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Please click on poster for details of a Community event

Neilston Baby and Toddler Group In conjunction with Neilston Wasps football team are holding a Community Family Fun Day on the 18th June.

It would be great to see lots of local families there enjoying the fun!! Let’s all hope this sunny weather lasts until then!!




SOS disco

Our SOS group have organised a disco for the end of school year.

The disco will take place on Thursday 26th May

P1- P3   6.30pm – 7.45pm   Disco

P4 – P7       8pm – 9.15pm

Parent Equalities Forum

All are invited to attend the final Parent Equalities Forum of this session  which 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.



Walk to School week

JRSO are promoting walk to school week                                                   Monday 16th May – Friday 20th May.We are running a competition to promote Walk to School Week.    The class with the most children walking at the end of the week(including park and stride) will receive an extra break that Friday


Dyslexia Scotland Glasgow East Ren Branch

Parents, Pupils and Teachers  Are welcome to our


Thursday 5th May 2016



                              7.15pm-8.15pm Mearns Castle High School,                                 Newton Mearns G77 5GU             Email Address is

MacMillan Cancer Support

As you may remember, last November we held an Rights Respecting Schools awareness day and part of this day included a fun run involving our school and St Thomas Primary.  Our school raised £314.30 for MacMillan Cancer Support which was presented to Emma Connor today at assembly.  Many thanks for all your support with this and all our charity events this year.


Tesco Bags of Help

Neilston Primary has bagged a share of a £11.5 million                                   carrier bag charge fund
We are delighted to announce we have bagged £12,000 from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.
The supermarket teamed up with Green Space Scotland to launch its Bags of Help initiative, which saw grants awarded to local projects – all raised from the 5p bag charge.
Almost a million shoppers voted in stores up and down the country. And it can now be revealed Neilston Primary has been awarded £12,000.
The results have been announced and we will now begin work on bringing our project to life.
We are absolutely thrilled to have been chosen by Tesco to receive such a tremendous amount of money to spruce up our school grounds. The children have such beautiful scenery surrounding their school therefore we want to maximise our outdoor learning space. It is very exciting and we still cannot believe we have been awarded £12,000. We are sure the children will enjoy spending the money!
The Eco Committee.

Sports Relief Friday 18th March

sportsPupils should come to school wearing outdoor PE kit. (P1 will change PE kits at lunchtime. They should in school uniform that day).  Sports Relief band will be on sale at a cost of £1. Throughout the day there will be Teachers versus Pupils sporting matches.

P4 and P5 will be playing Netball

P6 and P7 will be playing Basketball

P1,2 & 3 will be playing football

Names for the above activities will be drawn randomly out of a hat. Pupils should inform their class teacher if they are interested in taking part.

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