We have now updated our Parents/Carers tab to include a new Mental Health and Well-being section. This section of our website contains links to websites that have information and resources to help to support the Mental Health and Well-being of parents/carers and young people.
The Scottish Book Trust has requested that Primary 2 and Primary 3 parents please complete the Read, Write, Count Survey before 27th February. Through completing the survey, parents can also enter into a draw to win a personal Read, Write, Count Goodie bag filled with books, games and activities for all the family to enjoy. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ReadWriteCount17 …
We are open. No access to car park at the moment. Please walk in and around school. We will keep you updated on access to car park if the gritters arrive.
We are open. No access to car park. If possible please walk in and around school.
If the ice in the playgrounds do not clear overnight, we will open the main entrance and P1/2 entrance for children at 8.45am. Main access points will once again be gritted from the main gate to main entrance and the car park path to the P1/2 playground. Access from the rear gate at the bowling club will only be for the P1/2 playground.
With the mix of rain and a drop in temperature, both playgrounds can still be treacherous at 3pm. If this is the case we will release P1/2 children from the usual exit but P3-7 from the main door. As all managers and support staff are required to ensure all children are collected safely, please contact the office before 2.30pm if changes to your child’s collection are required.
Thank you for your support in this matter.
Our Annual Harvest Festival will be taking place on Wednesday 25th October 2017.
In previous years we have delivered bags of goodies to Senior Citizens within our community as well as donated some food to the East Renfrewshire Food Bank. This year we hope to do the same again.
If you are able to, please can you send in any of the following items:
P1 pupils should bring savoury tins (e.g. soup, beans)
P2 pupils should bring savoury tins (e.g. soup, beans)
P3 pupils should bring sweet tins (e.g. custard, fruit)
P4 pupils should bring biscuits and confectionary
P5 pupils should bring biscuits and confectionary
P6 pupils should bring tea and coffee
P7 pupils should bring pasta and rice
Nursery pupils should bring any food items
Donations should be brought into school on Monday 23rd October or Tuesday 24th October.
We have just received information about this year’s Show Racism the Red Card’s ‘Wear Red Day’ which takes place on Friday 6th October. This is a great chance for young people to get involved in anti-racism education, simply by wearing red! As a Rights Respecting School, we are very happy to have the opportunity to become involved in initiatives which promote equality and diversity therefore we would like to take part in Wear Red Day 2017.
We would like all our pupils and staff to wear any red item of clothing on Friday the 6th of October. This could range from a red t-shirt to red socks or any other red accessory.
Our participation in this event is to promote the anti-racism message therefore pupils are not required to bring a donation on this occasion.
East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure are delighted to be able to host the Tesco Bank & National Galleries of Scotland Art Competition for Schools exhibition at Eastwood Park Theatre. The exhibition will run until 14 January 2018 with free entry. The exhibition showcases work from schools across Scotland, with the aim of encouraging school children to interact with, and be inspired by, artworks in the National Galleries of Scotland’s collection.
Book your tickets online.