Pupils are asked to donate a minimum of £1 to raise a donation for the Worthy Cause of Sports Relief. Pupils are asked to bring in bright PE kits and a water bottle. They will be running laps in the playground to try and run as many miles as we can as a school.
Getting fitter while raising funds for charity.
Primary 7 will be marshalling the event whist encouraging the younger pupils.
We are delighted to announce that we raised £1138 from this event. Thanks you so much to all who took part with such enthusiasm and who donated. This money will allow us to fund coaches for afterschool clubs and to support the swimming initiative in our cluster. Thanks for your support
PLease see link below for detailed information about Halloween Discos at Thornliebank this Thursday.
Tickets are on sale from 3.00 to 3.30pm in the school dining room.
HALLOWEEN DISCO 30th OCT 2014
All pupils are encouraged to wear something bright on their journey to school bright jacket, hat, scarf, reflective band etc and bring a £1 donation for Brake – The Road Safety Charity.
P1-3 will be taking part in some Road Safety activities throught this week and the next as part of this Beep Beep day. The JRSO officers will be involved in organising activities and will speak at the assembly.
Pupils are invited to Dress As They Please on Friday in aid of the Betty Cunningham International Trust. This fund set up by the former provost of East Renfrewshire has raised money to build classrooms and nurseries in Malawi. It is a very worthwhile cost. Pupils should bring a suggested donation of a £1 or more. Those pupils not wishing to take part should wear their uniform as normal.
Our annual sponsored read will take place on Thursday 7th March. All classes will take part in 30 minutes of reading or reading activities. All money raised will be spent on library resources for our new school library which is looking great. Remember only ask close family and friends to sponsor you.
A big thank you to all those pupils who wore Tartan and donated £1 for our charity, Children First. We raised £48.35. Well done to all the pupils for learning poems, dances and songs, everyone thoroughly enjoyed all the performances.
Well done everyone who contributed and helped
out last Saturday. We raised £1200. This money
will help us fund extra activities for all the pupils.
Many thanks to all who have already donated children’s books, boxed toys and games, toiletries and fancy goods – please keep sending these items in if you have them.
This week’s donation is boxes of sweets or biscuits – sell by dates after December. We are encouiraging all the pupils to be part of the Christmas Fayre effort abd would urge yoiu to do the same. The money raised will benefit all the pupils in Thornliebank.
This Friday 9th November we are asking for donations of fancy goods and toiletries. Any unwanted or unsuitable small presents such as candles, photo frames, perfumes, toiletry sets or individual toiletries.
All items must be new and/or unopened.
This Friday’s donation is new or nearly new children’s books. If you have any in good condition at home please send in no more than 3 per child to school. We are encouraging all pupils to take part in our preparations for the Fayre as part of our school community.
The school’s annual Christmas Fayre will take place on Saturday 1st December from 10.00am until 12 noon. An organising committee of parents and teachers are already working hard. If you are able to help please let us know using the letter which was sent home this week. Please look out for information regarding our Friday donations.
Our Rainbow Day event raised £117.50 for school funds. Thanks to all staff and pupils who took part.