Please click link below to access P4-7 Term 1 newsletter…
A paper copy will also be available in your child’s homework diary.
If you are a Morrisons customer please help us to get some FREE gardening equipment for our school!
For every £10 you spend (in store or online) at Morrisons, you’ll get a Grow Token to help our school get everything they need to get growing. Download the MyMorrisons app today to start collecting Grow Tokens and choose our school if you’d like to help us.
Collin Eco School Committee
Pupil Council gives pupils the chance to express their views and make changes to improve different aspects of our school and their school life.
Our Pupil Council for Term 2021/22 are:
Congratulations to our new Pupil Council members. We look forward to all of the wonderful things that you will achieve over the year!
Our Junior Road Safety Officers for Term 2021/22 are:
Congratulations all and good luck in your new role!
A message from JRSO
Hello! We are the Junior Road Safety Officers at Collin Primary School for 2021/22. It’s our responsibility to make sure that Collin Primary School pupils are safe on the roads around the school, and that they choose safe, healthy and active ways to get to and from school.’
Keep an eye on our Blog for lots of exciting updates and competitions linked to all things JRSO!
Remember stay safe, be bright, be seen!
Bike to School Week is a week-long event across the UK to encourage families to cycle and scoot to school. It’s a great way to celebrate the huge benefits an active school run brings.
This year it takes place from 27 September to 1 October 2021.
Find out more and read the handy safety tips at the following website…
If you chose to take part make sure to take photos and send them into school to be shared on our blog.
Don’t forget your helmet, stay safe, be bright and be seen!
From your Junior Road Safety Officers,
Sinead, Cameron, Freya
Staff and pupils of Collin Primary wish to say a massive thank you to parent Mr Patterson for cutting back the nettles at the side of the road and keeping us safe. These had become a bit of a pest over the weeks and unfortunately some children have been stung. Thanks to Mr Patterson these are all trimmed back and the children have a safe path way to school.