St. Aidan's Primary School

January 22, 2017
by Mr McKenna

Menu for week beginning the 23rd of January

The menu for this coming week can be viewed by selecting the menu tab in the school information drop down menu on our website.

There will be a change to the green band on Wednesday of this week. The canteen will be offering vegetarian haggis to celebrate Burns Night. pg_1063burns_naysmithcrop

January 13, 2017
by Miss McGregor

Family Fun Night

For our Family Fun Night event this year the Parent Council have decided to change the format and will be hosting a Race Night.  This event is open to all parents and children in the Primary School and Nursery Class.

Tickets for the night will be sold on a first come first served basis and are on sale now from the school office, priced at £4 per adult and £1 per child.

There will be 8 races in total on the night, 7 races will be pre-sold before the event, with the 8th race being an auction race where each horse can be bid for on the night.  Opportunities for the pre-sale are as follows:-

  • Be the horse owner – cost £5 per horse, the horse owner can select the name of the horse; Prize for the winning owner in each race will be a bottle of spirits.
  • Be the jockey – cost £3 per horse; Prize for the winning jockey in each race will be a bottle of wine.

Any donations of bottles for prizes will be greatly accepted.

A letter with further information regarding the Family Fun Night will be issued to the children.



October 31, 2016
by Miss McGregor

Tesco Bags of Help- Vote for us!!!

Tesco has teamed up with Groundwork on its Bags of Help initiative across Scotland. The scheme will see three community groups and projects awarded grants of £12,000, £10,000 and £8,000 – all raised from the 5p bag charge.  Greenspace Scotland are working with Groundwork to support Scottish communities.

We are delighted that St Aidan’s Parent Council has been selected to receive one of the grants, we will also work in partnership with Alzheimer Scotland.  Pupils, people with dementia and volunteers will grow and develop an environmental learning zone that will include an innovative and therapeutic sensory garden.

Both groups will benefit from this project; pupils can learn both about their environment and what life is like for people with dementia. People with dementia will also learn new skills and will be engaging in a valued social role that will enhance their sense of wellbeing.

You can now vote in store from 31st October – 13th November

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