See the letter below regarding Free School Meals Payment Update.
A groupcall was sent to families today regarding free SIM cards to support families who do not have access to the internet at home. Please read the letter below for more information and contact Miss Moir if you have any queries.
The pupils of Hyndland Primary School have been busy drawing miniature self portraits to be
included on a tea towel. There are two designs: one for Primary 1-3 and one for Primary 4-7.
The tea towels cost £4 each with £2 from every sale going towards school funds.
Each class were asked to design a page for the school calendar and the staff at Afty were given the difficult job of choosing a winner from each class. They wanted everyone to know how impressed they were with the work produced by all of the pupils.
Afty have kindly offered the use of their printer to help with the production of the calendars. These will be sold at £3 with all proceeds going towards school fund.
If you wish to purchase any of these things, please fill in and return the envelope that was sent home with your child, including the correct money.
This year, due to COVID, we are not asking for orders to be returned on paper. Instead, we are asking parents/carers to look over the menu options with their child(ren) and for children to come into school on Thursday 3rd December this week with their choices decided so they can order via class teachers the same way they would usually make their lunch choices.
The letter below was sent to families on Monday the 30th of November.
Please find below a letter outlining our plans for marking Children In Need this year.
Please see the letter below that was sent out to families regarding Halloween activities this week.
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.
Please find below a link to our access to online learning survey for families.
We would appreciate your input in this survey to provide us with information about the technology and connectivity available to your child at home.
Paper copies of the survey are available at the school office.
Letter to Parents & Carers from Maureen McKenna
– 23rd June 2020 – Return in August
Please see below a letter from Maureen McKenna, Director of Education, to Parents and Carers following the Deputy First Minister’s statement today about return to school in August.
On Friday a letter was sent out to all Primary 6 and Primary 7 pupils detailing what they should do with their iPads over the Summer and into August. You can find the letter below. If you have any queries please contact your class teacher who will forward it on to Miss Moir.