Dear Parents/CarersAUTUMN FAIR –SATURDAY 8 OCTOBER 2011 11.00am – 1.00pmYes it’s that time again!! The Autumn Fair is the school’s biggest fundraiser of the year and the proceeds go towards enhancing your child’s educational experience. It would be great to see some new faces this year.If you’d like to get involved in helping to organise this event please come to a meeting next Wednesday (31st) in the School – Music Room at 7.00pm. If you’d like to help but can’t attend the meeting then please speak to your Parent Council Rep, or pass your details to the Parent Council via the school office.Alternatively, you could just help with the setting/clearing up without committing to anything else.We look forward to seeing you next Wednesday.With thanks.Jennifer Dunn (P7 rep)On behalf of the Parent Council
Author: Mhairi Hastie
Parent Council Minutes
The minutes of the parent council meeting held in March 2011 have been added to the Parent Zone pages.
Use the link below to go to the relevant page
Events & Fundraising Page Update
Just a short note to let everyone know the Parent Council Events & Fundraising page has been updated.
Find out how to help fundraise for the school without any time commitment, at little or no cost:
- The 1995 club
If you have not already signed up, please use the link below to find out more about these opportunties.
Parent Survey – Scottish Government’s Technology for Learning strategy
There is an opportunity for all parents and carers to influence the Scottish Government’s Technology for Learning strategy via a short survey.
Further information can be found at “Blog post at Engage for Education”: http://www.engageforeducation.org/2011/03/what-do-you-think-about-technologies-for-learning/
Extract: In Scotland, we have already made significant progress with embedding technologies into everyday learning, however we need to continue to build on this.
That is why the Scottish Government is developing a Technologies for Learning Strategy that will aim to further the use of technology in learning and assessment in a practical and organised way for the benefit of Scotland’s learners and Scotland’s economic growth.
We want to find out more about how technologies are already being used for teaching and learning. If you are a parent/guardian or a teacher/practitioner you can help us by completing a quick and easy, anonymous survey. Your views and opinions will help us with developing the strategy.
If this is something that interests you I would encourage you to take the time to complete the survey by 27 April 2011.
Mhairi Hastie – Parent Council