Rights Respecting Schools

Mrs Dawn Steel from the Irvine Salvation Army who came to Elderbank to accept a cheque for £156.00 which was raised from donations received as part of Easter Bonnet / Bunnet Parade. All the money raised will be spent locally including services to children. In the picture with Mrs Steel are Nikita and Olivia along with Miss Robertson our Headteacher. Congratulations to all who took part in the celebrations, your efforts are very much appreciated!

 

Click – HERE– to access further information on our Mary’s Meals initiative.

Click – here – to find out further information regarding the charities being supported by our school.

Please follow the link to access further information related to the work being carried out by our Rights Respecting Schools Group

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The Elderbank Choir performed beautifully to celebrate Children’s Rights at our recent Harvest Assembly. Thank-you to Mrs White, Mrs Walker and the boys and girls for their all their hard work and talent.

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Mrs Wilson, Chair of our PTA and our Headteacher Miss Robertson, look on as Chellie Brown, Chairperson of our Pupil Council signs our Declaration of Commitment.

The Declaration of Commitment tells everyone how Elderbank Primary is committed to protecting the rights of children at Elderbank Primary and to support the rights of children wherever they are in the World.

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Tyler Love, Treasurer of the Pupil Council, reads out the Declaration of Commitment to all our Elderbank pupils.

Well done Tyler. You did a fantastic job and we are grateful to you for such a skilled and confident reading.


Elderbank Choir performed at the Greenwood Academy Rights Respecting Schools Concert held on Wednesday 14th September 2016. The concert was supported by all primary schools in the Greenwood cluster and Elderbank were proud to play their part in supporting the concert which helped raise funds for North Ayrshire Young Carers and UNICEF.

The funds raised have helped provide some respite for North Ayrshire’s Young Carers and will also provide some inspired gifts for children overseas. These gifts include; Tetanus vaccines for 1000 children, a bicycle, a vaccine carrier for a health worker and chalkboards for 100 children.

A big thanks to Mrs White and Mrs Walker for rehearsing our star performers from Elderbank and of course a huge thanks to our choir members for giving up their time and talent to make the concert such a wonderful and worthwhile event.

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