We have set a survey online to find out your views about our uniform. Your child has a letter in their bag to further explain.
Please click on the link below to access the survey which will close on Thursday 25th May at 9am.
I just want to say a huge thank you to everyone who wished me well when I left to take up my new post at Chryston Primary. I would also like to thank all of those who sent me a card or gave me a gift – I was truly spoiled and greatly appreciate them all. I have many memories from my time at Tannochside and the school, childre and people I met will always hold a special place in my heart.
Mrs Fleck xx
Yesterday our team of 4 finalists attended the North Lanarkshire Reading Quiz at Bellshill Cultural Centre. Mason, Taylor, Danny and Emma did a fantastic job of representing their school and they even got to meet Barry Hutchison, author of the Beaky Malone series of books. The team had a great day and answered some very tricky questions! Congratulations to our fantastic finalists and to the winning team from St. Mary’s Primary School.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it!
Our super successful Primary 7’s are featured in this month’s issue of Legion Scotland’s magazine. We were lucky enough to receive a few copies in the post this morning. Follow the link below to read all about the boys’ and girls’ trip to the Dreghorn Barracks and the Lady Haig Poppy Factory. It truly was an unforgettable experience!
Well done again P7!
Miss Kerr & Mrs Kearney
We have been having fun in our Drama class are becoming confident and creative in our performance and miming skills.
We are learning about the bodies of water of the world and investigating rivers and the water cycle. We have talented artists in our class and we are having fun creating projects that relate to other learning areas.
Primary 2a are enjoying taking part in their Japanese topic. They have made Kimonos, fans and drawing apple blossoms trees which are symbolic in Japanese culture.
They are being fabulous in Drama class and are growing in confidence in performing. Watch this space for great pics!
The JRSOs would like you to know that the month of March has a focus on Helmet safety. We have run a competition to create a bookmark promoting the use of helmets when cycling, stating, scooting and if you are lucky enough to have a Segway remember to protect your head.
Winners and photos will follow!
If you visit the Scholastic Website then you can download vouchers to spend at the book fair.
A £30 Book Fair Gift Voucher will cost you £25.
A £24 Book Fair Gift Voucher will cost you £20.
An £18 Book Fair Gift Voucher will cost you £15.
A £12 Book Fair Gift Voucher will cost you £10.
A £6 Book Fair Gift Voucher will cost you £5.
If you would like to make yourself some additional savings then please visit the website and download your gift vouchers to bring along with you to the Book Fair.
The Book Fair is a fantastic way for us to raise money which supports the ordering of new books and resources to support the Learning and Teaching in the School.
Hope to see you all there,
On Friday 3rd March, we celebrated World Book Day. We came to school dressed as our favourite characters. Have a look at our fantastic costumes.