Click on the link above to access a range of super videos that will help prepare your child for hospital related procedures.
A very warm welcome back following the very long summer holidays. We are still awaiting consent forms for Twitter and blogs therefore we have not been able to tweet our usual number of photos with events. However, that is not to say we haven’t been busy … here are some of our highlights:
Already classes are settling into core routines with our new children in Primary 1 doing very well establishing new relationships and learning about their new environment. Similarly those children who participated in planned transition have settled very quickly into their new classes.
Tony Bonning came along as part of the celebrations for Marymass to deliver a story-telling session and as usual all of our children and young people enjoyed the experience.
Makaton continues to be a huge focus and Mrs Carson has booked a series of workshops for September, we look forward to seeing you there and if you are interested in attending please contact the school as we still have a few spaces. I have uploaded a poster about a Makaton Treasure hunt that is taking place at Whitelee Visitor Centre. Our Communication Hub has started but this now takes place on a Monday. If you would like to access this please contact either Susan Rose or Anne McCune who lead the hub.
Our Haysholm school elections have begun and 2 of our seniors started their campaign at this week’s assembly. Voting closes on Friday. We are also having pupil council elections so lots of choice-making!
We are very excited about working together for our first joint campus collegiate tomorrow evening to progress priorities for our new school.
Lots happening – please keep following us via the Twitter app and check our GLOW blogs for an update.
Please click on the link above to access a copy of the letter for parents and the Summarised Inspection findings published today by Education Scotland.
What a fantastic morning we had celebrating the achievements of our children and young people. They truly are ‘Superstars’. Not only did everyone do great receiving their certificate, the class performances were amazing. Based on the theme of ‘Singing Hands’, we had singers, signers, dancers and musicians. Thank you to everyone who turned out to support us.
Please click on the link for a copy of the above. A hard copy of this will also be sent home in your child’s bag on Monday.
Please find attached ASN campus newsletter. The next drop in is from 11 – 1 at the Riverside hotel on Thursday 30th June, Wendy looks forward to welcoming you there to hear your views about our new school.
Education Scotland inspectors will be visiting our school week the beginning 15th of April. They wish to gather views of our parents/carers, therefore we would very much appreciate if you can complete the online survey, link below
Please have your say as we wish to continue to improve our school to ensure that your child receives the best possible education.
A great day at school today supporting Children in Need! Lots of different activities and of course no fundraiser would be complete without our walk around the track!
Great time had by all supporting the STV Big Breakfast Appeal…..
Please click on the link above to find out information about Scotland’s first national conference on Transitions organised by Contact.