We know there are many families whose circumstances have been adversely affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. If you find yourself in financial hardship, please do not hesitate to contact us, confidentially, via the secure email address below. We will do what we can to help you. We have links with a number of local partners who can help us provide vouchers, food and clothing for anyone in need.
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Please find below a letter outlining our plans for marking Children In Need this year.
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Update To Parents & Carers From Maureen McKenna 21st October 2020
Please find below a link to a Parental Update from Maureen McKenna (Director Of Education), relating to school recovery provision and arrangements.
Here are some links parents and carers may find useful …
Click above – This website gives advice and information to help you support your child.
This website is very user-friendly and gives advice and information about ALL things Parenting-related. They also have a Facebook page. Click above to access the website.
Click above to access the Glasgow City Parents Group Twitter Feed. They represent Parent Councils and have a lot of information designed to support parents and carers across the city, as well as opportunities to have your voice heard on the current issues. They work in collaboration with Education leaders in the city to support schools in their work for all our young people.
Our School is beginning an 18 month trial of a Car Free Zone on Fortrose Street on weekdays, during term time within the periods 8:30 – 9:15 am and 2:45 – 3:30pm. This is part of Glasgow City Council experimental Traffic Regulation Order.
Most traffic will NOT be permitted to move in Fortrose Street during the periods detailed above. This includes parents and families dropping off and collecting pupils. We, kindly, request the compliance and goodwill of our community in adhering to these measures to improve the health and safety of everyone.
Please note, exemptions apply for Blue Badge Holders, emergency and primary care vehicles as well as residents with permits for vehicles. These vehicles and some others will be allowed to park and move within the stated times. However, the measures should greatly reduce traffic around the school gate and encourage healthier and more environmentally friendly journeys to school. We encourage everyone to show understanding, kindness and respect for each other and the rules, as we all adjust to the new measures.
Further information, FAQs, and for an opportunity to feedback your views, please follow the link below.