A Harvest Assembly will be held on Friday 30th October. We would grateful if children could bring in offerings (e.g. tins/packets of food) – these can be handed into the school office anytime during w/c 26th October.
Donations will go to a local charity, Midlothian Women’s Aid
As mentioned in the recent newsletter, please see below for copies of the Visible Learning Powerpoint slides presented at the ‘Meet the Teacher’ Curriculum Evening.
Visible Learning at Moorfoot (1)
The Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh are holding a fun-filled activity day themed round their Christmas family show, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe on Sunday 27th September.
You can join them as they transform the theatre into Narnia. There will be chances to dress up, arts and crafts, dancing and drama workshops, as well as backstage tours as part of the Cockburn Association city-wide Doors Open Day. Suitable for all ages and completely free of charge.
See more at: http://lyceum.org
Agenda for 15.9.15
Approval of minutes
Point of information: there will be playground guidelines going home in all school bags.
a) October- Halloween party
b) November-Christmas craft fair
c) December-Christmas show
Discussion surrounding PTG funding for residential trips
As you may already know, Class 4 are taking part in a Mock Court Case project, which involves competing against teams from other schools to win the case of the disputed phone bill (which will involve a showdown in a real courtroom in November). There are many different aspects to the project (such as gown-making, producing art linked to the project and so on), all of which will be scored and will count towards each teams overall points total, which will in turn decide which two teams go forward to the Grand Final in February.
Points are also awarded for completing the parental quiz, which can be found on the mock court website:
http://www.mockcourt.org.uk/ (you will need to log-in with your child’s details and go to the ‘Parent Area’ to find the quiz.
The more parents complete the quiz, and the more answers they get right, the more points you will contribute to your teams total. You can do the quiz as many times as you like, with the score from your most recent attempt being counted towards the total.
Please see below for a list of activities that can be used to practise your spelling homework words:
You should try to use at least 3 different activities during the week, and practise your words 3-4 times during the week. Several short sessions spread over the week are usually more effective in helping you to remember than a single longer session.