Parents & Carers – @NHSLanarkshire would love to hear your thoughts on our child and young person active lifestyle programme, GOALS.
Delivered across 8-10 sessions by a Healthy Lifestyle Coach, the emphasis is on fun, feeling good and getting active as a family.
A VIRTUAL TICKET COSTS £10 FOR ALL THE FAMILY!
REGISTRATION FOR PRIMARY 1 MUST BE COMPLETED BY 22.1.21
Children who attain the age of 5 years between 1 March 2021 and 28 February 2022 should register for starting Primary 1 in August 2021.
The procedures for registering your child for Primary 1 have changed and will now be completed online. The the documents and information that you will require are at the end of this communication.
If your child is of school age, please complete the attached Primary 1 Pupil Enrolment Form and send it to the enquiries email address of the school in your catchment area. If it is Banton Primary, send it to email@example.com
You must provide a photograph or scanned copy of your child’s birth certificate, and your council tax bill or utility bill.
If you wish to make a placing request to another school, you still have to apply to your catchment school who will then forward your application on. You should also complete a placing request form which can be found at Placing Request
Please also see link for information about starting school. www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/11/10093528/0
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me on 01236794874 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Siobhan McLeod HT
Enquiries Email List CC_2020_00226 Education Primary 1 Pupil Enrolment Form A4_
Enquiries Email List
To highlight child poverty in our community, on Sat 12th December, local talent will be bringing music to your ears!
Fulton Henderson will be charming you on the Pipes with Stuart Price drumming up the beat on the Drum.
They will be playing round the streets of the Village to raise money to buy Christmas presents for local children in Kilsyth and surrounding villages, who are in need.
We would be delighted if you could show your support, either by foot-tapping or clapping along from your doorstep. It would also be amazing if you were in a position to be able to donate a little money to help fill their buckets.
This is part of a 12-hour Pipe and Drum-athon around Kilsyth, Croy, Queenzieburn and Banton.
Here is the route for Banton.
They will start at Henderson’s Farm at 10.30 am and their route is as follows:
The Mill Pond
St Margaret’s Avenue
Thank you very much!
Please take 5 minutes to complete this short survey. This will help to shape community priorities.
There is also an opportunity for a community listening event which take place online and are an excellent opportunity for local people to have their voice heard and again to inform localised priorities for the community boards.
Kilsyth Ward 1
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Book a place at email@example.com.
Just a wee reminder that school will be closed next week, Monday 12th October to Friday 16th October. We hope you have a lovely break and we look forward to welcoming you back on Monday 19th October.
Yesterday, we went to the Banton Park for the official opening. The Primary 7’s and Grace went to the park.
We were met by:
Provost Jean Jones
Councillor Heather Brannan-McVey
Colin Bruce, NLC Community Partnership Team
Catherine Moneypenny, Banton Park Committee
Shona Smith, Banton Park Committee.
Heather Brannan-McVey talked to us about how the Park wasn’t safe and they had to take it away and they said they might as well make a new one for everyone to enjoy. The banton Park committee helped us organise it. They also talked to us about the poster competition Which Jonah Kane won by 1 point! His picture will be part of the park on a giant board.
You can see all our entries on the Biggies Blog.
After that we had 30 minutes of fun playing in the park.
Please click on the link below.
Letter from Jason Leitch