We have managed to create new Teams for P1/2 Mrs Kilday and P2 Mrs Bryson.
Download the Microsoft Teams app and use the Glow usernames and passwords to login.
Could all children in Primary 4-7 complete the form below. It helps us gather information about anti-bullying in Mauchline PS & ECC.
Please complete before Friday 8th May.
We are currently updating our anti-bullying statement, and would value your input.
We are asking all parents to complete the Form below.
Please complete by Friday 8th May. Thank you.
Our school have been learning about Rights for some time so I thought we could keep our wonderful learning in this area going. So every Tuesday I will be posting a ‘Right of the Week’ with a link to some resources should you want to take this learning further.
This week we are starting with a very important right: article 24. This right relates a lot to what is going on in the world just now. Article 24 states that you have the right to the best health care and you have the right to all of the things you need to stay healthy. Please see the link below for more information & activities related to this & feel free to send me any activities you complete.
More teachers have been creating a Microsoft Team for their class.
We now have teams for the whole school:
P1 – Miss Mair, P1/2 – Mrs Kilday, P2 – Mrs Bryson, P3 – Mrs Norman, P3/4 Miss McGrane, P4 – Mrs Burt, P4/5 – Mrs Walkinshaw and Mrs Scarisbrick, P5 – Miss Morrison, P6 – Miss Black, P6/7 – Miss Kirkcaldy and P7 – Miss Millar.
To access Microsoft Teams:
Here is the link to the new blog for the ECC:
It’s brand new so you will have to give us a few weeks to get it fully up and running!
Both the school and the ECC Twitter feeds are now linked to both blogs.
As you know everyday in Mauchline Primary and ECC we celebrate ‘Pupil of the day’ and ‘Staff Member’ of the day. This celebrates the special and unique qualities that we all have and the special role we all play within our school community by giving the ‘Pupil of the day’ and ‘Staff Member’ person compliments.
This week we would like to relaunch this with ‘Community Members’ of the week. Today we will be celebrating our NHS workers. If you have a special person you would like to give a compliment to, or would just like to give a general compliment to NHS staff please post a message here on the Blog (click on ‘Leave a Comment’) or on today’s Head Teacher’s twitter message.
We are very aware that some of our children with Autism – whether an official diagnosis has been given or not – may well be struggling with the lack of routine at this unusual time.
We will be putting on some support strategies and resources over the coming weeks to assist during this difficult time.
Please remember that all tasks/activities placed on the blog are voluntary and only for guidance. If they don’t suit your child, please don’t become stressed. Stop – and be lead by your child’s interests and needs.
Apologises for short notice but due to recent EAC guidance we can no longer provided story time. Please continue to check our blog for ideas and activities.