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!
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.
Teachers and pupils were overwhelmed at the talent on Friday at our annual Talent Show. You were all outstanding, we were extremely proud of you all and moved by your performances. Keep shining like the stars you are!
ASPIRE Awards and personal achievements – well done everyone!
The Sustainability Committee has been preparing our butterfly garden within the Broom Road park and today planted flowers. It is looking beautiful already, we can’t wait to see it when the flowers are in bloom! Thank you to the Abronhill Regeneration Forum @AbronhillF for gifting it to us ! @abronhillunited #communitymatters
The Enterprise Committee is helping the organisation Mary’s Meals by collecting donations for ‘The Backpack Project.’ We are collecting a variety of second hand and new items to send to children in Malawi to help them with their education. We will begin collection from May 13th and stop collecting 21st June. We are aware that pupils will still be using their schools bags up until the last week so they can be handed in last, if you wish to donate these.
Items can be placed in the collection boxes on the top corridor outside Room 15 by pupils. Please find below the list of items required.
The Abronhill Regeneration Forum has commissioned Sculptor James Elliott (James Elliott Chainsaw Sculpture) to design a wooden structure for the Broom Road Park. James visited us, Whitelees Primary and St Lucy’s Primary to discuss his design and gave a live demonstration of his skills. You can see the finished product here. The scultpure for the park will be bigger and have more detail relating to the Abronhill community. Watch out for it and enjoy it. Thank you to the Forum for always looking to enhance our community! @WhiteleesPS @stlucysabronhil @abronhillunited @AbronhillF