Curriculum Evening

Eaglesham Primary School and Nursery Class would like to invite you to school on Wednesday 7th September 2016  6.30pm – 7.30pm to find out what Curriculum for Excellence means for your child/children this session.  Our Curriculum Evening is an opportunity to be involved in the experiences your child participates in each day at school.

Curriculum Evening Letter 2016

 

 

Inflatable fun!

FUN DAY

On Monday 20th June, the Parent Council have hired some inflatables  (bouncy castle, slide and assault course) for the day.  Each class will come out (weather permitting) and have time to go on these.  The cost of this will be £1.50 which includes a drink of juice & packet of crisps and the money is to be brought to school on the day.  Please note, that due to problems experienced in previous years, if your child does not have the money on the day, they unfortunately will not be able to take part.

Thank you for your continued support this school year and we hope you have a nice summer.  

On behalf of the Parent Council Fundraising Committee

Dates to remember

Some dates to remember for June 2016 …

 

2nd & 3rd June – Neal Trophy Qualifying matches

3rd June – P1 Induction meeting (1.30pm)

4th June – Car Boot Sale (Parent Council event)

6th June – Parent Council AGM

7th June – P1 Induction lunch for children starting P1 in August @ 11.50am

8th June – P7 attending MCHS sports day

9th & 10th June – P7 attending transition days at MCHS (school uniform to be worn)

10th June – Last day for clubs

13th June – P7 visit to the Windfarm – shirt & tie be worn

14th June – EPS Sports Day (early lunch at 12pm)

15th June – P5 visit to Dynamic Earth

16th June – P7 leavers Ceilidh – 7.30pm to 9.30pm (photos from 6.30pm)

17th June – Strawberry Tea held by P6 pupils (early lunch at 12.15pm)

17th June – Neal Trophy final

20th June – Obstacle Course (Parent Council event)

21st June – Nursery Tie Ceremony (10.30am & 2.30pm)

22nd June – Church Service & P7 Tie Ceremony (1.30pm – early lunch at 12.15pm)

23rd June – School closed (European election)

24th June – School closes at 1pm

Parent Equalities Forum

Dear Colleague

The final Parent Equalities Forum of this session will take place on Thursday 12 May in Mearns Primary School at 7pm.

This will take the form of a ‘showcase’ event with some schools presenting on the work they have been doing around equalities.

I would appreciate if you could put this information on your school website and you are all very welcome to attend.

Kind Regards,

Maureen

Maureen Sneddon

Quality Improvement Officer

Date to remember…

Some dates to remember for May 2016 …

2nd May – Holiday (school closed)

3rd May – Walk To School Week

5th May – School closed (election)

9th – 13th May – P7 pupils residential trip to Lockerbie Manor

9th May – Parent Council meeting (7.15pm)

11th May – P5 attending Active 8 Rugby Festival at Whitecraigs Rugby Club

17th May – School open hour (1.45pm); Nursery open hour 8.50am/12.50pm

27th & 30th May – Holiday (school closed)

31st May – In-service (school closed to pupils)

Walk to School week

Walk to School Week – W/B 2nd May 2016

Dear Parents/Carer,

The Braveheart Walking Bus will be running every day during Walk to School Week! We hope that this will be another successful week of walking. Remember, even if you do not live in the village you can be dropped off at the Eaglesham shops at 8.30am in the morning.  If you would like to volunteer to help with a Walking Bus during this week, please contact Mrs Johnston-Smith. A little help really does go a long way in supporting active and safe travel to school. 

The Braveheart route is led by teachers who provide high visibility waistcoats for the children to wear ensuring a safe journey to school.  The Walking Bus is a great way for children to exercise whilst socialising with their peers.  It encourages all to take an active approach in their own health and well-being.  Please note that the bus will wait at each stop for a maximum of two minutes.  It is parents’ responsibility to escort their children to the bus stops.  Please do not leave a child at a stop if the bus has not arrived.  As the bus is run and manned by Eaglesham volunteers, it is classed as ‘informal’.  This means that all children attending the bus remain the responsibility of their parents until they arrive in the school playground.

If your child would like to join a Walking Bus, simply turn up on the day at one of the stops that are detailed below.  I look forward to seeing you there!

ROUTE 1 – Running all week.
BRAVEHEART
8:30am Stop 1 – Top of Lynn Drive

(at local shops)

8:45am Stop 2 – Outside Library
8:50am Stop 3 – Opposite Eglinton Arms
ARRIVE AT SCHOOL

 

 

 

 

Come and Try Event 2016

East Renfrewshire

Saturday Music Centre

‘P4 Come and Try Event’

 

Williamwood High School

Saturday 23 April 2016

10.00am – 12.00pm

 

Calling all budding;

Accordion, Bagpipe, ‘Cello, Clarsach, Double Bass, Drum Corps

Violin & Viola Players!!!

 

The above event is open to all P4 Pupils, not already in receipt of Instrumental lessons through the music service, and will provide an opportunity to learn more about the instruments mentioned above, see them in action and perhaps even have a try!

 

Pupils will be registered on arrival and parents/carers may then leave or stay and have a tea/coffee in the Café. N.B. Pupils will be expected to stay for the full duration of the event.

 

If you would like your child to attend please contact our admin team to book a place on 0141 577 3866 or email aimee.glen@eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk no later than 29 March 2016, giving details of your child’s name, school and a contact telephone number for the day.

Parent Consultation

The Council is seeking the views of parents and carers so that a model of provision can be devised to best meet the needs of our residents.

You are invited to respond by giving your views, suggestions or concerns.

The consultation will be live until 31 March 2016 at

https://getinvolved.eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk/

 

Sport Relief

In the last two years, Sport Relief has raised well over 71 million pounds to support projects both in the UK and abroad. This money has helped over 189,000 children to attend school and get an education. It has also ensured that over 734,000 children have been given life-saving vaccinations.

This year, Sport Relief takes place from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th March. We would love to contribute to this great cause by encouraging our pupils to run or walk a mile on Friday 18th March. Over the course of the day each class will be given this opportunity and we would be grateful for any donations you wish to make.

Pupils should come to school in their gym clothes and hand any donations to their class teacher.

Some dates to remember for March /April 2016 …

16th & 17th March – Parents Evenings (4pm-7pm)

21st March – Parent Council meeting (7.15pm)

23rd March – P1 Easter Egg Hunt (Parent Council event)

24th March – Church Service (early lunch at 12.15pm, service starts at 1.30pm)

25th & 28th March – Holiday (school closed)

31st March – Spring Disco for pupils (Parent Council event)

 

1st April – School closes early at 2.30pm

4th – 15th April – Holiday (school closed)

18th – 29th April – “Try A Sport” fortnight events in School

21st April – P6&7 Parents meeting re: health & wellbeing (6pm)

22nd April – P7 Power Walk to MCHS (and back!)

 

2nd May – Holiday (school closed)

3rd May – Walk To School Week

5th May – School closed (election)

 

Remember for March

Parents’ evenings take place on 16th and 17th March between 4-7pm.  Please note there will be no after school clubs on Wednesday 16th or Thursday 17th March.

The National Parent Forum of Scotland

The National Parent Forum of Scotland has been working with Skills Development Scotland as part of the programme of work underway in Developing the Young Workforce. We are pleased to have produced some tailored information for parents, as part of our successful “in a nutshell” series, which covers the new Careers Education Standard launched at SLF 2015. This new nutshell will supply parents with basic information about the initial role of this programme in schools and signpost them to where they can get some more information if they need it.

The link to the nutshell on the NPFS website is  http://www.npfs.org.uk/career-education-a-world-of-possibilities/

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