Woodburn Primary School looks forward to collecting pennies for Pudsey on Friday 18th November 2016. Pupils are invited to bring in copper coins (1p and 2p pieces) to fill up our Pudsey outline. All money raised will be donated to the BBC Children In Need Appeal.
Pupils can dress down on this day, however we ask that no football tops are worn to school.
As some of you will be aware we have been seeking donations to allow us to start a gardening club within the school. One of our mum’s Laura Diamond has been busy contacting local and national companies in order to seek donations of tools, seeds and other gardening equipment.
We are delighted to share the news with you that Laura’s hard work has paid off. We have received the following:
-Tesco Hardengreen – tools, seeds and compost.
-B&Q fort Kinnaird –£70 of plants and tools.
-Marshalls, Grow wild, RHS, Suttons, Heinz & Seed parade All donated Packets of Seeds.
-Toni Abram (www.centronuclear.org.uk) donated 500 sunflower seeds.
Dobbies garden world – an amazing £500 to spend on our sensory garden for the nursery.
This is an amazing achievement and we wish to thank Laura for her efforts. Please look out for opportunities to get involved, we will also be at the school fair with some ideas to get you started.
A HUGE Thank You to Dobbies.
Published on 11 April 2016
We anticipate that parents, carers and local residents will be aware that some Edinburgh schools are currently closed while structural investigations are carried out.
We confirm that none of our school buildings were built by the same contractor responsible for the Edinburgh PPI schools in question and we would like to take the opportunity to stress our continued commitment to ensuring the safety of everyone using school buildings in Midlothian.
Maintenance building inspections of all our schools are carried out on an ongoing basis. A full survey of our school estate was completed after the tragic incident at Liberton High School in Edinburgh. No structural issues were identified. We have had two independent condition surveys carried out at our PPP1 schools (Dalkeith Schools Community Campus) in the last three years and annual independent condition surveys are carried out at our PPP2 schools (8 primary schools). In addition to this, Midlothian Council and PPP Facilities Management staff have an ongoing monitoring regime in place to ensure that any defects are identified and addressed. This includes inspections and monthly meetings with senior school staff and our PPP contractors.
Further inspections of our own estate also started in March 2016, in response to the situation in Edinburgh, and are due to finish on Tuesday 12 April. A formal process is in place which allows immediate repairs to a school building, including isolating the area if there are health and safety concerns.
The safety of our pupils, staff and building users are our highest priority and if anyone has any concerns please don’t hesitate to contact:
Please click on the new tab in our menu to find out more about the new and ground breaking Family and Early Years Centre being built at Woodburn Primary School and Nursery. This is the first one in Scotland and we aim to work in Partnership with Midlothian Council, Midlothian Sure Start (Hand in Hand) and the NHS.
As part of the Pupil Council Fundraising activities we would like to invite all of the children to wear their favourite school jumper (or Christmas hat/antlers etc.)
WHEN: Friday 18th December
Donations of £1 are welcomed and will be forwarded to TEXT SANTA (Save the Children, Macmillan Cancer Support and Make a Wish UK)
Many Thanks and a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS, from Woodburn Primary School Pupil Council.
After a lot of counting and sorting the GRAND TOTAL raised for Children in Need is………….
Amazing effort by everyone and a big thanks from everyone here at Woodburn Primary School.