MAD About Countries

Thank you to all the classes for their hard work creating their amazing MAD About displays.  We all had great fun finding out more about each country as we walked around the hall.




Homework and/or Reading Club Begins

There is a drop in (no need to sign up) Homework Club and a Reading Club running every Tuesday lunchtime from 12.50-1.20pm in the Primary 4 classroom.


Come along and have a cosy, quiet read or catch up with your homework – there will be iPads available for research work if required.

Christmas Fayre 14th December 12-2PM

Christmas Fayre
The Parent Council would like if you could contribute any of the following to the school (bring it into the front office) for the Christmas Fayre

 Bottles – e.g. shampoo, bubble bath, wine, etc.

 Fill a jar – a jar filled with sweets, toys, stickers, etc. Anything that children enjoy. These will be sold at the Fayre

 Any hamper or raffle items

 Bric a brac items, e.g. toys, etc.

Thank you in anticipation of your support with this.

P1 & P2/1 are Zero Waste Heroes

Fantastic learning in P1 and P2/1 with Angela from Changeworks today, learning all about how worms make compost. Some of us were even brave enough to hold them! We are now ‘Zero Waste Heroes’.



Lari Don Visits P4

Children’s author and Lorne Primary favourite Lari Don visited Primary 4 today to share ideas and stories along with answering questions and signing books.  Great fun was had by everyone.

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P5 & P5/6 Litter Picking for Earth Day

The children in Primary 5 and Primary 5/6 were out litter picking in the area around school with Angela from Changeworks.   The children managed to collect over 2 KG of rubbish including a large number of cigarette buts.  Well done boys and girls you have done a great job.

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P3a & b Anti-bullying Comic

Primary 3a and 3b have been working with Oak Note Theatre carrying out a series of ant-bullying workshops to create their own digital comic.  Here is the link to view their comic

Hope you enjoy viewing their hard work.  Well done boys and girls.

Leithers Don’t Litter

Lorne’s eco group were delighted to attend the Zero Waste Leith launch party in conjunction with Changeworks. We listened to lots of different guests speakers discussing how the organisation can help our local community to reduce litter, flytipping and food waste, and inspire more recycling, repairing and reusing.
During our evening we got to taste lots of different food from cafes and restaurants in our local community. We were able to look round the different stalls and very much enjoyed playing a recycling sorting game.
Finally we noticed at one stall, that we could adopt a street, a programme run by Leithers Don’t Litter. Naturally there was only one street for us; Lorne Street! We are looking forward to doing our very best and making sure our street is litter free.