Rights Respecting School
We were awarded with Level 1 accreditation for Rights Respecting Schools on June the 2nd 2016 by Jerry McMurtrie.
We are now underway working towards Level 2. All classes have created their own UNRCR Class Charter of Rights.
We have enrolled in the Aiming Higher in Malawi school project and have now been paired with Mombo School. We campaigned for Old Monkland Library to be kept open.
We have paired up with Redburn Primary school in order to share our success and help them work towards RRSA Level 1.
On Friday 18th November 2016 children dressed down in Purple for Crohns disease and also for International Child Rights Day on 20th of November.
We will be fundraising for our partnership school and taking part in many fun learning opportunities to further our understanding about Child Rights.
St. Timothy’s Primary has now been offically recognised by UNICEF as a school that has begun it’s jouney to becoming a Rights Respecting School via the RRSA Award program. There are many steps to achieving this prestigious award and we have now been granted the first Recognition of Achievment (ROC) status. We are now undertaking steps to work towards level one accreditation.
St. Timothy’s Primary is proud to be a Fairtrade school. Our school gained the highest award – Excellence in Fairtrade, in 2010.
School Sports Award – Gold
We are proud to have achieved The Excellence for Sport Gold award in the summer of 2014. We were awarded this in recognition of all the sporting activities that takes place here in St. Timothy’s and the success we have gained in various Scottish competitions.
Health Promoting School
St. Timothy’s Primary was the first school in Lanarkshire to gain the Gold Award for Health.
We were first awarded the Bronze award, then the silver award which led to us achieving the Gold award.
We achieved this award due to our promotion of a healthy lifestyle in the school and in the local community.
St Timothy’s Primary School gained the our 1st Eco-schools Green Flag on 12th June 2006.
In Session 2008-2009 we raised our 2nd green flag.
We achieved our 3rd green flag in 2010.
The school was assessed in December 2012 and we were awarded our 4th Green Flag.
UNESCO Associated School
St. Timothy’s was the First School in Scotland to be awarded this status.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is a specialised agency of the United Nations.
St. Timothy’s won the North Lanarkshire Sportshall Athletics Championship in 2012, 2013 and 2014. They represented North Lanarkshire in the National Event and came 7th, 5th and 3rd respectfully. Well done to all the Pr 6 and Pr 7 pupils who represented the school and to Mrs Marcuccilli and Mrs McBride who coached the children.
Scottish Education Award for Enterprise
Gold Award for Enterprising Schools
Spotlight on Success Award for Closing the Gap
NLC Innovation Challenge Award 2010