Parent and Carer Letter – 24.3.21Parent Briefing 25-03-2021.docxA new Pupil and Parent guide has been added for the March return to the building by many of our pupils:
Please see our ‘Letters Home’ page to catch up with any letters sent out recently.
Please see letter and link for consent form for S1-S3 Covid 19 Test Kit issue
Parent Letter 22.03.21 Consent Form – UPDATED 12.02.21 S1-S3 Consent Form Link Privacy Notice
If you are not receiving communication by email, please contact the school office to check that we have your up to date contact details.
This form has been reopened till midnight TONIGHT. Please ensure you meet all the criteria before applying.
The Parent Council will meet virtually at 630pm on Tue 10/11/20. All parents/ carers are welcome. A link is available by contacting the school office.
It is important to help young people with their mental health regardless of their age group. There are some hints for simple things to do to connect and help. Please contact your child’s PT Guidance or GP if you are worried about them.
It’s okay NOT to be okay.
A letter has gone home regarding school meals and ordering food from our canteen.
From now, canteen break and lunch should be ordered online through the links posted here:
Orders close at 0845 for the day. Paper copies will be available from the office for those without online access. However, this measure is to increase COVID safety so please dotry to order online as it cuts down on shared paper and unecessary contact between pupils and staff.
The link will change on Friday at 4pm to show options for the following week.
Mrs Bain spoke to all pupils in a virtual assembly today regarding the serious issue of health and safety. She thanked all pupils who have been responsible and patient in following all the new arrangements in school. She emphasised the uniqueness and seriousness of the situation we are in as a society. Mrs Bain said the situation we are in is as serious as anything else we have faced as a society in her lifetime.
Her message was that we are all responsible for the health and wellbeing of others as well as ourselves. It is tempting to fall into our old habits and ways as we relax into being in school again. However, the virus does not relax and we must all stick to the rules: cleanse hands, no close physical contact and follow all instructions given. We cannot afford to be complacent and consequences will be consistent and firm if health and safety is compromised.
It would help if families emphasised the health and safety messages at home as well. We greatly appreciate the support we receive from parents and carers in working together to keep our young folks safe and learning.
Here is a link to the video shown to all pupils today: