P7 Celebration Day

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P7 Celebration Day

 

Here are the details for Friday’s Celebration Day for Primary 7.

Morning

Yearbook and Kilbowie photos will be delivered electronically to pupils via P7 Transition Team.

9.15-12.30 – short visit to St Timothy’s Primary (times are given in document below)

During the visit pupils will collect their new S1 tie and their P7 school report and will have the chance to say goodbye in person to their class teacher. Pupils can drop off any Time Capsule entries at this point.

 

We are so looking forward to seeing the pupils after such a long time. (Please see details below regarding the visit to the school.)

P7 Leavers Information

Afternoon

1.30 pm – P7 Leavers Mass

This will take place via Microsoft Teams and will be in the newly created St Timothy’s Whole School Team

Fr Kevin will lead the mass and it would be lovely to able to celebrate this “virtually” as a school community.

 

After mass the P7 Leavers video will be released.

 

Evening

Pupils can enjoy their family leavers celebrations which they have planned during Home Learning tasks this week.

We would love to see your photos of this so feel free to share your own family celebrations with us via Twitter, e-mail or Teams.

P7 Leavers Celebration

 

**During the visit to the school please remember to follow any signage and directions given and to maintain 2m social distancing from other families. 

The visit will take place outside in the infant yard. There will be hand sanitiser available at the gate. Before entering the yard please use the hand sanitiser provided. 

Each child can have a maximum of 2 adults visiting with them. Please do not bring any other children. 

Families should attend at their given time.

Clearly it is not ideal that we have to follow such strict guidelines and protocols but it is essential at this time to ensure that everyone is kept safe. **

 

Please take care and we look forward to meeting all of our children and families once again on Friday.

Mrs M Rigg

 

 

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