Having seen the recent news reports, we would like to raise money for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal by asking pupils to bring any 5 coins on Friday 8 May. Pupils should wear their Carolside uniforms on their top halves as normal but can wear something blue elsewhere – perhaps jeans, leggings, joggers, socks, trainers, ribbons or hairbands. This is to symbolise the colours of the Nepalese flag. We hope that everyone will support this worthwhile cause.
Please follow the link below to access more information on the upcoming Dyslexia meeting.
Please follow the link below to read about everything Eco in Carolside Primary School
Please click below to read Carolside’s latest newsletter.
Please click below to read our Spring News Booklet.
In January the Equality Committee planned and organised the school’s involvement in the Show Racism the Red Card competition. This involved them presenting to classes at assembly and selecting entries to be submitted to the competition. The Show Racism the Red Card competition is open to all schools in Scotland.
Carolside Primary was delighted to have two pupils selected as overall finalists for this year’s Show Racism the Red Card creative competition. Niamh Harley was an overall finalist for the Primary 5 – 7 category and Jessica Rodgers was an overall finalist for the Primary 3 – 4 category. Both girls attended an award ceremony at Hampden Park on Thursday 19th March. They were both awarded with Highly Commended and were presented with certificates and prizes. Well done to both girls, what a fantastic achievement! The girl’s entries can be seen in the photos below:
Please note that the Nursery Newsletter for March has now been posted in our nursery section of the website. Please click below to access the newsletter.
A reminder that parent consultations will take place on Tuesday 31st March and Wednesday 1st April. Times have been issued. If you have not received your appointment time, please contact the school office.
A reminder that tomorrow is Comic Relief. In exchange for a small donation, children may wear something funny or dress in red. The Pupil Council has planned a Talent Show with classes choosing their winner to go forward to a year group semi-final. Finalists will perform in front of a panel of judges at assembly tomorrow.
Thank you to all pupils, staff and parents who helped to make World Book Day a great success. The children thoroughly enjoyed the day and took part in a variety of activities such as art work, author study, writing their own stories and being a reading buddy. Every child in the school took part in the Readathon and as a school, we read 1969 books! Thank you to all those who donated. We raised £655.16 and classes will be given their total in due course to spend on books from their wish list.
Parents/ carers should have received our most recent leaflets, communicating school improvements and feeding back on information gathered from pupils and parents. These leaflets and previous communication can be found under the tab ‘Parents’ in ‘Stakeholder Feedback’. You can also follow the link below.
Please click on the link below to view programme planned for our 3 day Science Fair next week.
Please follow the link below to access the special lunch menu for Wednesday 25th February