NLC Survey on Digital Learning

Please find below the links to North Lanarkshire Council’s pupil and carers’ surveys on Digital Learning. They are looking to gather the views of as many people as possible. The survey will close at 10pm on Thursday 18th February. Apologies for the short notice, it shouldn’t take long to complete.

Survey for Pupils – http://bit.ly/NLSurveyPupils

Survey for Parents – http://bit.ly/NLSurveyCarers 

January 2021 Arrangements

All parents/ carers should have received a letter from NLC on Monday 21st December with clarification about the arrangements for January 2021.

The school will open from Wednesday 6th January until Friday 8th January for children of key workers and vulnerable families where childcare support will be provided.

All children return to learning on Monday 11th January 2021 when online learning will be in place at least until 18th January 2021.

If you are a key worker and are unable to work from home, the school will be open during existing times when children will receive in-class learning.  The service is only available to children of key workers.  If a parent/ carer is able to work from home then your child must stay at home.  Key worker support should only be accessed where you have no other alternative.

Parents/ carers who are key workers should complete the form (sent via email on Monday or accessed via the link below).  This should be sent to the mailbox: keyworkerschools@northlan.gov.uk.

A list of key worker categories is attached to the form.

https://www.northlanarkshire.gov.uk/key-worker-guidance-december-2020

🐉 The Dragon has visited P1 & P1/2 again! 🐉

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We were all very excited to find the dragon had visited us again last night. He even had a little play in the Castle and left his big foot and tail prints everywhere. He is so pleased with all the hard work the children are doing and thinks the classes are starting to look like Fairyland. He left two of his favourite fairytales ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and ‘Snow White.’ The children had a fun morning doing activities from their books! We can’t wait for him to visit again because he said he might bring a friend next time! 👏🏻😁

Primary 1 & primary 1/2 Fairyland 🏰 🐉

The boys and girls were very excited this morning to find the dragon had visited again! The children have been working very hard at home making a castle for the dragon to live in. Miss Carlin and Mrs Lowe were so excited to see all of there efforts! We couldn’t believe how much hard work the children had put in to their castles. They haf draw bridges, moats, flags and even had interior designs! Some children drew, other made a Lego castle and other made a 3D design.  I’m sure you will agree the children did an amazing job! Well done everyone.

 

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P2/3 Reading Buddies in P6

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P2/3 are practising their fluency and expression when reading aloud with their P6 reading buddy. P6 are doing a super job at helping younger pupils to use their reading strategies to read common and tricky words, as well as questioning them about their story. We look forward to our reading times with our buddies!

🐉 A special visitor 🐉

Primary 1 and primary 1/2 had a very special surprise this week when they arrived at school to find dragon footprints leading to a mailbox, scroll and fairy tale. The dragon told the children that his home ‘Fairyland’ has been destroyed. They all  have no where to live. The children decided that they wanted to read some fairytales and start to help rebuild Fairyland. They started by painting leaves and newspaper to create a beanstalk for Jack. They also wrote ‘D Mail ‘ to the dragon to tell him all about what they had been doing to help and posted them in the postbox. We all can’t wait to have another visit from the dragon!

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