Please find attached information about the next Information and Support Sessions for Parents and Carers who are concerned about their pre–teen or teenager’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health.
Each monthly session has a different topic focus and there is an opportunity for parents and carers to meet other parents and supportive professionals in a safe relaxed environment. Parents and carers of 11-18 year olds from in and around Edinburgh are welcome to book to attend any of the sessions.
Support sessions 2018 Feb-June
Here you’ll find the leaflet info on “Challenge your Mindset” which is a section of our Be Resilient programme but also part of the “Growth Mindset” ethos that we are all developing at Dalry Primary.
Challenge Your Mindset Parent & Carer Leaflet Page 1
Challenge Your Mindset Page 2
Dear Parents and Carers,
I am delighted to let you know that I am the preferred candidate for the post of permanent Head Teacher at Dalry Primary School.
I am very much looking forward to continuing to work with the children, families, staff team and partners at Dalry Primary School.
At the end of last term P3 had their trip to the zoo to see the pandas as part of our work withthe confucious institute.
The children had a great day seeing all the animals and also got to take part in a a woodland creature wookshop, finding lots of creepy crawlies under logs and rocks.
P3a were given the opportunity to try on a real Japanese kimono and try out some Japanese games.
As it was so hot, we created a comparison poster about school life in Japan and Scotland outside in the playground.
We are launching the next block of our Building Resilience programme this week.
It is called “Challenging your Mindset.”
Tynecastle Community Choir are seeking new members.
Please see attached posters for more info.
Choir poster 1
Choir poster 2
We are holding a Parents leaflet on Wednesday 25th April from 1.30PM to 3PM in our Confucius Classroom. This workshop is open to all parents and will help you to support your child to embrace challenges, learn from mistakes and enjoy learning.
We hope to see as many parents as possible at this exciting event.
Matt in P5 has heard that his story is through to the next part of the BBC Radio 2 “500 words” competition.
Well done Matt on some brilliant writing and good luck in the next part of the competition.
Are you interested in training to work with Early years children? Ninety early years trainee/MA posts are now live on www.MyJobScotland.com until May 6th.
To find out more about training please see this factsheet.