What a week! What a month! What a year! After our outstanding Shared Campus show, I can’t believe that on Monday, 26th June we will be saying goodbye to P7 at their Valedictory Service at 1.15 and then they have their school prom from 6:00 – 8:00 on Monday night.
This is our last newsletter of the session and includes details of next year’s classes and staffing. This information was delayed due to staffing confirmation. We hope you have a wonderful summer break and look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday, 15th August.
Newsletter June 17
The Sports Day tomorrow will take the form of “Potted Sports”, groups of pupils trying lots of different sports. Children are asked to come to school in their sportswear as the programme will start at 9.15 am sharp. Due to the weather forecast the events will mainly take place inside, and as it is a joint campus event unfortunately there will be no space for spectators. Pupils are asked to bring a bottle of water with them.
Due to the School Show on Tuesday 20 June the time for lunch will be changed to 11.30 am to 12.15 pm, all pupils will require a packed lunch. Those in receipt of Free Meals can order a packed lunch from the school canteen.
General Reminder :
The joint campus Breakfast Club starts at 8.15 am.
Pupils are not allowed access to the building before this time.
Our Joint Campus Show will be held on Tuesday, 20 June. There will be an afternoon and evening performance. More details to follow in due course.
Our shared campus library will officially be opened on Friday, 5th May. We hope you can join us in celebrating this event at 1:30 on Friday. We look forward to seeing you then.
On 4th May, the local council elections are being held. West Johnstone Shared Campus is a polling station as usual. This means there will be no entry to the school via the main entrance. The entrance on this day will be the fire doors at the side of the building. The children will come in the usual doors but any enquiries must come to the fire doors which only be manned first thing I n the morning and at the end of the day. Telephone enquiries should be made as usual. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.