Fun and games, dancing, snacks and apple dooking ensured everyone had a great time at the parent council discos tonight. Thanks everyone!
The last of our open mornings, this time for Loch Awe is tomorrow (Thursday) 9.30-10.30am. Look forward to seeing you.
Helen is also planning a Read, Write, Count group for P1-3 pupils and their parents. This will run on Wednesday’s between 1.30pm and 2.50pm. Please come along and work with your child to find fun ways to practise reading, writing and counting in your every day routine.
On the 25th November at the end of National Book Week, every P1-3 child should receive a Read, Write, Count bag of goodies from the Scottish Book Trust.
Helen McKay (CLD Parent Worker) is leading the challenge to increase reading in the village of Plains. Parents are invited to come to a fun session with their P4-7 child on Tuesday afternoons between 1.30-2.50pm. If you are able to come, please sign up to help plan fun events to increase reading in the community.
As part of this work, there are plans to open a Parent’s Library in the school. If you have any books you could donate for this purpose, please hand them into the school and they will be passed to Helen.
Dates and titles for solo talks this term.
Loch Morar- 16th November- “My favourite toy”
Loch Tay- 22nd November- “The Romans”
Loch Lomond- 17th November- “Life cycle of a Plant”
Loch Awe- 21st November- A non-fiction topic of their choice.
Mrs Goldie will provide each class with further information about the success criteria (what she is looking for).