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ad Teacher’s Message
It is March already, time is really ﬂying by and it has been
super busy in school as usual!
There is lots happening in the coming weeks and months.
The ‘dates for your diary’ section at the end of the newsletter
has been updated and should be your ‘go to’ for what is
happening. There are a few changes in dates for trips and
remember we have our two week holiday followed by the
Easter long weekend this year. We will also continue to send
out reminders through the school app and email … and of
course we update Twitter regularly.
As always, please let us know if there is anything concerning
you about your child. If you phone the ofﬁce in the ﬁrst
instance, Mrs Smith will arrange for your child’s class teacher
to be in touch or and appointment can be arranged with
either Mrs Gibson or myself.
The Sports Council
Council meet with
Mrs McKie. They
are very excited
about all the
they are planning.
Their ﬁrst job is planning our ‘Day Outdoors’ at
Eglinton Park on Thursday 16th May and they
will also be organising Sport's Day on Tuesday
The STEM Council
meet with Mrs
They are going to be planning a whole week of
activities for our very own STEM week in May.
The Pupil Council
The Pupil Council meet with Mrs Lauder. Their
ﬁrst even is planning and organising the
‘Daffodil Tea’ which will be held Thursday 18th
April in the afternoon. We will be looking for
donations of cakes and goodies and will be
entertaining you with spring songs and poems
… more details nearer the time!
As you know, we have used some of our Pupil
Equity Fund to pay for a running track in our ﬁeld.
This should be ﬁnished within the next week and we
are all very excited about this! This will be used by
classes daily to do the Daily Mile and will be
accessed at break and lunch as well as by classes
for planned activities. It will be great to be able to
use this area all year round - the ﬁeld got so water
logged it was often out of bounds. We are hoping to
run a few clubs using the track too… watch this