First week back to Forest Schools!

We had a lovely first day this session at Forest Schools with a little rain in the morning and some sun in the afternoon. Everyone had a great time regardless and really enjoyed being in the woods. We explored and did a treasure hunt, played games and had fun with the goodies in our activity bag and the hammock. Well done to everyone, what stars you were, its nice to be back!

‘Getting it right for your child’ workshops

The workshops are for parents or carers of a disabled child of young person, or a child with additional support needs.

The workshops will be held on Tuesday 23rd October and Wednesday 31st October 2018, 10.30-2.15 pm, with lunch provided. Both or either session can be attended.

Both of these workshops will be held at the Norton Park Conference Centre, 57 Albion Park, Edinburgh EH7 5QY. Lunch is served at the workshops, as well as refreshments.

Please see the attached leaflets for more information!

Getting it Right for your Child October 2018 

Getting it Right for your Child October 2018

A fantastic year in Beech class!

What a brilliant year we had in Beech class! We have worked hard and achieved a lot!
In the beginning of the year, we explored some of the Scottish Children’s Literature and we enjoyed listening to stories and making small Art projects! This year, we have learnt a lot about healthy eating and choosing balanced meals. We enjoyed learning about parts of our bodies and their role as well. Finally, we looked into different countries, their traditions and special celebrations.
We had fun at the park, playground, bus trips and in class. We loved our cooking sessions and all the yummy things we made. Most importantly, we became friends and we laughed a lot! What a team we have been! Time to enjoy the summer…



Diversity week!

Prospect bank finished celebrating our diversity week with a special Diversity snack. We all enjoyed tasting different foods from other countries and some more exotic fruit. The classes have all been celebrating the different nationalities represented in school. Some of the class activities included enjoying a Carnival, listening to songs & music from other countries, making flags, dressing up as Maori’s and doing the Haka. We have also been thinking of our friends at Broader Horizons School in Sudan by collecting for Rag Bag to support them.