St. Patrick's Primary, New Stevenston

August 30, 2020
by Mrs McIntyre

P.E. Reminder for P5-7

P5-7 Remember to come dressed for Day 2 of the Active Schools Outdoor P.E. programme tomorrow.

P6&7 Don’t forget to bring your bikes and helmets if you have one.





August 24, 2020
by Mrs Carroll

Active Schools

Today primaries 5, 6 and 7 enjoyed the first week of their P.E. block from NLC Active Schools.  Their activities included Archery, Orienteering and Multi-sports.  The children of primaries 6 and 7 also got their bikes safety checked in preparation for their bike skills session next week. A great time was had by all.

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August 20, 2020
by Mrs McIntyre

NLC Active Schools Outdoor P.E. Programme

On Monday 24th August, NLC Active Schools will be delivering the first of a four week outdoor P.E. programme for P5-7 in the school grounds and pitch during the school day.  Letters were issued to all pupils today. (please check pockets!)

All pupils in P5 will receive Multi-Sports, Archery and Orienteering.

All pupils in P6 will receive Bike Skills and Multi- Sports and all pupils in P7 will receive Bike Skills , Multi Sports and Archery/Orienteering.

Pupils should come to school dressed for their outdoor lesson with a waterproof jacket.

Pupils who have a bike in P6 and P7 should bring this and a helmet, if they have one to school.(Please also provide a padlock for additional security if possible.)

Bikes/helmets will be available to pupils who require them.

Please get in touch if you require any further advice.


July 30, 2020
by Mr Dinsmor

Schools Update

Good evening,

We are awaiting advice and confirmation of North Lanarkshire Council’s plans for return to school in August. We require this information before we can finalise our own school plans.

As soon as we receive this communication we will share it with our families.

Thank you


June 23, 2020
by Mrs Carroll

P7 Leavers

Have a look at our wonderful primary 7’s sporting their leavers’ hoodies.  I’m sure you will all agree they look fab!

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June 19, 2020
by Mr Dinsmor

Important: Letter from our Executive Director, Derek Brown


Letter from Derek Brown Executive Director

Frequently Asked Questions

Good evening,

Attached is a letter from our Executive Director, Derek Brown and it contains important information about our return to school in August.

The letter outlines that there will be an in-service day on the 11th of August (on which pupils do not attend) and all pupils will attend for at least some of the time in the days covering the 12th, 13th and 14th of August. Exact details of when your child will attend on the first week back will be issued next week. We will ensure all siblings attend on the same days and times.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we have all waited together for more information about our return in August.
Kind regards,

Martyn Dinsmor

May 27, 2020
by Mr Dinsmor

Collection of Jotters

St.Pat’s and NSPS have pulled their resources together to offer jotters to children as they need them. Trays will be outside the building away from main doors from 11am. It is important to both schools that we ask you take only what you need and please observe social distancing.

May 26, 2020
by Mr Dinsmor

Microsoft Class Teams

Over the weekend, every pupil has received their Glow Teams email address, username and password (if you have not, there may be an issue with your parental email contact address, please email for this to be added to the system).

Microsoft Teams uses each pupil’s Glow log in and guides to installing/downloading are provided below. Please don’t worry if it all seems confusing when first setting up, I can confirm we are all experiencing this together! We’ll get there in the end and we are here to support if needed – what we don’t know, we’ll find out.

Instructions for accessing Microsoft Teams on Glow – Parents

Teams App Instructions


September 6, 2020
by Mrs Allan

Primary 6 – Titanic Water Displacement Experiment

The boys and girls carried out an experiment this week to help them understand why boats float.  We dropped balls of plasticine into water and observed that they sank.  Next we formed our plasticine into boat shapes and after a few tries everyone managed to make a plasticine boat that was able to float. We learned that the Greek Mathematician Archimedes discovered the theory of water displacement whilst having a bath!

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