As part of the Scottish Attainment Challenge our school is receiving access to a physical and active health programme called Better Movers and Thinkers (BMT). To look at the impact of BMT you are being asked to complete a short survey. It will take around 10 minutes to complete.
The survey will ask you about any changes you have noticed in your child’s learning behaviours since the beginning of the programme last October.
All information will be treated as confidential. No parents/guardians or children will be mentioned in the research. Data will be held securely and will not be kept for longer than necessary.
The findings will be used in a report for the Scottish Attainment Challenge and summary information will be presented to schools and other establishments in North Lanarkshire.
Taking part in the research project is voluntary and permission can be withdrawn at any time by contacting the school or the research team at Psychological Service on 01236 856 200.
If you are happy to participate in the research the survey can be found by going online to the following web address:
The survey will be available to complete between 6th February and 20th February (Two weeks).
Thank you in anticipation for your support and cooperation.
The next cross country event will be at Coatbridge Outdoor Centre on 21st February. To prepare our runners for this, our coaches Gillian McCardie and Graeme Paterson had planned to run an after school club on Friday 3rd, 10th and 17th February 3-4pm. Unfortunately several pupils cannot manage at that time. It has therefore been decided to hold the practices in school time. Pupils should still bring their kit on these days.
Pupils have already been issued with extensive information about their class talk this term. Please find attached.
Pupils have had time in class to prepare and research for this talk and will have one more session next Monday. They are welcome to work on this at home too. Either way, pupils should be ready to deliver their presentation by Monday 6th February. Not all pupils will be heard on this day but their presentation should be ready. As it states in the attached advice note, the presentation should be delivered in ENGLISH.
Remember our Scottish Evening on Wednesday 25th January 6.30pm-8.30pm. All pupils, parents, friends and family welcome for an evening of Scottish poetry, songs, dance and art work displays. Refreshments will be served. There is no charge for this event but there will be a raffle. Dress code is Scottish themed if possible. We look forward to seeing you all!
North Lanarkshire Council are assisting The Scottish Government to inform the realignment of children’s services through participation in a children’s wellbeing survey. Please find a link to a letter to parents about the project.
Hard copies will be issued next week, as will pupil leaflets. Both parents and pupils have the right to withdraw and a form to give notice of this is attached to the letter. If you wish to withdraw your child from this survey please send this back to school before 30th January 2017.
The coach for the badminton club for P2/3/4, due to start on Thursday has had to cancel. We hope to rearrange and the children who have applied will get places on the new dates. We will be in touch with new dates as soon as we have them. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
All week- Infant Registration (see poster)plains-registration-poster-2
Monday- Loch Awe class are presenting a fashion show in French. Pupils to wear their own clothes (they have planned their outfits).
Tuesday- P1 and P7 dental checks. If you do not wish your child to be examined you must let us know, in writing, before Tuesday.
Wednesday- Loch Awe to the Riverside Museum all week.
Thursday – After school badminton club. Those will places will receive a text. CANCELLED
Friday- Poetry competition. Individuals who would like to be considered for this competition must be ready to recite their class poem on their own and without words, by this date. Winners will be announced at the Scottish evening on Wed 25th January.