Week Beginning 2/7/18:
3/7/18 – YES Team (Jackie Moore & Josh Polson) will be at St. John’s P S from 09 00 – 16 00 to renovate the polytunnel structure; new polythene covering, interior bays). A workshop for all will be incorporated into the day from 10 00 – 12 00 to assist. Younger children will be supported to assist with maintenance of the planted area.
Week Beginning 9/7/18:
10/7/18 – YES Team (Jackie Moore & Josh Polson) will be at St John’s P S from 09 00 hours. An interactive “Picnic Lunch” workshop for all will take place from 12 00 – 14 00. Learn how to put together the wormery, give the worms your leftovers and let the kids run free in pursuit of the good, the bad and the ugly bugs!
Week Beginning 23/7/18:
23/7/18 – Yes Team (Jackie Moore & Tom Malone) will be at St. John’s P S from 09 00 hours to construct a compost bay from pallet cases. An interactive workshop for all will take place from 10 30 – 12 30. Herb & radish seed sowing for the children will be available. Adult residents are invited to come along throughout the day and assist!
27/7/18 – Yes Team (Jackie Moore & Tom Malone) will be at the St John’s to demonstrate how to make compost in the new compost bays! All hands on deck for this interactive workshop for All! St John’s P S – 14:30 – 16: 00.
Week Beginning 30/7/18:
30/7/18 – YES Team (Jackie Moore & Tom Malone) We be at St John’s from 14: 00 – 16:00 hours to present a variety workshop. All welcome.
Week Beginning 6/8/18:
6/8/18 – YES Team (Jackie Moore & Tom Malone) will be at St John’s from 14:00 – 16:00 hours for a “Bring Your Own Idea” Workshop. All welcome.
YES Family Cooking Workshops for the NDT “Get Local Project” will begin in the New Term. Look out for dates when we will be cooking up an autumnal storm in your area!!!
The council has confirmed they expect all schools and nurseries will be open Monday 5th March, as normal.
The council will provide updates on their twitter feed if the weather deteriorates.
The council have confirmed all schools and nurseries will remain closed on Friday 2nd March. The East Renfrewshire twitter feed will update over the weekend regarding Monday.
Please monitor the council’s twitter feed to stay up-to-date with the latest updates.
The cooking club were spoiled today when a couple of our amazing parents dropped by to show us how to make spring rolls. Nicole (Sarah’s mum) with the help of Cheryl (Kai’s mum) introduced the group to the tastes and smells of chinese cooking. Nicole then showed the group how to roll and bake correctly. She also showed the children some traditional chinese decorations.
|P3b DISCOVERY DAY FEEDBACK – 24th JANUARY 2018|
|What did you like about today’s event?||What could we do better?|
|I thought it was great to see all the work Meghan has done.||Nothing.|
|It was great to see everything Sophie has been talking about. Learning what CE means.||Keep up the great work.|
|I enjoyed playing the dice game. The children have been working so hard. Roman numerals was fun.|
|It was very interesting and lovely to see how the children absorb all of the information. Very well organised.|
|Very well organised. All the kids are very excited to show us around and you created the spirit in them, well done.|
|We liked seeing what activities and learning Thomas has been doing in his project.|
|Well organised event, allowing the children to take the lead in showing off all their wonderful work. Really enjoyed learning about the Romans and seeing how much my Daughter enjoyed the project.|
|Learning about the Roman Gods.||Nothing, it was fantastic!|
|It was very informative and great seeing what the children are learning.||Nothing, it was great!|
|Very interesting and informative. Good to see the children enthusiastic. They have been very busy!||Somewhere to put coats.|
|I enjoyed seeing what the children had been learning.|
|I enjoyed seeing everything Ellie has been learning about recently. It’s lovely to see how confident and settled she is in her class.|
|I loved seeing all the work about Romans. Cameron has talked a lot about this project and we tasted the Roman bread which Cameron really liked. He was very good at teaching me about Romans.|
|Lots of interesting information. Very colourful. Very educational/informative.||More Roman bread! 🙂|
|Enjoyed looking at what children have been learning about and seeing their work.||Some of the art work wasn’t named and we couldn’t find our child’s work.|
With Christmas fast approaching many of you might find Santa has brought you a new ipad, tablet, laptop or phone. It is worth remembering you can download all microsoft office apps for free!
To install, follow the instructions below .
Office 365 ProPlus
All Glow users, can get copies of Microsoft Office 2016 to use on their home devices – PC, Mac, phones and tablets.
This will enable the use of a range of Microsoft products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, OneNote etc) on up to 15 home devices without cost (the 15 licences being split as 5 for PCs and/or Macs, 5 for tablets and 5 for phones).
To do this, login to Glow, from the launch pad click the Office 365 Home tile (image below) then the “Install Office apps” button and follow the instructions.
Note that if downloading to an iPad or iPhone the process is different, the apps should be downloaded from the App Store and then log in using the Glow username. There is more information from Microsoft available here.
When logging in, you will be asked to enter your user name and this is your Glow user name plus the domain e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org, once you do this, you will be transferred to the usual Glow login screen, when you enter your details here your registration is complete.
The Glow username will only activate the software for as long as that account is active in Glow.
It is also possible to download the apps from within Microsoft O365 – within O365, click on the Office 365 link in the top left of your screen and from the O365 home page, click on “Install Office 2016”.