Monthly Archives: Apr 2019

St Bride’s Centre Breakfast Club for Parents and Carers

St Bride’s centre, our local community centre, will be running a breakfast club for parents and carers after school drop off starting on Monday 13th of May.

The sessions aim to offer support through both chat with other parents and carers and also useful training in first aid and other skills for parents.

Full details on the PDF linked here.

Our Fabulous Early Level Playground

After a lovely Easter Break and some truly FANTASTIC weather all the children have settled happily back at nursery.  They have been keen to help staff set up and then enjoy some of our lovely new resources including a very special and relaxing story house, a refurnished creative area, a brand new mud kitchen, our very own water wall and lots of other smaller, but wonderful, items such as an outdoor clock and new tools and utensils for our sand, planting and mud kitchen areas.  And we now  have a great BIG shed to store everything safely overnight, during the weekends and holidays!

The children have been involved in every stage of the planning, selection and  the layout of their playground and monies from the school’s outdoor learning fund, and the very generous donations you all make to our toy fund, which enabled us to purchase these items.

Finally, we would all like to thank the children, staff, and our janitor Mrs Smith for her help and in particular Mr Fituch, dad of Matylda (in the nursery) and Nell (Primary 4) for all his time and hard work!

European Elections and Other Upcoming School Closures

Dalry Primary School will now be closed for use as a polling place in the European elections on Thursday 23rd of May.

Our apologies for the late confirmation of this closure due to the late confirmation of the election taking place.

There are also a number of other days the school is closed this term, all are listed below.

 

Monday May 6th- Bank holiday

Tuesday May 7th- In Service day staff only

Monday May 20th-  Edinburgh Bank Holiday

Thursday May 23rd- European Elections staff only

English as a Second Language For Adults

New English as a second language classes for adults are being offered at Tynecastle Community Wing.

There are two new classes – an additional pre-intermediate/intermediate group with creche on Tuesdays 9.30 – 11.30 and a complete beginner class also on Tuesday 11.30 – 13.30.

For full details see the flyer on the following link: English for speakers of other languages SW Locality April – June 2019-2