The children looked great in their costumes today for world book day. They were very proud parading around the church and the nursery.
We had a fascinating visit from Tweed Valley Mountain Rescue today. They brought two specialist Land Rovers, a backpack full of important items, a mountain rescue stretcher AND, most excitingly, […]
At SMPS we eagerly await the performance of yet another smash hit by our fantastic SMSC. We know from experience, South Morningside Stage Club productions are not to be missed! […]
On Friday, 24th November 2017, Primary 4C gave an amazing performance at a conference to celebrate 10 years of Growing Confidence. The children were asked to talk about what the […]
On Thursday the children were very busy baking with Mrs Gosman for our fundraising event. On Friday 17th we had a bake sale in the outdoor classroom for the parents […]
On Monday we visited South Morningside Library. Rhona read some lovely stories which all the children enjoyed. Isla said “I liked the snake one that gobbled everything up” Flynn ” I […]
It might feel like eons away, but the council have begun the process of determining term time dates for 2019/20 and beyond, and are interested in YOUR views on the […]
As part of their transition events towards high school, P7 pupils and their families are invited to visit Boroughmuir High School on Friday, October 27th, from 1.30pm, to meet staff […]
For details on the One-ery induction day, 2018, please see here The One-ery staff were overwhelmed with the generosity and skills of the One-ery parents who […]
Have your say! Vote for which charity to support Giving to charity is an important part of our school ethos and values. However, we listened carefully to feedback at our […]
Every year our school family is treated to an exciting, mind blowing, professional-looking stage production by our very own P6 and P7 pupils, who form the “SMSC – South Morningside […]
P6 had an ‘amazin’ day today visiting and working at ADCS (Amazon Development Centre Scotland), Waverley Gate, the culmination of their Technology project to explore and experience Robotics Engineering. […]
Today we were lucky enough to have the chance to explore the back of an ambulance. We had great fun discovering what was there and how things worked!
On our weekly trip to the woods we generally pass people out walking their dogs.This week we were lucky to see two people out riding their horses.
The school is abuzz with excitement as our talented P6 and P7 pupils prepare for their debut performance of “Freezin’” , a South Morningside Stage Club production written and directed […]
Yesterday P3C were learning to use chalk and oil pastels effectively to create pictures of flowers. We are very proud of the results.
P3C made bookmarks using scratch art to celebrate World Book Day. We enjoyed sharing books and reading them together with P7C.
We had lots of fun hearing about ‘Life as a Member of the Policeforce’ and we learnt alot from our visitors.
The Engage! team, Boroughmuir High school Parent Council would like to extend an invitation to all families with high-school aged pupils : EVENT for secondary pupils: WHAT CAREER ARE YOU […]
Today we got the bus down and back to Morninside library. Rhona read some lovely stories to the children.
Over the last few weeks in the Nursery we have had fun celebrating Burns and followed by Chinese New Year. During these celebrations the children have taking part in a […]
As part of their ‘Emergency Services’ Topic, and to be prepared for all eventualities, the P3s have spent time practising phone-conversations with 999 operators.
This week at the nursery we had our dancing shoes on. The children enjoyed a ballet session from Angela Watson. They also had a great time at the first of […]
On Friday the morning children visited Oaklands nursing home. The residents and staff were very welcoming to the children and the children sang beautifully.Check out some of their songs below. […]
To raise money for Children in Need 2016, the children came dressed in spots. Thank you to the parents for their support and generous donations.
Yes, it’s already that time of year again! As we all know December fills up quickly with parties, events and all manner of winter fun. Below is info about two […]
Well done to all the Primary 2 children who took part in the Scottish Country Pudsey Dance on Wednesday. You all looked fantastic! Remember to send in your sponsor forms […]
At the weekend we had a garden working bee to start outrage garden renovations. Thank you to all of the parents who gave up their Satursday morning to come along […]
South Morningside Primary will be open as part of the Edinburgh Council Open Day for schools, on Wednesday, 2nd November 2017. Primary 6 pupils will be giving tours of the […]
Well done to our primary 5s who were in action at Murrayfield on Monday 26th September. The SMPS P5 Rugby team competed against teams from other Edinburgh primary schools and […]
SMPS pupils are lucky to have a huge selection of clubs available to choose from, most of which take place before / during (lunchtime) / after the school day in […]
We were invited to the launch of the First Minister’s Reading Challenge at the book festival. Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister, joined us for a workshop with an illustrator called […]
On Monday morning the rain held off enough to have our sports day. All the children took part in various races. They cheered each other on, but the biggest cheer […]
As part of our ‘Making a Difference’ annual whole-school topic, P3-7 classes have raised money during their ‘Fair Trade’ initiatives, and together with the money P7 pupils have raised doing […]
Mortonhall Tennis Club is hosting tennis camps over the Summer Holidays for 5-16 year-olds. Please click HERE to download more information and an application form.
An exciting opportunity has come up for some real summer fun (now lets hope the weather plays along) – beach volleyball is being offered to all children from P5 to […]
Primary 6 A and B had their Cakepop Fairtrade afternoon. They had been busy all week making and decorating cakepops and putting together their stalls for their visitors. The children […]
Right on our doorstep, an exciting summer holiday camp is opening it’s doors to all SMPS pupils. The ‘Guardians of Ancora’ themed week-long adventure will take place at Greenbank Parish […]
Our whole-school ‘Making a Difference’ initiative this year is centered around ‘Fair Trade’. Primary 3s and 4s have decided to create fair-trade bags as part of their learning about fair […]
The Primary 6 classes were fortunate to go to Craiglockhart Hill as part of their JASS project. They had a fantastic time building Dens out of the surrounding materials. […]
Our P7s are taking part in the Virgin Money project ‘Make £5 Grow. In teams, they have set up small ‘businesses’. They have worked in school and at home on […]
Get down to Edinburgh Sports Club on Saturday the 28th May for an afternoon of FREE and FUN tennis OPEN TO EVERYONE. In association with the LTA’s ‘Great British Tennis […]
Our P3 classes visited Gorgie City Farm last week. Children had a chance to visit with the cow, goats, sheep, pigs – including adorable piglets! and met with the Gorgie […]
At the end of last term, Primary 7 children had the opportunity to take part in a fantastic transition event at Boroughmuir High School. They took part in three workshops […]
At South Morningside we are extremely lucky and proud to have the talented and charismatic Stephen J Martin run the SMSC – The South Morningside Stage Club, who put on […]
The P7 JRSO’s (Junior Road Safety Officers) have set the whole school a challenge: Design and name a mascot that will be used to introduce the 20mph speed limit around […]
Primary 2 children have been visiting Craigmillar Castle as part of their ‘Scottish Castles ‘ topic. Once used by Mary queen of Scots, the castle now is mostly deserted – […]
Mortonhall Tennis Club is hosting tennis camps over the Easter Holidays for 5-16 year-olds. Please Click on the link below to download more information and an application form. MORTONHALL TENNIS […]
Primary 1A went for a walk down Morningside to see what their local area looked like. They took pictures along the way, which they later used to make a map.