We’d like to introduce ourselves to our school community. We are the new Pupil Bloggers who are P7 children who would like to keep you updated about school news and events from our point of view! Our first post is about Health Week which has been happening this week. It’s been a really fun and … More Health Week Highlights 2019!
We are currently enjoying a fabulous whole school French focus week and have been putting lots of posts of our exciting learning on Twitter. Teachers could watch a short clip with their class to launch the week.
Please click the link below to read Mrs Nieminska’s News from Sydney. Wardie letter Dec2018
Another quick reminder about Trinity Academy’s 125th Anniversary torchlight procession on Friday 9th November 2018. Ticket sales close soon. This is a free ticketed event which promises to be lots of fun. You can purchase a torch online or bring your own! The event starts at 7:30pm but there will be a choice of mulled … More Trinity Academy’s Torchlight Procession on 9.11.18
Trinity Academy and Trinity Academy Parent Council are holding a Torchlight Procession on Friday 9th November 2018 as part of Trinity Academy’s 125th Anniversary. Please refer to the flyer for further information.
NHS Lothian would like to introduce families to the new School Nursing Service in Lothian. The Scottish Government has refocused the roles of School Nurses and Health Visitors to ensure they are meeting the needs of all children. The new School Nursing role relates to the Scottish Government’s Nursing 2030 vision which supports nurses to … More Changes in the School Nursing Service
Staff have prepared the Block 4 Learning Bulletin for families so you can see the topics and skills that are coming up this Term across the whole school. We continue to place children’s knowledge and interests at the centre of our planning process and recognise the invaluable role our families play in our school community … More Wardie Learning Bulletin – Block 4, 2018
As a poverty aware and inclusive school, our aim is to limit the number of dress up days which can cause stress, exclusivity and financial burden to children and their families. Wardie Primary School plan reflectively, and responsively to our pupils and context therefore there may be opportunities to have non uniform events however this … More Wardie Primary School’s Policy on Dress up Days