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Welcome to our Williamston Primary School blog. We have very strong home/ school partnerships and welcome the support that parents can . then fill out the card or online form and send it back to the scientists at Edinburgh University. Well done to Hailey who represented Primary 4 at the West Lothian Scottish Poetry.
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They all played well and were well deserved runners up. Welcome back after the Easter holidays! Today the Green Group did a lovely presentation all about what they have learned in the past month.

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He told us lots of interesting facts about soldiers. Education Quality Assurance information on our school. We all had a fantastic time and loved learning all about the Romans. Kaylee wore her helmet when she was riding her bike.

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Blog primary schools welcome back scotland We have also updated and completed our Sway. Assembly — this is on Friday. Recently we have been focusing on how we can promote a breastfeeding friendly culture in our nursery. We look forward to seeing you there! We heard stories, designed a banquet and drew pictures of the palace using charcoal. We wish you all a great holiday! Using small building cubes they have been comparing size and counting to see how many cubes they might need to reach the tops of the various sizes of plants.