The EDP and its sister newspapers are publishing Lego Tokens in each issue. If you, friends or family read these papers, please cut out the Tokens and leave them in the collection box outside the school office. Alternatively, Tokens can be left at Ryburgh Village Shop or Guist Shop from where they will be collected.
We are very grateful to both community shops, Friends and Ryburgh Amenity Group for supporting and promoting our participation in this scheme.
Our class has been all at odds today, literally. We have celebrated being different with our very odd Socks. Bullying behaviour and how to deal with it was discussed by Y6 today with great interest. The children were fully engaged in our discussion and all felt that everyone should be treated with equal respect. We are all different and yet all equal. Let’s love our differences!
Can you tell who is who from our photos???
The children had a very enjoyable dance steps lesson…Bollywood style! We had a great teacher and an even greater time. The children looked like Bollywood naturals by the end of the lesson.