We would like to thank Mr Jimmy Kleboe for being our Lollipop Man on Sloan Street since February.
Jimmy has done a marvellous job of ensuring that Catrine PS pupils get to and from school safely over the last few months.
So, thank you, Jimmy, from the pupils, parents and staff of Catrine PS.
Our new Crossing Patroller is Graeme Fullarton – our Junior Road Safety Officers are looking forward to working with him over the course of the coming year.
Please click on the link below to view the questionnaire feedback from our recent Parents’ Afternoon/Evening on Wednesday 10 October 2018.
Thank you for your feedback.
Please note that the badminton class today at Catrine Games Hall is cancelled. Class will resume next week as normal.
If your child is going home for their lunch on Wednesday 31 October, please send a letter into school or complete below:
If you are unable to pay for your child’s outing to the Palace Theatre through ParentPay, please contact the office for a barcoded letter that will enable you to pay at any pay point outlet.
If you require any further information, please contact the school office.
Please find below a link to East Ayrshire Council’s school meals survey for pupils. A copy is available at the school office or you can scan the bar code (on the survey) to complete online.
If you wish any further information, please call the school.
school meals survey – pupils
You are invited to come along to Catrine Primary School on Wednesday 7 November for a Literacy Stay & Learn session:
9.00 a.m. – 9.20 a.m.
Introduction – Mrs Schendel (Principal Teacher) will highlight the many strategies and resources that are used to teach Literacy in Catrine Primary School.
9.20 a.m. – 10 15 a.m.
You are welcome to visit your child’s class and join in with their Literacy learning and have fun.
All classes will be having a Halloween party in the afternoon on Wednesday 31 October. Pupils should come to the school in the morning wearing school uniform and will change into their costumes or casual clothes after lunch time. Any parents of Primary 1 or 2 pupils who want to help their child get changed can come to the school at 12.50 p.m.
If your child is going home for lunch on this day, you MUST inform their class teacher in writing. Thank you.
The whole school will be visiting the Palace Theatre in Kilmarnock on Tuesday 18 December to enjoy the 10.00 a.m. performance of “Sleeping Beauty”. To reduce costs for parents, the school is paying all transport costs and also subsidising tickets by £2.00 per child. Therefore, the cost of the visit will be £8.00 per child. You will be notified via ParentPay and we would appreciate all tickets being paid by 7 December.
If you wish any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Please see attached letter for information:
Congratulations to Clark Woodford for receiving the certificate below; “swimmer of the month award – for, effort and most improved swimmer” from Visions Swim Academy -Well done!! We look forward to seeing many more certificates Clark.
Please click on the link below to view the previous Parent Council Minutes:
AGM minutes 180918
Today we invited our parents to come along and see what we do in J.I.M (Jump into movement). Parents, children and Mrs Govans all enjoyed the session. Here is the photo of all the children after they received their medal and certificate.
Please ensure your child has appropriate clothing e.g., wellington boots, outdoor jacket, hat etc. for their outdoor learning day tomorrow.
Outdoor Learning Day 2
At Catrine Primary School we like to celebrate the success of our pupils in and out of school. If your child has achieved any accomplishments we would like to hear about it e.g., won a trophy at dancing, football team is doing well in their league, moved up a level at swimming lessons …………….. the list is endless. Please forward this information to firstname.lastname@example.org along with photos and we will celebrate this in school and on our school GLOW blog. We look forward to hearing about the many activities our children at Catrine Primary School have been involved in.