We need your views!!!

As a school, we are planning our priorities for next session. We are speaking to the children in school to gather their views but we’d also like the views of our parents and carers too. To help us plan for next year could you please complete this online questionnaire by clicking on the link below or scanning the QR code attached.
Thank you for taking the time to give us your views.

https://forms.office.com/e/2vPpTC3aFC

EAC Summer Schools

Summer Schools will be open to all East Ayrshire Primary (P4-P7) and Secondary pupils (S1-S6).
15-19 July 10am-3pm, in Mauchline Primary
22-26 July, 10am-3pm, in William McIlvaney Campus, Kilmarnock.
Kindest Regards,
Zara Smith
Cultural Coordinator, Dance & Movement
Education Service
Creative Minds Team
East Ayrshire Council

Head Teacher Update

It was a very busy week in Bellsbank PS last week. Our pupils have been working extremely hard. 

On Monday we had our first Pupil Voice Assembly. This was led by our P7 pupils. They led pupil discussions about our school values. They also discussed which values are the most important to them. The P4/5 and P5/6 classes participated well and there was lots of good discussion happening. We will continue to discuss our school values and will be looking for feedback from parents too. 

On Monday and Tuesday all classes participated in a Water Safety Workshop. This interactive experience was very informative and the children were able to develop their knowledge and skills to keep them safe around water. 

On Tuesday, P7 had a lesson from Mr Audino (French and Spanish teacher) from Doon Academy. They had a lesson from Mr McGuire (Science teacher) on Thursday.  

On Wednesday the After School Dance group had the opportunity to perform the routine they’ve been working on at the Gaiety Theatre. They gave a fantastic performance and represented Bellsbank PS well. 

On Friday, P5/6 presented what they’ve been learning to the whole school. They led a presentation about our school value – honesty. They shared their learning, including some amazing acrostic poems. 

At assembly on Friday, I was able to tell the children that the football pitch is ready for them to play on. The fences will remain for the next 6-8 weeks to allow the pitch to settle but they can start using it. We will be organising a rota so that all classes have the opportunity to play. Now that the playground and the football pitch is ready to use, we will be discussing a playground charter with the children to ensure everyone has the chance to play safely and fairly. 

As you can see, it has been a really busy week and next week is also busy, albeit a short week. Children and staff return on Tuesday after the long weekend. 

Tuesday – P6 visit Danger Detectives at Dean Park 

Wednesday – P7 will have a lesson from a Geography teacher from Doon Academy. 

Thursday and Friday – P7 will visit Doon Academy for STEAM activities (Science, Teachnology, Engineering, Art and Maths).  

It will be another busy week in Bellsbank PS. 

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