Tag Archives: Achievement

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Latest Newsletter

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Paper copies will not be distributed this month.  If you wish a paper copy please call into the office where they will be available on request.

As an Eco School we are keen to maintain our Eco status and as such we intend going paperless to minimise the effect of excess rubbish on our environment. We have put various means of communication into place to help us achieve this whilst keeping you fully informed of what is going on in the school.  We regularly update our website www.whitelees.n-lanark.sch.uk. We now have a Twitter account WhiteleesPS where you can keep up to date with all that’s happening in the school.  We also now have an email alert system in place which we would use to send out correspondence directly to your email address.  You can sign up to our email alert system, just ask your child’s Teacher about this at your Parent/Teacher meeting.

Time for Tea!!!

It was Time for Tea again today at Whitelees!

Mrs Hunter was hosting her monthly Tea Party for twelve pupils to celebrate their hard work over the course of the month of February.

Well done to everyone who managed to secure a ticket for the draw in February!

Our next tea party will hopefully be in March.

Keep working hard boys and girls, it could be your turn next!!!

 “It was fabulous!”


Cumbernauld & District Annual Burns Competition

Massive congratulations to our finalists in the Cumbernauld & District Annual Burns Competition.

Pupils from Primary 6 lifted two first prizes and a third prize in the Essay and Senior Artwork competition.

Adam won first prize for his essay entitled “The Walking Nightmare”

Carli won third prize for her essay entitled “The Monster Awakes”

Molly won first prize for her artwork, a fabulous picture of Prince Charles Edward Stuart!

Well done everyone, an amazing achievement!




It was time for tea today at Whitelees!  
Mrs Hunter invited twelve pupils to join her for a tea party in celebration of their hard work and efforts.
Look out for “It’s time to take your work to Mrs Hunter” stickers in your child’s jotter and ask them if they have managed to get a Tea Time Ticket to be entered into the draw.
Our next Tea Party will be in February fingers crossed!