged himself and put in a huge effort to pick up the pace with his work and contribute more of his great ideas during discussions.  Well done Amos!   Ms Harris
StanleyPrimary 5aStanley is a responsible and hardworking member of our class and a great role model. Thank you Stanley!
Rikki-Leigh and VivaanPrimary 5bBoth nominated for their effort in our planet design task.  
AylaPrimary 6Ayla is a Leither who always perseveres. She is a resilient learner who never gives up in the face of a challenge. Well done Ayla!! 
Lily Primary 7aLily is a fantastic role model for the class.  She shares her ideas readily and consistently tries her best.  Well done Lily!
NadiaPrimary 7aNadia has shown resilience and growth mindset towards our work in Maths.  She doesn’t easily give up!  Well done Nadia :).
Heidi Primary 7bFor her detailed and accurate summary of her novel in our literature circle. Heidi identified all the main parts of what she had read and could discuss them confidently. Well done Heidi! 
Daisy Primary 7bDaisy wrote an excellent diary entry showing the impact of the Jim Crow laws.  She included lots of details showing their unfairness and the emotional impact that would have had on people affected.  It really transported the reader.  Well done!

Bumper Recognition for Our Star Pupils!

Friday 17th September

Omer Primary 1/2Omer values the importance of being kind and everyday he goes out of his way to show this to his classmates. I’ve been particularly impressed with how he supports his friends in class and the way he cares for others. Thank you for being you, Omer! 
EmmaPrimary 1aEmma is such a kind and helpful member of our class. She is very mature and responsible and takes every opportunity to help both friends and adults in the class and playground.
Cormac Primary 1bCormac has been showing fantastic manners to everyone in the school and is very respectful. He always shows he is ready to learn and enjoys sharing his ideas in class. Well done Cormac!
GloriaPrimary 3aGloria is an all round super star – she is kind and helpful, she works hard on her tasks, she is enthusiastic and is always ready to learn. 
Mati Primary 3bFor always being enthuasiastic in his work and being a kind, caring and helpful pupil. Well done!
LelandPrimary 4aLeland has worked very hard this week, he has tried his best and been extra helpful around the classroom. Keep up the good work Leland. 
AlexanderPrimary 5aAlexander is a responsible member of our class, ready to learn and working hard. Keep up the great efforts Alexander!
KaiPrimary 6Kai overcame a real difficulty this week. He showed resilience, by continuing to work hard and by taking part in in all activities, determined to do his best. Well done Kai!
IslaPrimary 7bFor her excellent research on Abraham Lincoln which she then used to create a bright, colourful and informative poster. Also for her enthusiasm and hard work as a prefect! Well done Isla! 

Friday 10th September

Louise Primary 1/2Louise has worked incredibly hard this week and always has a positive attitude towards her learning. She listens attentively and enjoys being challenged with new concepts! Well done, Louise. We are very proud of you! 
SamPrimary 1aSam has been trying very hard this week to listen to instructions. He has also been playing with lots of different friends and shows excellent manners towards everyone in school. Well done Sam!
Jayden Primary 1bJayden has been a fantastic helper in the class. He always goes above and beyond when tidying up and comes to check on other class members when they are feeling sad. We are very lucky to have you in our class, Jayden! Well done!
DarcyPrimary 3aDarcy is making great progress this term. She gets stuck into challenges and games and is always ready to help others with their learning. 
AnnabellePrimary 3bFor being kind and thoughtful to a classmate when they needed help. Well done!
MayaPrimary 4aMaya has shown kindness to all to week. She has been extra helpful to her peers and to adults. She has set a great example for all to follow. Well done Maya! 
ChristopherPrimary 5a Christopher has shown a  responsible and hard working attitude to his learning this week, Keep up the good work Christopher!
River Primary 5bFor completing our problem solver starter first!
Ella Primary 6Ella has been a kind and helpful class member this week. She never hesitates to step in when jobs need to be done. She is happy to offer her support to any pupil who needs it and she approaches almost every task with enthusiasm. 
Summer Primary 7aSummer produced a beautiful piece of writing this week. She wrote a diary entry using paragraphs and lots of emotive language. Well done Summer! 
KadePrimary 7bFor his great work as Word finder in his literature circle. Kade chose interesting words and offered great definitions. He was also able to answer questions about the text and discuss his answers and provide evidence for them. Well done Kade!