The pupils will be able to enter the school from 8.40am on a wet morning. Pupil Support Assistants will supervise the pupils as they hang up their jackets and school bags and change into their indoor shoes.
The Primary 1 and Primary 2 pupils will gather in the infant hall from 8.40am onwards, where they will line up in class order and wait for their teacher to collect them.
Primary 3a pupils will enter the school from the P3 and P4 doors on a wet morning.
Thank you to our Gilmerton families for showing real resilience this morning as we had our first wet Monday morning of the session. All pupils entered their classrooms smiling and ready for the learning day ahead.
We would like to invite our parents and carers to ‘Meet the Teacher’ from 2.00pm onwards on Thursday 13th September. This is an opportunity for your child to show you their classroom and for the teacher to share what the class will be learning this year and what you can do to support learning at home. Please note that this is not a consultation time and the teachers will not be able to discuss individual pupils.
Please enter by the main school gates on Moredun Dykes Road.
We are looking forward to seeing you there.
THE SCOTTISH THEATRE AND MUSIC SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL FOR 8-14 YEARS.
All Welcome, No experience NECESSARY!
30 SPONSORED SPACES
Come Along and audition for The Scottish Theatre & Music School Fringe Summer School this year and see how much fun it is ! Our summer school this year will be based on our production “Reach for the Stars” which will be performed in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
We are also excited to announce that we have 30 Free sponsored places for this production, Auditions will be held at St Thomas of Aquins High School on Tuesday the 12th of June – 6pm-9pm and Saturday the 16th of June 10 am – 2pm, to Sign up for your slot, fill in this form –https://goo.gl/forms/xzVSYHAeBI5jEh3I2
“Reach for the stars” is about four directors who go looking for the next big star, will they find them or are there problems ahead?. This fast moving comedy is a brilliant vehicle for younger cast members .This show belts along at a fast pace as the directors put the auditioning actors through their paces. From Little Red Riding Hood to Casualty, we see the would-be talent on display. But this is show business and who will actually become the next big star.
We are looking for young performers to come along and bring this production to life. You to can be part of a fantastic Fringe show!
This course Weekdays from the Monday the 16th – Friday the 20th and Monday 23rd-Friday the 30th of July 9am-3pm
The show dates are Aug 3-12 inclusive,18-19,25-26 at 11:10 at Hill Street Theatre –
Tickets can be purchased from the Fringe box office under “Reach for the Stars” –https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/reach-for-the-stars
For more information you can contact us at edinburghlittletheatre.com or calling us on 07949 973388
All Teachers Are Fully Insured & Disclosure Scotland Certified
The Council is continuing to progress the delivery of a new primary school in south east Edinburgh, within the ‘Broomhills’ housing development site for August 2020. This is a site to the south of Frogston Road East and to the west of Burdiehouse Road.
An information event will take place on Wednesday 20 June 2018 to give those who might attend the school in the future an opportunity to see the latest plans. Anyone from the local community is also welcome to attend.
The event will take place at the Valley Park Community Centre (37 Southhouse Road, EH17 8EU) between 3.30pm and 7pm, when members of the project team will be available. You are welcome to drop-in at any time.
Further background information about the project can be found here: http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/newsoutheastschool.
Gilmerton Primary School will be joining other schools, businesses and organisations across Edinburgh to celebrate the city’s starring role in the Marvel adventure movie, “Avengers: Infinity War”.
On Thursday 26th April, pupils and staff will be able to channel their inner superhero and will have the option to come to school dressed as their favourite superhero character. We are mindful of our 1 in 5 initiative, and we do not wish to cause families expense in dressing up, but would encourage children to wear costumes they may already have or to create a homemade costume (eg a mask or a badge or a cape). Staff will be creating learning opportunities around the Superhero theme and pupils will be challenged to think of learning powers and how these can be used to improve learning.