Category Archives: P1a

P1a Starting 2022

P1a Settle In

P1A have settled into life at school beautifully and are all enjoying their busy days. 

We have started to investigate our school, looking at the people in our school who help us and exploring the other classrooms and playgrounds. 

Mrs Smith also introduced us to the gorgeous rabbits in the first level playground. 


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P1a School Tour

Mrs Honeyman enjoyed a visit from P1a and the staff who work with them. They were joined by our newly appointed Clan Chiefs and Deputes who were giving our newest pupils a tour of our school.


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Intended Learning Newsletters Term 1 2022

Each term our teachers supply a plan for parents so you know what we are learning in school. Find and click the link below to access your class’ intended learning newsletter for this term.

P1a

P1b

P2

P2/3

COMING SOON

P3

P4

P5/4

P5

P6

P7


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Our 2022-23 Assembly Programme

We have just released our 2022/23 assembly programme.

You can see what is coming up in assembly here

It is also available to view with other key information in our OUR SCHOOL and then Policies, Documents and Reports website tab.


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Missing Clothes, Property and Snack Boxes

We are only a few days into the new school year and already we are having reports of lost property.

The biggest cause of lost property in school is not the children leaving it somewhere, we expect that and try to gather it.

The biggest cause of lost property in school is unlabelled items.

With so many children wearing identically sized clothes, either uniform or sourced from the same shops, it is inevitable that confusion occurs and very often isn’t spotted at home.

The same is true of lunch boxes, water bottles and snack bags. There will definitly be anohter child or more with the same item.

Please label with, or write on all items and clothing, the child’s name and ideally surname and class as well.


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