Parent meeting-all invited!

 

We are looking for a group of parents who would be willing to come to St Luke’s this Thursday 27th April from 6pm-7pm. Some senior pupils from St Luke’s will present to and consult with parents from all cluster schools on the process so far from the pupil group on their creation of the Vision Values and Aims for the cluster. Two of our pupil council members will be in attendance. We would love to have as many parents as possible attending. If you think you can come along please let the school office staff know or ask for Mrs Hamilton for more information. Thank you!

 

Free Microsoft Office 2016 apps!

 

If you have a Glow account, then you can now download the Microsoft Office 2016 apps for free on up to 15 personal devices!

All of our pupils have an account, so family members will be able to benefit by accessing these apps. They can be added to up to five PCs or Macs, five tablets (Windows, iPad and Android) and five phones.

‎Making the these apps available will help our residents to take full advantage of the opportunities these tools offer – including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.

Details of how to download the app can be found here: http://socsi.in/sm2b9

Community Connections

Community Connections is a project led by East Renfrewshire libraries. Working with HSCP, NHS Scotland and third sector agencies including RAHM, the project hopes to reach adults who are lonely and welcome them to a range of activities and taster sessions. All activities will run between Jan-June 2017 and are free.

Please see attached booklet for more information.

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Family Room Session on Climate Change 2pm Wednesday 22nd March All Welcome!

We are delighted to announce that we have an opportunity for parents to attend a session from a representative from the Climate Change Fund. The session will focus on how you can make a difference to your carbon footprint, promote sustainability and save money!

The Session will be held on Wednesday 22nd March in St Marks Family room at 2pm.

 

 

Family First

Family First is a free confidential advice and information resource in East Renfrewshire.

From time to time families can run into difficulties, emotionally, financially or even physically, stopping them from doing even the simplest of things.

Do you have a child aged 0-8 and require a little bit of help? The Family First team would be happy to talk to you about how they can support you and your family.  We have an informal friendly approach and can support you with issues around:

  • School
  • Health
  • Home
  • Money
  • Parenting
  • Confidence
  • Other

Find out more here:

Family First information

Reminder of our World Book Day Books and Dress Up this Thursday and Friday!

  • On Thursday 9th March all pupils will walk to the Foundry to use gift tokens issued by us to exchange for a special puffin book each supplied by Waterstones Newton Mearns
  • On Friday 10th March all pupils are invited to come to school dressed as their favourite book character for the day. Parents are welcome to join us in our classes from 2.30pm to read the free book with their child.
  • Please bring a 50p donation to school this day to raise money for our Lenten charity appeal for SCIAF-Wee boxes will be in each class.

Scottish Ballet Auditions for Children

SCOTTISH BALLET AUDITIONS FOR CHILDREN – MAY 2017

 

SCOTTISH BALLET is looking for Primary School children to audition for their Junior Associate Programme!

 

Auditions will be held in May – closing date Monday 24 April 2017.

 

Children who are currently in Primary 5 or Primary 6 are invited to apply.  No previous dance experience necessary. Every child who applies will be offered an audition.

 

Full details can be found on our website – http://www.scottishballet.co.uk/education/junior-associates.html

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Dyslexia Scotland Youth Day 25th March

Dyslexia Scotland are having their first Youth Day for young people with dyslexia which will be held on Saturday 25 March 2017.  It will be at the Scottish Youth Theatre in Glasgow from 10am – 3.30pm. For more details see below:
This event is for young people aged with dyslexia aged 11 – 18.  Unfortunately we cannot offer places outwith this age range. 
The event is for young people to attend by themselves.  Parents/carers are of course very welcome to come and check in with their child during registration and make sure that they are settled, but we do not have enough space for parents/carers to attend during the day.
We will make sure that children know who to ask for help during the day and we will have a record of emergency contact numbers on hand.  
Please note that a film crew will be filming and interviewing people at the Youth Day. There is an option on the booking form not to have photos taken or be filmed individually, but we cannot guarantee that delegates will not be filmed as part of a larger group. 
For more information please email lena@dyslexiascotland.org.uk

 

 

 

 

World Book Day Celebrations 2017 – Thursday 9th and Friday 10th March-Important information!

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We plan to celebrate World book day in St Mark’s over 2 days.

  • On Thursday 9th March all pupils will walk to the Foundry to use gift tokens issued by us to exchange for a special puffin book each supplied by Waterstones Newton Mearns
  •  On Friday 10th March all pupils are invited to come to school dressed as their favourite book character for the day.

More details to follow in a letter on Monday!!!

Future Me Parental Involvement Campaign from Read, Write, Count.

‘Future Me’ aims to support families to start a conversation with their P1-3 children about their hopes and aspirations, which will ultimately help to improve their lives in the future. It asks families to share those dreams, either as a picture, letter or film on the ‘Future Me’ wall at www.futureme.scot. The campaign builds on existing Scottish Government efforts to tackle educational inequalities and raise attainment in early years and beyond. With increasing time pressures on families, Read, Write, Count highlights easy activities built around everyday things families are already doing. Whether it’s going to the shops, travelling to school or at mealtimes, Read, Write, Count offers parents and carers simple ideas that will help children do their best at school.

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