Just a wee reminder that the P7 information evening for pupils and parents will take place 4 May at 7.15pm at St Ninian’s High School.
Our next parent equalities forum will take place on Thursday 11 May, 7pm in Mearns PS.
Glow Users can now download for free the Microsoft Office 2016 apps on up to 15 personal devices; up to 5 PCs or Macs, 5 tablets (Windows, iPad and Android) and 5 phones. Making these apps available helps Glow users take full advantage of the opportunities these tools offer. The Office apps which include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote provide a learning platform that extends beyond school and into the world of work.
To download the Office 2016 apps, log in to Glow and either click on the ‘Download Office Now’ tile or go to the ‘Office 365 Home’ tile and once in Office 365, click on “Install Office 2016” at the top right of the page. Find out more here.
To view our recent Numeracy workshop presentation, please click on the link below.
Please remember that our parent equality and diversity meeting will be held at 3.30pm today (27th March) in the school. We look forward to seeing you there!
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Today we celebrate the Feast of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.
We have accumulated quite a lot of lost property. If your child is missing any items of clothing, lunch boxes, water bottles, trainers etc, please call into school and have a look at our “collection”.
All lost property will be disposed of on Friday 17th March
Remember you can buy new school uniform from the school office at any time.
Please click on the link below to view the PPT shared during the Resilience workshop for parents.
Please click on the link below to view information on the Easter Sports Camp.
Our February newsletter is now available to view by following the link below:
Every November, Scottish Book Trust gifts a free bag of books to every P1 child in Scotland to help them with their reading, writing and counting and to encourage them to develop a life-long love of books. Scottish Book Trust is asking parents and carers of children in P1 to complete a short online survey about the Bookbug Primary 1 Family Bag. Please click here to take part in the survey, which shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes to complete. Your feedback will help us to improve the Bookbug P1 Family Bag in the future and you could win a free bundle of books! The deadline for completing the survey is 10 February 2017.
Please note our Specialist Curriculum Evening on the 25th January has now been cancelled. We are planning on replacing this with a calendar of workshops, details to follow.
A resilience workshop for parents will take place on the 20th February at 7pm in St Cadoc’s Primary. We look forward to seeing you.