During school closure, Save the Children have developed a home learning pack (attached) which is aimed at parents with a child aged 3-6 years old. It contains information on: how to talk about the Coronavirus to children; play based learning activities for children; and information for parents. It is hoped that this resource will support parents / carers to engage positively with their children and reduce stress levels within the family.
Save the Children – UK Covid-19 Resource Pack
Welcome back after the spring break. Here are some messages from some of the staff in school who are missing seeing you all.
East Renfrewshire Culture & Leisure Trust are running a joke competition for kids in schools and libraries coming up next week.
James Campbell, children’s comedian and author, is coming to Eastwood Park Theatre at the end of March with his stand up show, ?The Hilariously Funny World Of?.?, so for the second year in a row, we want local children in East Renfrewshire to join in with the comedy and tell us the funniest joke they can think of!
The prize for the best entry will be a family ticket to James Campbell’s show on Sunday 29th March!
If you would like to enter the competition, please collect a form from the school office – the deadline for entries to be returned to the office is Monday 2nd March at 3pm.
Happy New Year from everybody at Eaglesham Primary School.
We look forward to seeing you tomorrow morning at 9am.
Merry Christmas from all pupils and staff at Eaglesham Primary School.
School closes at 2.30pm on Friday 20th December 2019.
School reopens on Monday 6th January 2020.
We are collecting Aldi’s Kit for Schools stickers. Please hand them into the school office.
To celebrate the end of the Oor Wullie Big Bucket Trail, we have been invited to take some pupils from Eaglesham Primary School to the Big Farewell Event at the SECC on Friday 13th September 2019. This will give a group of pupils the chance to see all 60 large sculptures, 143 smaller sculptures (including ours!), take part in a variety of entertainment and receive free goodies on the day. Since places are limited, we have decided to run a competition. If you took part in the Big Bucket Trail and have any photos of yourself with an Oor Wullie statue, please email the photos into the school (SchoolMail@eaglesham.e-renfrew.sch.uk) with the name of the child and class. Entrant names will be chosen at random on Friday 6th September 2019. All photos will be used at assembly and for a display when “Oor Eaglesham Wullie” returns to the school later in September.
To celebrate the end of our first week back at school, Friday 23rd August 2019 will be House Colours Day. Children should come to school dressed in their house colours.
Some of our P7 pupils took a trip to Whitelee Windfarm to admire their creative work.
Oor Eagesham Wullie will be at the windfarm all summer as part of the Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail.
Everyone is urged to keep their #EyesOpen for children at risk during the school summer holidays. A new CPCScotland campaign says we can all do our bit to protect children.
As there is limited access to school buildings over the school holiday period, sanitary products will be available at:
- The Foundry, Barrhead
- Neilston, Giffnock and Clarkston libraries
- The Market Place, Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire, in Barrhead and at the Avenue
- The Museum, Barrhead
- The Edge, Fairweather Hall, Newton Mearns.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 577 4644.
Scotland’s animal welfare charity has launched the competition which will be a legacy piece to mark the end of the year-long charity partnership with Scotmid. The competition is aimed at young people aged 16 and under. The theme is “I love animals” and the Society is asking for designs which show how strong the bond between humans and animals can be.
The mural will be displayed in the Scottish SPCA animal rescue and rehoming centre closest to where the winner/s are located.
The closing date for entries is 31st July and entrants can email their designs to email@example.com.
The final Equalities Forum of the school year will take place at 7pm on Thursday 16th May in the Contemplation Room, Woodfarm High School.
The forum will showcase the work that Woodfarm High School have taken forward to promote racial and religious diversity within their school community. A presentation will be led by Fiona Johnston, Depute Head Teacher, with contributions from pupils and partner agencies.
Everybody is welcome to attend.