The children have been set a fun transition task on Teams. It can be found in the Post section or in the Assignment section along the top. This will help the staff get to know your child for next year. Please do not worry if you cannot find it, parents will receive instructions on where to locate the task via email.
Just a reminder of the information posted on Twitter on Monday from North Lanarkshire Council regarding schools reopening which can be found via the following link:
Please continue to refer to our school website, Twitter, North Lanarkshire Council’s website and social media channels for the most up to date information. I would encourage you to check these regularly as we are in a situation that changes at such a fast pace. Also, continue to encourage your children to engage on Teams with their teachers and classmates over the last two weeks of this session.
Mrs Stocks will send out more information next week when there have been updates.
Thank you to all of the parents/carers, children and staff who took part in the CCK Virtual Relay today. I hope you are getting an early night after all of that walking and cycling. It looked like you had a great time and it was lovely seeing your photos on the school twitter page.
Once we have all of the totals in, we will send this information on and let you know the grand total.
Have a lovely weekend!
I hope you have all been enjoying the lovely weather outside. It was great to speak to some of you last week and find out about some of the fantastic outdoor activities such as gardening, walking and bike riding that the children have been enjoying. Remember to tag us on twitter (@AbronhillPS) in any photographs you do not mind us sharing.
The school website Home Learning section has been updated to include further information to assist with current learning and teaching, for example how often new learning will be issued and where to find learning grids etc. This information has already been shared by Mrs Stocks via email, however the useful website list has been updated and there are additional helpsheets for Teams.
Remember to keep checking the school Twitter and North Lanarkshire Council’s website for further information relating to the local area and for any supports you may need.
A reminder that Friday 22nd May and Monday 25th May are holidays.
Take care and we hope to be able to see you all soon.
A new format for home learning will be handed out for all pupils this week. This is a termly grid that allows pupils to develop a variety of skills. Information for parents will be sent home alongside the grids.
We NEED your help!
We are now collecting the sun book tokens to get free books for our nursery! Tokens can be found in the Sun newspaper and should be cut out and posted in the box within the nursery cloakroom or the box at the school office.
Thank you for your help and support with this collection campaign!
Odd socks day on Tuesday 12th November.
Wear odd socks to school to celebrate us all being unique and different!
We will be participating in lots of activities focused around anti-bullying week this week. We have lots of visitors coming to work with the children and we will be looking at how we can make a difference to stop bullying or what we can do if we experience bullying.
Change starts with us!
Next week is ‘Bike to School Week’ (23rd-27th September). We are trying to encourage as many pupils as possible to cycle to school.
We now have two new bike/scooter shelters, one in the infant playground and one in the senior playground. Please note that pupils should dismount their bikes/scooters before entering the playground.
A HUGE well done to all of our ASPIRE award winners this week.
Well done to Scott Lambie in P5 who won our Head Teacher’s award and Flynn Graham in P3 who won our Principal Teacher’s award.