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Way of the Cross

Many thanks to the parents, families and parishioners who joined us on our journey during Holy Week.  Primary 7 gave us a wonderful re-enactment of the Stations of the Cross.

 

Please click on the links at the left hand side to see some wonderful singing from the re-enactment.

Way of the Cross

Our Primary 7 pupils will be taking part in a short reenactment of the stations of the cross for the Easter Story.  Parents, families and members of the Parish are all welcome to come along to watch and pray with us in Saint Peter and Saint Paul's Church.

Monday 30th March 7pm

Tuesday 31st March 2pm

We hope you can find time to join us.

Getting it right for every child

Getting it right for every child - update

The Scottish Government is currently consulting on detailed guidance that supports parts of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. This Act is a new law that will give children, young people and their families extra support and will encourage everyone to talk about children’s wellbeing using the same words. The consultation on the guidance is due to run until 1 May. It is mainly aimed at the people who support your child – including parents’ organisations – but individual parents are welcome to get involved if they wish. You can take part in the consultation via this link:

http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2015/02/1851

Term 3 Newsletter

Welcome back to all pupils and staff, we hope you had a happy and restful Christmas and New Year. 

Our Newsletter for this term has been inserted in to the School tab along the top, this will also go home with all pupils this evening.

Please have a look at the exciting stuff that has been happening in our school this term.

Term 2 Newsletter

Our Newsletter for this term has been inserted in to the School tab along the top, this will also go home with all pupils this evening.

Please have a look at the exciting stuff that has been happening in our school this term.

Primary 5 fundraising

Primary 5 raised a fantastic £546.36 through their fundraising efforts this term.  They managed to create 12 hampers which have been delivered to various members of our Parish.  Since they exceeded their target the children decided they would like to use the rest of the money to buy gifts for children in Dundee through the Tay FM Mission Christmas appeal.

We are very proud of their hard work, dedication and mature attitudes this term!

The Honey Games

Primary 5 have been working very hard over the last few weeks through their topic work - Fairtrade.  They have been learning about Fairtrade products and the process they go through to support farmers. 

Another part of their topic was Enterprise - they wanted to raise money to help make Christmas hampers for some of the house bound members of our community.  In order to do this they decided to use the theme of Fairtrade honey.

Last week Primary 5 organised and ran a fundraising afternoon - 'The Honey Games'.  This included a variety of events such as: cake and candy, pin the sting on the bee, get the bee in the hive, guess the bee's birthday, how many bees are in the jar, bee face painting, dress as a bee and a spelling bee.  They have also created and been selling honey gift packs which can be purchased in school for £4.50.  All profits will be used to fund the Christmas hampers.

So far they have raised a massive £450!!!

yes Thank you to all parents, pupils and staff for the support you have given so far yes

New P1 enrolments 2015-2016

Our enrolments for new P1's starting in August 2015 will take place in the school on Wednesday 14th Jan 10-11.30am and Thursday 15th Jan from 1.30-3.00pm. 

Further information can be found in the School tab at the top of the page.

Bingo


Our Parent Council are hosting their annual Bingo event on Thursday 20th November 2014.

Please come along and help support our school.

Eyes down at 7pm!

Health Day

One of our Health Days for this year will be held tomorrow - Thursday 2nd October 2014.

Your child will be involved in a variety of healthy activities along with visits from some outside agencies/companies that can help keep them safe.

Children may come to school in non-uniform tomorrow.

 

They may also come in non-uniform on Friday to celebrate World Smile Day.

 

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