A fantastic opportunity for P1-3 to join a club outside school and receive a great personalised kit before they go along. Leaflets in school bags today and attached to this post. It takes place at Woodfarm every Tuesday from 1st May.
Our afterschool programme for this term has been posted on the website Thornliebank Term 2 – Jan-April 2018 and letters for all clubs starting week beginning January 22nd were sent home yesterday. Please return tear off slips by Friday 12th January.
There are still places in the P5-7 netball club which started yesterday see Mrs McGarvey if your child would like a place.
Appendix 4b should be completed for any pupil attending a club and will be sent home if your child gets a place in a particular club
We are also looking for parent volunteers for Friday football club and to help with a cooking club starting later in the term with Mrs McGarvey. If any parent would like to run their own afterschool club please contact Mrs McGarvey.
There is also still time to return the form for the P7 volleyball club in Woodfarm starting soon.
Please click on the link below for a copy of the letter that was emailed home today.
ALL STARS CRICKET CLUB P1-P4
Active Schools in partnership with East Renfrewshire Cricket Club are offering all P1-4 children across East Renfrewshire primary schools the opportunity to participate in the National ‘ALLSTARS CRICKET PROGRAMME’. This is starting on Tuesday 23rd May at Woodfarm Cricket Pitches from 5-6pm.
It will run for 8 weeks and parents will need to register their children online to book their place as places are limited.
Register at www.eastrenfrencricketclub.com
The cost is £40.00 for block this includes coaching and kids get a bag with their own cricket kit!
So try a new sport sign up now for some fun cricket lessons…
Tempest Photography will visit the school & ELCC on Monday 6 March to take individual photographs. Photographs can be ordered directly from Tempest online at www.tempest-photography.co.uk or by entering you credit card details on the order form that you will receive nearer the time. Please note that our office will be unable to accept any cash payments for photographs.
Please click on the link below for a copy of a letter that was emailed home today.
Please click on the link below for information on the ski programme.
Please click on the link below to see this letter which contains information about this term.
The next Parent Council Meeting takes place in Woodfarm High School on Wednesday 18 January 2017 at 7pm.
All parents/carers welcome. The focus of this meeting will be on fundraising/investing in the school.
From January 5th, our main means of communication with parents and carers will be via e-mail and website posts. Text will only be used in extreme cases . Paper communication will only be used when we require a signature of consent. If we do not have an up to date e-mail address for you, please contact the school office on 0141 570 7440
Once again the Nursery Class and Primary 3 have entered Wheelbarrows in this annual competition. There is a letter in school bags today with directions link below. Please go along to Greenbank Gardens this weekend and vote for one of our wheelbarrows and keep the Trophy in Thornliebank.
More letters in school bags today for P1-3 Fitness and P4-7 Football and Multisport
Many of this term’s afterschool clubs are up and running with lots of opportunities for pupils once again at Thornliebank Primary, Woodfarm HIgh School and Giffnock Tennis Club thanks to staff, coaches and volunteers. We now have parent and community volunteers helping with and running several clubs – should you wish to volunteer (we have great demand for a permanent football club)please contact Mrs McGarvey or Mrs Baxter.
Further information on Afterschool Page of the website and in the attached Programme of Clubs.
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.
Thornliebank have a huge number of afterschool clubs happening both in and out of school this term.
Please use the link below to see a list of those starting this week or next and some starting later this term. If you wish any information about any club please contact Mrs McGarvey.
Some of the P1-3 clubs were so popular we have no places left and some pupils are waiting for places so if your child will no longer use a place they have been allocated please contact the school as soon as possible.
WOW week in Thornliebank is the 16th-20th November. Thank you to all our parents, friends and relatives who have offered to come into speak with classes.
Remember our Dress for the Future day will be MOnday 16th November when the pupils are invited to Dress up as the job or career they would like to have in the future. Certificates will be given for the most interesting and unusual careers and jobs chosen.
Latest news – the nursery class once again won this competition with their Gruffalo Entry. Well done!!
Once again 2 classes from our school and nursery have entered wheelbarrows in Greenbank Gardens Wheelbarrow Competition. Please go along to the Gardens this Saturday 13th June and Sunday 14th June and vote for our Nursery Class and Primary 3 Wheelbarrows. We have done well in this competition every yaer since we started entering but we need all your votes to do so. If you say you are there to vote in the competition you will get free entry to do so.