Tag Archives: SCIAF

what’s on at st john’s ~ w/c 14th March


Monday 14th
Primary 7 – visit from PC Goldie
Primary 6 – Brown trout release at Levern Burn

Tuesday 15th
Primary 1 – Visit to Barrhead Foundry
Primary 6 – Italian lesson with S6 student, eating topic!

Wednesday 16th
Whole school – Guess the birthday of ‘Scotty’ the SCIAF bear.  Bring in 50p and guess his birthday to win him
Primary 5 & 7 – Italian lesson with S6 student
Primary 4 to 7 – Visit Church, Our Lady of Paisley Service

Thursday 17th
Whole school – Parent’s evening
Primary 6 & 7 – Boys football at Carlibar Primary School

Friday 18th
Café Kids at 3-4pm in the Cook School (change of date from the 17th)
‘Fit for Friday’ at 3-3.30pm in the gym hall, parents welcome!

what’s on at st john’s – w/c 15th February


Monday 15th

Tuesday 16th

Wednesday 17th
SCIAF Selfies – come along to our photo booth and have your photo tweeted directly to SCIAF for only 50p

Thursday 18th
Primary 6/7 mixed football at Carlibar Primary School
Café Kids ~ Valentines theme at 3pm in the Cook School
Primary 5/6/7 Sewing Class at 3-4pm in P6 Class

Friday 19th
The ‘wee box’ BIG count ~ bring in your wee box for our first count!’
‘Fit for Friday’ ~ 3-3.30pm in the gym hall for pupils and parents!

A message from the diocese…

Dear Girls and Boys

Thank you so much for contributing in such a reverent way to last night’s SCIAF Anniversary Mass. We were all so proud of the flag bearers, those of you in the Offertory Procession and everyone else who came to represent their school and our Diocese. Your involvement made the Mass VERY special.

An immense thank you to your teachers and parents who brought you along to St. Mirin’s Cathedral. We also thank those teachers who sent in photographs and slide shows. These helped other members of the congregation to understand how much schools are involved in supporting the work of the Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund.

You all prove by your actions and your prayers that YOU recognise Jesus in the poor, the hungry and the thirsty.


Blessings to you all.