P4 After school Tennis Club at Giffnock Tennis Club
After the success of the Davis Cup at the weekend, Primary 4 pupils are being offered the chance to attend a P4 Tennis Club organised in partnership with our Active schools Co-ordinators and Giffnock Tennis Club.
The club will run at Giffnock Tennis Club on a Monday evening from 3.45pm-4.30pm. See below for more details:-
Venue: Giffnock Tennis Club, 4 Percy Drive, Giffnock, G46 6PA
Dates: 1st Oct, 8th Oct, 22nd, 29th Oct, 5th Nov (5 weeks – Not on 15th Oct due to Oct Holiday)
Time: 3:45pm – 4:30pm
Cost: £10 (to be paid to the club on week 1, tennis rackets can be provided if required)
Places are limited so if your child would like to attend, please email Schools@giffnock-ltc.co.uk by no later than 5.00pm on Tuesday 25th September to register your child’s interest. Please include the following information when emailing:
Name of child
Child’s Date of Birth
Reference – Woodfarm Cluster P4 Monday
A confirmation email will then be sent from Giffnock Tennis Club with a copy of the tennis club’s safeguarding children form, which must be completed and returned prior to the start of the first session.
Fantastic trial Offer for all pupils
Schools have recently received some Judo taster sessions from Pro Judo Head Coach, Brian Long. The idea of taster sessions within schools is to give children an opportunity to experience a new sports/activity that they may have not participated in locally. The children really enjoyed the judo session and were enthusiastic about the prospect of joining a judo club in East Renfrewshire. Pro Judo has been established since 2006, with 19 clubs across the West of Scotland it is the largest judo provider in Schools. All coaches are fully qualified and the organisation has a pathway in place to progress children from grass roots to performance athletes.
After the recent taster sessions in schools and enjoyment of the children, Pro Judo are looking to offer pupils the chance to take part in a 4 week trial offer of Judo at one of their classes.
There are a number of clubs running across East Renfrewshire. The closest classes to your school are below.
Venue: The Maccabi Youth and Sports Centre, Giffnock
Cost: £4 for the trial block for 4 weeks.
You can email: email@example.com
Or Book via link: https://projudo.class4kids.co.uk/term/20/East+Renfrewshire+After+School
If your child is interested in attending please book on by clicking on the appropriate link above or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to get the link. Please book the trial offer. This is only £1 per week for the 4 week trial.
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Congratulations to our P6 pupil Libby who won a bronze medal for swimming the 200m breaststroke at ON-X in Linwood on Sunday 17th June.
Well done Libby!
Please click on the link below to access information on East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure’s Holiday Activity Programme for Summer.
Please click on the link below to access an information letter on a P4 – P7 Family Fun Ski Night being held at Glasgow Ski and Snowboard Centre in June.
P4 to P7 Fun Ski Night
Please see our twitter feed to access the link to our newsletter for June. This was emailed out to all parents/carers today.
Please see our twitter feed to access the link to our newsletter for April/May. This was emailed out to all parents/carers today.
Just to let you know that the winner of our Fairtrade Competition was ……….P1b!!!! P2, 3 and 4 were very close! The pupils will enjoy their chocolate prize (Fairtrade of course!) later on.
Thanks to Dalraj and Jamie who helped to count the wrappers and hand out the prizes, and well done to everyone who took part.
Mrs Young and the Fairtrade Committee
Please click on the link below to access information on East Renfrewshire Council’s Holiday Activity Programmes:-
Our Primary 7 children look like they have had a fantastic time at Lockerbie Manor this week. We hope you have enjoyed the daily updates on our twitter page. We look forward to having them all back to Braidbar and hearing about their many adventures!
Please click on the attachment to see information on the Braidbar Primary Spring Party for children on Wednesday 28th March.
BRAIDBAR PRIMARY SPRING PARTY
Our Parents Evenings are coming up and will be on the following dates for Primary 7:
Tuesday 13th March, Wednesday 14th March and Thursday 15th March
All other year groups Primary 1 – Primary 6 and Nursery children are on the following dates:
Wednesday 21st March, Thursday 22nd March
Please click on the link below to access the booking system:
Please note that due to Scottish Government advice ‘NOT TO TRAVEL’ on Wednesday 28th February, Braidbar Primary School and Nursery Class will be closed to staff and pupils.
This information has been sent to all parents. Please see this page or our twitter feed for further updates.
World Book Day 2018
With World Book Day fast approaching, we wanted to let you know about how we plan to celebrate it this year!
Amongst the whole school activities that we will be doing on Friday 2nd March, the Parent Council have also organised a very exciting event………………………
Braidbar Parent Council are planning a Book Swap to celebrate World Book Day. We ask that on Thursday 1st March pupils bring in a book they are happy to swap. On Friday 2nd March they will have an opportunity to choose a new book to take home. Please note that children may donate more than one book but each pupil will only be allowed to take one book home. Left over books will be offered to the school for the library or classrooms (any extra will be donated to local charity shops).
We look forward to celebrating books and reading with you!
Our February 2018 Newsletter has been emailed out to all Parents and Carers today. This can also be accessed under our Newsletter section on the website.
Primary 5 have been studying Enterprise in Social Studies. We have carried out market research to investigate the best product for sale to maximise profits.
Our research has revealed that sweets were the most popular product. As a result, we have produced Sweet Cones. All the sweets are gelatine free and suitable for a vegetarian diet.
We have taken out a business loan from Miss Cumming and have to repay this in full. Any profit made in this venture will be donated to charity. Primary 5 pupils have voted for the SSPCA.
Sweet Cones will be available for sale from Monday 11th December for £1. We hope you will support our project.
Entrepreneurs in Training
I just wanted to say a massive thanks to you, your teachers and pupils that came along to the St Enoch’s Centre last week to sing Christmas Carols in support of The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.
As you know the hospice needs to raise £3.1million each year towards our £5million annual operations costs and we couldn’t do it without the support of you and your young people.
All schools that attended were fantastic and we cannot wait to let you know what was raised. We should have figure soon and I will send this onto along with a certificate that can be displayed for the children.
Thank you once again and enjoy the festive season.
Kind regards Caroline
Education & Challenges Fundraiser
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Nursery Class Christmas Letter 2017