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Health and Well Being Week

Welcome to Ladywell Primary School’s Health and Well Being Week!

If your child has mislaid the homework sheet given out on Friday a copy of it can be found in our useful documents section. The tasks can be completed on plain or lined paper if necessary.

Micro-Tyco 2017

Dear Parent/Carer

Primary 6 are participating in the Enterprise Topic “Micro Tyco” in November.

This involves the class becoming entrepreneurs to help raise funds for the WildHearts Charity.

Primary 6 will receive a starter fund of £1.  Primary 6 will then have to develop ideas on how they can start a business with £1.

Primary 6 are creating a “Ladywell Primary School Recipe Book” and we would like to produce this recipe book by using Ladywell “Family Recipes”.

We would love if parents/carers could give us their favourite family recipes – baking or cooking!

All money created  is invested by WildHearts in micro-loans for poor entrepreneurs in the developing world.

Could recipes please be handed into the school office by 31 October 2017 – that would be fantastic!

Thank You

Mrs McGuire & Primary 6 pupils

MACMILLAN coffee morning

You’re invited to our fabulous coffee morning!

Come and join Staff and Pupils

at

Ladywell Primary School

on

the 29th of September 2019

from

10:00am until 11:30am

Pupils are asked to bring 50p for juice and cakes.

Outdoor P.E.

Here is some information relating to outdoor P.E.

The intention is to deliver lessons to the pupils in the school grounds even if the weather is wet. We will be playing games, taking part in various sports and learning about ways to keep out bodies fit and healthy in the ‘Great Outdoors’.

For pupils to be able to participate fully, it is very important for them to come prepared.

Pupils will need the following items for Outdoor P.E if the lessons are to be fun and provide opportunities for the pupils to develop their skills fully-

  • A warm jumper, cardigan, fleece jacket or hoody.
  • A waterproof jacket.
  • A pair of old trainers which the children will not mind getting muddy/ wet.
  • A hat and gloves in really cold weather.
  • A pair of tracksuit bottoms that the children will not mind getting ‘mud spattered’ or ‘rain spattered’.
  • A change of dry socks for the children to put on once they are back in the school all dry and cosy.

As a matter of interest, the documentation from ‘Education Scotland’, the governing body of Scottish Education Outcomes and Experiences states that-

‘There is no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing.’

Please help your child come prepared for Outdoor P.E so they can maximise their level of enjoyment in the academic year ahead.