Please click on the appropriate link to view Term 4 Curricular Plans
Parents, Grandparents and Carers are all invited to join us in school for coffee and a chat.
These sessions are being run by Nicola Pennycook, our Homelink worker.
Please find letter attached from Linda McAulay-Griffiths regarding arrangements at St. Sophia’s on Thursday 12 December 2019.St-Sophias-PS-General-Election-12-Dec-2019
On behalf of the school community of St. Sophia’s Primary, I would like to extend a very warm welcome to you and your child.
The staff, children and parents work in partnership to create a positive, stimulating teaching and learning environment where we strive to meet the intellectual, spiritual, physical, emotional and creative needs of every child in our care.
Beginning primary school is an exciting and important milestone in a child’s life and we at St. Sophia’s will do our utmost to ensure that it is a happy, welcoming and worry free time for both parents and children. The information in this handbook is intended to give an insight into the life of the school to all parents and new children. However, if you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. We hope that you and your child will soon feel at home in our school community.
As a Catholic school our Christian Faith permeates all aspects of school life where everyone is treated with equality, fairness, love and respect. We are committed to, and look forward to, working with you, the parents, to help our children become confident individuals, responsible citizens, effective contributors and successful learners.
We are also delighted to inform parents that our school has been included in the recent funding for a new school. The process is at a very early stage and parents will be fully involved in the planning and consultation.