Please find links below to our updated guidance with regards to school collections at 3pm.
Our latest newsletter with information regarding the return to school can be found on our website using the following link.
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.
Google and Parent Zone are launching a series of virtual parent sessions for Be Internet Legends – and you’re invited to join one of the very first today (Friday) at 15:30!
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.
Has your child received a P2 or P3 Read Write Count bag? Please let us know what you thought by filling out the Parent survey: https://surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ZT92MZC
You will be entered into a prize draw to win a GOODIE BAG filled with books, games and activities for all the family to enjoy.
Happy New Year from everybody at Eaglesham Primary School.
We look forward to seeing you tomorrow morning at 9am.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.