|Kirkhill Primary – February 2019|
|Welcome to the February edition of the Kirkhill newsletter. We have had a busy start to the new year and the newsletter will share highlights from the last month and let you know about fut…|
Over the next few months we will be working closely with our Parent Council and School Community to raise funds for our new science Garden. Plans of our Garden can be found here;
UNCRC Article 29
Education must develop every child’s personality, talents and
abilities to the full. It must encourage the child’s respect for
human rights, as well as respect for their parents, their own and
other cultures, and the environment.
Take care making your way to school today. Our adverse weather advice can be accessed here: adverse weather.
We need your help! Please find information below to help us to keep the pupils and families of Kirkhill safe!
UNCRC Article 6
Every child has the right to life
Alasdair McDonald, the Head Teacher of Maidenhill Primary School, will be holding a drop in session at Kirkhill Primary School on Thursday 24th January. If you would like to meet him or if you have any questions to ask him about Maidenhill, he will be available from 9am until 10.00am
We have recently updated our Travel Plan which can be accessed below;
Please follow link below to the Questions and Queries document that has been uploaded to the Maidenhill Primary School website.
Please note that this document will be updated as/ when required.
A public meeting for parents/carers will take place at 6.30pm on 27 November in Mearns Primary School. Representatives from the Education Department, as well senior leaders from Mearns and Kirkhill primary schools, will be in attendance to provide you with further information and to answer any questions.
Plans and images of Maidenhill Primary have been uploaded to the Maidenhill Website.
The most recent meeting minutes from the steering group can be accessed here
Please find an exemplar of the letter sent out this week to parents/carers in the Maidenhill catchment area here