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CLOTHING                                                                                                          Toiletries
Indoor shoes (not slippers)                                                                                    Towels (2)                                                                                                                                                                           Outdoor trainers and/or walking boots                                                                   Soap                                                                                                                                                                               Waterproof jacket                                                                                               Toothbrush and toothpaste                                                                                                                                                 Waterproof trousers                                                                                             Face cloth
Multiple clothing layers                                                                                         Shampoo
Daily change of underwear , vests  & socks plus extras                                             Brush and comb
Pyjamas                                                                                                              Deodorant - stick or roll on - no sprays
Cotton T Shirts on for each day                                                                             Suntan lotion/Insect repellent - if forecast                                                           
Several sweatshirts/hoodies                                                                                  is good
Several pairs of jogging bottoms NOT JEANS                                                           Miscellaneous
Warm night clothes x 2                                                                                         plastic bottle for drinks
1 outfit for disco                                                                                                  small bag/rucksack
Warm hat , scarf and gloves if forecast is poor                                                       sleeping Bag
Cap/sunhat if forecast is good

Consider the weather forecast when packing. The children will certainly get wet and muddy, so about 6 changes of clothing from the skin out will be necessary over the 4 days!

Activities will continue in all but the very worst weather conditions.   

Hawick Reiver's Festival-Saturday 24th March 2018

We have again been invited to take part in this year's Reivers' festival. All primary 7 pupils are invited to take part in drama activities connected to the Reivers.

There will be one performance of our productions, at around 12:00 p.m. in St Mary's Church. Pupils will also be invited to take part in the parade  which opens the event and to sample a "Reivers' Breakfast". After the productions, children and their families are free to enjoy what in past years has become popular Borders event. You will be supplied with a full programme of Festival events to help you do this.

The schools drama section of the Festival aims to give children of various age groups experience of live theatre as a means of re-creating our local social history using a variety of drama techniques. We hope parents , relatives and friends will support the productions. There is no admission charge, but this year , we are suggesting the audience make a voluntary donation towards the upkeep of the church building which provides our venue.

You will be sent further details regarding the production later, together with your copy of the festival programme. If you are happy for your child to take part in this production, please return the reply slip by Friday 26th January.

A Reiver's Moon- Tuesday 14Th November 2017

We have been invited to attend this year's local production of A Reiver's Moon on Tuesday 14Th November at Hawick Town hall. The tickets are free for any children who are interested in attending and Mrs Gordon will be supervising on the night.

We will meet outside the Town hall at 6.50.p.m with the performance starting at 7.00p.m. The show is expected to end approximately at 9.45p.m. After the show the children should be collected before 10.00p.m from the front of the Town hall.

Please complete the attached reply slip, providing a contact number and return it to the school by Tuesday 14Th November


The school will be running a Badminton club aimed at pupils in Primary 6 on Monday afternoons from 3.20 - 4.15pm in the main hall. The club will run for 4 weeks and will be taken by Mrs Gordon.

The Badminton Club will start on Monday 13th November until Monday 11th December 2017. Children who participate will be invited to attend the Borders Badminton Competition on Saturday 17th February from 9.15am at Earlston High School.


All Primary 7 pupils are taking part in the above Hockey Festival.

The Hawick Hockey Festival will take place on Tuesday 3rd October at the Volunteer Park Astroturf from 10.00 - 12.00 pm. Organisers have requested a 10.00 am sharp start;

therefore we will be leaving the school at 9.30 a.m. The children will be back in school be lunchtime

Please remind your child to have their PE kit , a warm top or tracksuit and waterproof on that day. As always festivals like these can not go ahead without the help of parents and this year we will need 2 parent helpers. if you are free and able to help with the event please call the school on 373521 or complete the slip below and return it to Mr Hunter.

If you have any questions please do not hastate to contact us at the school.


I am writing to advise you that the date for the P7 residential trip in 2018, has been changed from 5th - 9th March to 26th February - 2nd March 2018.

The cost of the trip is unchanged at 281 per pupil, excluding transport cost. We will ask if the parent council (Friends of Drumlanrig) would be willing to cover the cost of transport again next year.

As previously advised, the deposit for the trip is due to be paid to the travel company by the end of April 2017 and the final payment by January 2018. This may seem like a long way away but starting payments early, you will be able to spread the cost. We would not wish for any child to miss out on the trip due to difficulties with finance, therefore, we would ask you to contact Mrs Gordon to discuss how we can help if this is an issue.

As discussed at the meeting, the deposit of 55 should be paid by Friday 1st April. However, if your child does not go on the trip for any reason, the deposit is not refundable.

Payment Arrangements -      Deposit                                  55 per child        due by 1st April 2017

                                            Interim Payment                     75 per child         due 9th September 2017

                                            Interim Payment                     75 per child        due 4th November 2017

                                            Final Payment                         76 per child        due 16th


Dear Parents/Guardians

This year, Primary 7 will attend the Scottish Borders Crucial Crew Initiative, run by Lothian & Borders Police, on Thursday 21st September 2017 at Eildon Mill, Tweedbank.

This is Based around  a variety of personal safety  scenarios, presented to the children, who they have to make  decisions regarding  the right actions to take.

The children will require outdoor  clothing  and  footwear  and a packed lunch. please provide one from home or order a school packed lunch in advance via Parent Pay.

Please complete the attached EV2 and return the slip you your childs teacher as soon as possible .