The new school lunch menu for this term can be found here :
School Lunch Menu
Hopscotch Theatre Company came to Ednam on Thursday afternoon to perform Loyal Wallace, Royal Bruce. The four actors performed in the village hall for the whole school. They cover a lot of detail from the period and as well acting, they sing songs and dance. This is all done with a lot of humour and was much enjoyed by the children.
Read on to see a movie clip from the end of the show....
August 08 Newsletter
Primary 4/5 pupils are getting rugby activities on a Monday afternoon with Stuart Milne from Kelso Rugby Club.
The activies will last until the October break when there will be a Rugby Festival in Kelso for local schools.
Meg from Shell Education Service was in school on Wednesday and she was working with all classes in school.
The Primary 1-3 class chose a science project on Toys and the Primary 6/7 class chose an activity on Flight. The Primary 4/5 class were involved in an activity called Band Rollers.
The Primary 4/5 group had to make rollers or wheels and test various features of the wheels like size of wheel, size of wood used and so on, to see how thiese might affect performance.
See how they got on......
Sam from Jammin Fitness came to Ednam on Thursday and took each class through a dance programme of various types of Music, including Salsa, Bollywood and Hip Hop. The children had a good time practising the routines in the morning and presented a 'showcase' for each class in the afternoon.
Read on to see a video of Primary 1-5 dancing a joint routine before the class showcase.
Following our school inspection, in May, by Her Majesty's Inspectors of Education, the report of their findings has been published and circulated to all our parents. We are very pleased that the report highlights the many positive things that go on in our school and confirms for us the areas for continuing development and improvement.
We were particularly delighted that Mr Pike's (P4/5 teacher) ongoing development of our website and blog pages has been put forward as an area of good practice in using Information and Communications Technology to extend pupils' learning and to involve parents in their children's learning.
You can download a copy of the report here.