A large number of pupils are falling foul of common winter illnesses. We hope you all get well soon. In the meantime, please follow the link below for advice on how to prevent and treat the most common winter illnesses.
Nursery and school newsletters have been added to the newsletter section of this blog. Paper copies have also been added. Please take a note of relevant dates and information.
Some parents are experiencing difficulty with the parent’s portal. Please find attached, links that may help you to resolve any issues you may have.
Staff are unable to see what parents can see, so providing support is difficult. If the links below do not help you to resolve your issues, we have been advised that there is a “request support” option on the parent portal site. This will direct your query to the NLC computer centre to help you.
Thanks to everyone who could manage to come along to our open morning to see and hear what our pupils are learning about children’s rights.
To ensure you don’t miss out on future events, remember to check newsletters. This event was advertised in the August/September and October newsletters and text reminders sent. We don’t want anyone to miss out!
Several things happening in the week ahead!
Don’t forget Sponsored Run for school funds tomorrow Friday 1st November. Pupils to wear suitable sports clothes instead of uniform. Thanks in advance for all donations.
Reminder that there is a further open event on Thursday 7th November. All classes will be open from 9.15-10.30am for parents to pop in and see what children are learning about the Rights Respecting School. All visitors should sign in the hall before going to class. Tea and coffee will be served in the hall.
Friday 8th November is the opening of the MUGA at St Brendan’s Primary. This is a very busy day! P1-3 from both schools will take part in potted sports from 10am to 12pm before the official ribbon cutting at 12.15pm. P4-7 from both schools will have their sports activities in the afternoon. Families are welcome to come along. Where possible, children should wear a school polo shirt and sweat shirt with track suit trousers and trainers. All children from both schools will be staggered lunches at Muirhouse PS. We look forward to working in such close partnership with our neighbours.
Please see information about our new approach to helping children reflect on their actions within the Rights Respecting School framework.
A paper copy of the letter will be also be issued.
Tomorrow we will have our first Pupil Progress Conference event of this session. We value your feedback and would appreciate you taking the time to complete an evaluation form. There will be paper copies available tomorrow or you can visit https://bit.ly/30WML6N and complete online.
Thanks in advance
A nursery newsletter and school newsletter have been added to the newsletter section. Paper copies of school letter issued 9.10.19.
P7 NOTP6 will go to the GFT Cinema on 6th November
Christmas Holidays start at 2.30pm on Thursday 19th December and not Friday 20th December.