Please see below this month’s Williamwood Cluster newsletter
Due to Concert rehearsals and new P1s taster lunch event there will be no tuck available on Fri 10 June (tomorrow). Please ensure your child knows to bring a snack for morning break.
This year the Carolside Gardening Club has entered the Wheelbarrow Competition which takes place this weekend (11th and 12th June) at Greenbank Gardens.
The P5 Gardening Club has been working hard to grow their own plants and decorate the wheelbarrow, going along with the theme of the Queen’s 90th birthday.
Pop down to show your support and see our wonderful entry!
All parents/carers are welcome to attend the AGM of the Parent Council and PTA. The meeting will be held at 7pm in the dining hall Tuesday 7 June 2016.
Please contact the office (re opens 08.00am) on 0141 570 7100 to confirm your attendance. This will assist with catering requirements.
The PTA would like to remind all parents/carers of the following:-
- Thursday 2 June 2016 – Dress as you please day in return for Summer Fayre Donations as per leaflet sent home last week
- 8.45am and 3.00pm Thursday and Friday the PTA will accept good as new toys and bric-a-brac donations at the Bus Bay
- To be included in the draw all raffle ticket stubs and money must be returned to the school office no later than Thursday 2.6.16
Please follow the link below to access further information on the upcoming event.
Carolside Primary School’s Health and Wellbeing Committee were delighted to receive a visit from local business, Eat Deli. Kathryn from Eat Deli came along to meet the committee and find out all the wonderful things they have being doing to promote healthy eating within Carolside. She was delighted to see that the pupils had lots of knowledge in this area! The committee then took part in a fabulous smoothie and juicing workshop. They learned all about the health benefits of juicing and some of them even tried broccoli juice and beetroot juice! Their favourite had to be the ‘Carolside Crew’ fruit smoothie, which they invented and is now available on the menu in Eat Deli! Make sure you try it!
Our summer show this year will have a Disney theme. Classes are busily preparing their musical pieces for what is sure to be a great event.
Dates for the event are as follows:
Monday 13th June 7 – 8.30pm
Tuesday 14th June 1.45 – 3.15pm
Wednesday 15th June 7 – 8.30pm
Further information will be posted on our website nearer the time.
Please follow the link below for further information
Carolside is taking part in a national BIG PEDAL event until 29.4.16. Pupils may join in this event by cycling or scooting to school if they wish.
Junior Road Safety Officers have been involved and this event ties in with the school travel plan encouraging pupils to choose healthy and active ways to travel to school.
Please note that Carolside Primary will close at 2.30pm on Friday 1 April 2016. School reopens 09.00am Monday 18 April 2016.
Best wishes for an enjoyable Spring holiday.
All parents/carers are reminded school will close at the normal time today and will be closed tomorrow Friday 25 March and Monday 28 March 2016. School reopens on Tuesday 29 March at 09.00am.
We wish all families a happy Easter.
On Wednesday 23rd March, pupils will have the opportunity to build their own sandwich for lunch. Please click on the link below to access more information.
Following on from our recent and very successful STEM Fair, Carolside Primary held a STEM Fair gallery event to promote the learning and teaching which took place during the week of the STEM Fair.
Each stage had the opportunity to create a gallery board to display all the fantastic things they did during the week. Parents and carers were then invited into school and given a tour of the gallery.
As part of World Book Day, every class took part in a story writing relay. Stories began in Primary 1 and were passed up the school with each class taking it in turn to write the next part of the story. By the end, every pupil had contributed to one of four fantastic stories.
Not only did this serve as an exciting activity, it is a great way to observe progression in writing as pupils become older and advance through the school. The hope is that these stories will be collated and turned into a book, both for enjoyment and to use as a learning and teaching tool.
Please follow the link below to access further information on the upcoming fundraising event.
Please note that Carolside Primary School has recently updated its Code of Conduct to reflect our commitment of being a Rights Respecting School and to incorporate the values of GIRFEC. You can access our new Code of Conduct below.