A big thank you to everyone who came along to our Scottish Song Gathering before the February holiday week. It was great to see so many of you there to support the children and share in the songs they had been learning.
We’re sure you’ll agree that our pupils sang with real gusto and made a great job of performing those traditional songs!
We’re all looking forward to our P3 – P7 Scottish Concert tomorrow, Friday 8th February.
The concert featuring the children from the “a” classes and P4c will take place in the main hall between 11am and 11.30am.
The concert for the “b” classes and P5/6 will begin at 11.30am and finish at midday.
We look forward to seeing you there and hearing you sing along!
Friends of Gylemuir are holding a Winter Disco on Thursday 21st February.
The disco for P1-P3 children will be in the small hall and the P4-P7 disco will be in the gym hall.
Each disco will be held from 6.30-7.30pm.
The cost per child is £3 and that includes juice and a snack.
If you want to reserve your child a place then please:
- Send £3 in an envelope to school (exact money only please, NO CHANGE WILL BE GIVEN) by Friday 8th February.
- Mark on the envelope your child’s name, class and emergency contact number.
- If your child is allowed to walk home unaccompanied after the disco, this must be clearly indicated on the envelope.
The latest school newsletter is available now. Click below to read:
January 2019 – School newsletter
The latest newsletters from classes and year groups are available on the Class Pages.
With Burns Night almost upon us, a number of classes in school have been looking at Scots language, extending their Scots vocabulary and using it in very creative ways. Primary 6, for example, designed some fantastic “WANTED!” posters for The Gruffalo which featured some wonderful Scots terms! You can see some of them on the P6 Class Page.
On Friday 25th January P1/2 and P4c are having a joint celebration of songs, poetry, dancing and food to celebrate Burns Day.
And all the P3 to P7 classes have been learning some traditional Scottish songs which they will be performing at a special concert on Friday 8th February. We hope you can join us for that, as the children have been singing with gusto – or should that be, “giein’ it laldy” – at rehearsals!