PSA Cafe


Out PSA Heatlth Week Cafe was held on Friday. There was a range of tasty treats available, and all funds raised will go towards organising our Health Week later this term.

The cafe raised a very respectable sum of £281!

Thanks, as always, to the PSA helpers who organised and ran the event. We must also thank the school Vice- Captains and House Captains, who helped to set up the cafe and with running stalls and serving customers. They were enthusiastic, helpful and a real credit to the school! 10 house points each!

Here are some photos of the event-

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Big Pedal 2018

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Get set! Broughton Primary school is taking part in Sustrans Big Pedal 2018 on Friday 4th May. The Big Pedal is the UK’s largest inter-school cycling and scooting challenge that inspires pupils, staff and parents to choose two wheels for their journey to school.

Keep an eye on your parent email for more details!


PSA Cafe Reminder


Just a reminder that our PSA Health Week Cafe will be held tomorrow, Friday 27th April, in our Dining Room, from 11.30am-1.30pm. Hot Dogs, healthy home baking, soup and rolls will be on sale. Flyers for this event are attached below.

Due to the scaffolding in the bottom playground, the entrance to the Dining Room from the playground can’t be used. So, can all visitors to the cafe please use the basement doors to enter and exit the school. Please do not use the main entrance by our school office.Thanks.

We look forward to seeing a busy cafe tomorrow!

PSA Health Week Cafe flyer 2018

PSA Health Week Cafe Help Flyer 2018

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Cross Country Event

Cross Country Runners

Last Friday 20th April, our school Cross Country representatives took part in the EPSSA Cross Country event at Inverleith Park. Four races took place- P6 girls, P6 boys, P7 girls and P7 boys.

Over 200 children took part in each race and all our children ran their best.

A special mention goes to Daniel Ritchie P7 who came in in 21st place! We had 2 top 50 placed P6 boys, Nathan Fortune in 42nd place and Innes Penman who medalled in 10th Place.

3 girls were in the top 100 of the P7 girls event, but our best placed girl who medalled was Eilidh Noronha who was 3rd overall in the P6 girls event. Mhairi Noronha came in 17th place.

Well done to all the children who represented Broughton in a very sporting manner. You were a credit to our school!

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