Each year, Western Isles schools update their handbook for parents. The latest issue of the Sgoil a’ Bhac Handbook was released in January 2014. It can be downloaded in PDF format below or from the ‘Documents’ section of our website.
For a number of years, Sgoil a’ Bhac has been participating in the NHS Healthy Working Lives scheme. The purpose of this initiative is to encourage staff to regularly consider health issues and factors that affect healthy lifestyles such as exercise, diet, stress, illness etc.
Sgoil a’ Bhac were recently re-accredited for the Healthy Working Lives Silver Award. We hope to soon begin working towards achieving a Gold Award. Mrs C Macleod attended an awards presentation recently where she accepted the Silver Award on behalf of the school staff. We’d like to thank Mrs Macleod for her work in co-ordinating and promoting Sgoil a’ Bhac’s Healthy Working Lives programme.
Children who will be four years of age by 28 February 2014 are eligible for infant enrolment. Parents who wish to enrol their children are requested to do so at the school any day at 3.00pm during the week commencing Monday 3rd February 2014. If you would like to meet with the Headteacher to discuss enrolment, he will be available during the enrolment sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday that week.
Parents are requested to bring their child’s birth certificate along to enrolment.
Places are also available in Sgoil Araich for session 2014/2015 for children who will be 3 years of age by 31 August 2014. Places are also available for children who are 4 and are not currently registered with a pre-school provider. Parents are invited to enrol their children at a pre-school provider on the week commencing Monday 3rd February 2014 and are requested to bring their child’s birth certificate.
More information about Enrolment is available in the attached document:
Sgoil a’ Bhac held a special Open Day today for parents of children planning to start P1 in August 2014. We had a lot of parents visit the school to find out about Gaelic and English Medium Education. They were able to visit classrooms, speak to other parents and to current and former pupils.
Thank you to everyone who helped to organise and run the event and to all the parents who took the time to come and visit us today.
If you would like any more information about enrolment to Sgoil a’ Bhac or have any questions about Gaelic or English Medium, please contact the school office (01851) 820230 or back firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have been asked to promote a special event being held in the town hall this Saturday to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Brownies.
The event runs from 2.00pm to 4.00pm in Stornoway Town Hall and they have an exciting programme of activities planned.
(See attached poster)