Primary One Sports

Primary One had a great time yesterday afternoon on the astro for their sport’s. The weather was great which was a bonus.

Primary one took part in six events. The egg and spoon race, skipping, an obstacle course, relay race with batons to pass, using the hockey sticks to manoevre the ball around some cones and tossing the beanbags into the hoops that were progressively further and further away.

The majority of the children enjoyed the egg and spoon race the most, which was actually a potato rather than an egg. Everyone worked really hard especially at the skipping which many found quite tricky. All the children tried their best and a good time was had by all.

P3A Saving the world, one litter pick at a time!

P3A were shocked at all the litter they saw in Treverlen Park this morning but we made sure the community park was sparkling by the time we were done!

‘We went litter picking and we found lots of rubbish’ – Lily

‘We saved the planet!’ – Lorenzo

‘We helped save the environment by going litter picking’ – Michael

Well done P3A our Litter picking superheroes!

Covid-19 Update Tuesday 22nd June

Message from Jackie Kelly, Head Teacher of St John’s RC Primary and NHS Lothian We are aware of persons in the school who have tested positive for COVID-19. We understand this is a worrying time but would like to reassure you that we are working closely with NHS Lothian Health Protection Team and following all national guidance. Persons are currently being contacted because they may have been in close and sustained contact with the case and will need to self-isolate and asked to have a test for COVID-19. They will be given appropriate guidance and advice. An update via email will be sent to you as soon as the tracking and tracing process is complete. If there are any further cases of COVID-19 in the school, we will ensure these individuals, and any of their close contacts, are advised to self-isolate promptly. If you have not been contacted and your child remains well, you should continue to follow the school’s existing arrangements for your child. Enhanced cleaning and infection control measures are in place in line with national guidance. The school is safe and remains open. If you have any concerns in the meantime, or if you need to book a COVID-19 test because your child has developed symptoms (high temperature, a new continuous cough and/or a loss or change in sense of smell or taste) please visit the NHS Inform website http://www.nhsinform.scot or for non-clinical advice call 0800 028 2816. Please note that a test should only be booked if you or your child has these specifics symptoms. Remember to stay at home if anyone in the household has symptoms of COVID-19. For further information you may find this FAQs useful https://www.nhslothian.scot/Coronavirus/Parents/Schools/Pages/default.aspx 

Best wishes,

Jacqueline Kelly