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Mayfield Parent Council have applied for a grant to obtain Sensory equipment, we would like to make a room within our school.

We think it would benefit the whole school and their families.  A sensory room would aid in the children relaxing, which is vital for a child’s emotional health.  It breaks down barriers, and offers a safe place to destress.

It can also be a great place for parent/child bonding.

Who couldn’t use a little relaxation in this life, let’s teach our kids the importance now.

To help be in with a chance we need your votes!

The Community decides, which projects get funding at an event held at Mayfield Church 11-2pm Saturday 21st May 2016.

Please pop in and vote for us.

Many thanks

Mayfield Parent Council

Walk to School Week 2016


Week commencing the 16th May is our next Walk to School Week. There will be charts in all the classes to log the amount of children who are walking to and from school. On the Tuesday (17th) of that week it will be Happy Shoes Day when the children can come to school in their ‘happiest’ shoes. We will also be doing our Inter School Walk, a walk between local schools by the JRSOs.

Midlothian Sumdog Contest is on NOW!


We are taking part in Midlothian’s Sumdog Contest!

Have fun and join in the online maths games that support learning.

Can Mayfield Primary School be Midlothian Sumdog Champions?

Join in and help us try!



Thank you to everyone who has been helping us recycle to raise money for school funds!

Look how well we are doing with our ‘Class Recycling Challenge’!

Recycling Challenge 18.3.16


Poltonhall Football Festival

On Thursday we took part in the first of the Midlothian Primary School’s Football Festival of the year.


We enjoyed playing against schools from all over Midlothian.  Working together as a team and playing some great football.




The aim of the festival was to play football, show good sportsmanship and most of all have fun!



We are looking forward to our next festival!



Thank you to Keith Wright (Midlothian Football Development Officer) and his team for holding another great festival.



Recycling Count …Week 1

Thank you to everyone to has helped us with the first week of  our Class Recycling Challenge!

Remember we are recycling Tassimo Coffee Pods and their outer foil wrappers….Dried out pens and biscuit wrappers to help us raised money for school funds.



After the first week of collecting in our classes.  The first collections have been counted and verified!

Recycling Challenge week 1

Well done to P3/4 who have collected lots of recycling this week!

Let’s Recycle!




On Thursday 3rd March 2016 we will be celebrating World Book Day!

We would like everyone to dress up as their favourite book character!

Community Newsletter – February 2016

Take a look at our February Newsletter!

Newsletter – February 2016

rag-bagThe ‘Rag Bag’ recycling scheme has been developed to provide regular fundraising for schools in Scotland. It increases awareness of textile recycling and by increasing recycling rates we can help the environment by ensuring less material goes to landfill. The scheme is completely FREE, and our school will be paid for every kg recycled.


Our next Rag-Bag bulk collection will take place Thursday 13th October 2016. Please drop bags at main door on this date before 9.00am. Items can also be recycled throughout the year by popping bags into the recycling bin situated at main entrance of school.

Items accepted for recycling are:

Wearable Clothing          Paired Shoes          Handbags            Belts

Further details on Rag-Bag textile recycling scheme can be found at:


Take a look at our December Newsletter!

Newsletter – December 2015

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