At Sunnyside we pride ourselves on being involved in wider community projects and working closely with a number of partners across our community.
Please find information below on a number of community groups and events:
At Sunnyside we use online learning journals as part of our reporting process, these provide specific learning learning information and next steps for your child.
Learning journals are updated termly.
If you have not accessed your child’s learning journal or have forgotten the password, please let us know and we can help.
For additional information regarding learning journals please see our guides here
We have expanded our Parent Council section. Please check out the changes.
This information has been put together by the Parent Council and if you have any questions please contact them via the links provided.
What is it ?
A free, fun, family learning group, held here at Sunnyside each term. It focuses on learning life skills with families, based on what interests them. We aim to support our families and build links in our community.
What do we do?
We take part in different activities and games, from CPR training to sewing workshops, PE games to maths and literacy activities. Children and adults have taylor made activities based on what they want to do.It runs from 3:15-5:15pm, or if you wish to gain your elementary skills qualification we start at 2:15pm, with your children being bought to the club after school.
We all come together to prepare and eat a 2 course meal as a Sunnyside family.
Upto 6 parents can also achieve their Elementary Cooking Skills Certificate (SVQ recognised) working with our friends from NHS Forth Valley (from 2:15pm).
When can I come?
Supper Club starts again on 28th October, at 3:15pm for 6 weeks…if you would like to attend please let the school know ASAP.
Learning Journals are a secure online reporting system that we use at Sunnyside Primary, we would like to invite any parents/carers to our workshops tonight, Monday 21st October 2019, at 3.15 and 5pm.
These workshops aim to:
If you cannot make these we have also updated our Learning Journal FAQ’s – available here:
Keeping children safe online is one of our main priorities and is an area of great concern. Many of our children access the internet and social media e.g. Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok with no awareness and understanding of the consequences and risks that they put themselves in.
In recent times we have seen a rise in; children who have been targeted by adults online; who have been bullied online; and who have posted inappropriate images and content which have resulted in them being significantly at risk.
Therefore we have asked NSPCC to support our mission by offering online safety workshops for parents. You may feel that you are able to monitor your child’s usage, however, we would strongly advise taking this opportunity to further support you in keeping your child safe.
This workshop is completely free, light refreshments will be provided, and will take place on Tuesday 29th October at 1:30pm and again at 4pm.
Please contact the school office if you wish to attend.
At Sunnyside we believe that education should be accessible to all and with this in mind we are launching our “Cost of the School Day” parental consultation.
It is important for us to understand how issues affect families and children’s abilities to engage with all aspects of their learning. To access this online please use the link below:
Our October 2019 Newsletter is jam packed fun of exciting news from Sunnyside. Now available here
Sunnyside is opening its doors to parents once again, we are hosting an open afternoon for parents/carers to “drop in” and see learning in classes.
The school open afternoon will take place from 1:45-2:45pm. Parents do not need to stay for the full hour, as this is a drop in and lessons will be taking place as usual.
Please note P7LS will be skiing and will be hosting a separate open afternoon in November.
Our Family Learning Survey is LIVE!
The feedback you provide is invaluable, it lets us know how we are doing, and helps us to decide our next steps. It is a short, multiple choice questionnaire and should take no longer than 5 minutes.
The survey will close on Wednesday 2nd October.