A reminder, and warm invitation to all of our S1 parents to come along to our S1 Welcome Evening.
This is on Tuesday 12th September from 4.00-6.00pm.
Tour around the school with your child, visit departments and talk to staff to gain an insight on the learning experiences your child encounters on a daily basis.
This year’s S5 and S6 Parents’ Evening will take place from 3.30pm – 5.30pm on Tuesday 8 February 2022. This evening will use telephone appointments.
To make your appointments please go to www.parents-booking.co.uk/lourdes
Further details as to how to do this, along with details as to how the system of telephone appointments works, can be found in the attached letter.
The S3 Parents’ Evening has been rescheduled to Tuesday 26th January from 4-6pm. Appointment sheets were issued to pupils yesterday.
This then means the S2 Parents’ Evening will be rescheduled to Tuesday 8 March from 4-6pm. Appointment sheets will be issued to pupils in during the last week in February.
Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Pastoral Care or Mr Kerr (Year Head) on 0141 582 0180.
S4 Parents Evening takes place in Lourdes Secondary on Tuesday 1 December 2015 from 5pm – 7pm.
A reminder that the S4 Parents Evening will take place on Tuesday 1st December from 5-7pm.
Reminder that S1 Parents’ Evening is on tonight
within the School. 1600 hours – 1800 hours.
The Parents Night for S3 Pupils will take place in Lourdes Secondary on Tuesday 3rd February 2014 from 4pm – 6pm. Pupils will be collecting appointments for parents from Monday 12 January 2015.
S4 Parents Evening, Tuesday 9th December will take place between 4pm – 6pm. Not as previously stated, letters will be issued to all S4 today.
FOR THE ATTENTION OF S5/6 PARENTS’/CARERS’
S5/6 Pupils have been issued today with their full report for the current session. Please contact the School Office if your child has not received theirs (0141 582 0180).
In addition a letter inviting you to the S5/6 Parents Evening has also been distributed, this can be found by clicking here.
Pupils should now be requesting appointments from their class teacher.