Christmas Raffle

Raffle tickets are now on sale from any member of the Parent Council.  As always, we have some some fantastic prizes to be won and would like to thank those businesses who have donated so generously towards the raffle.

Prizes:

Ipod Shuffle – EDF Energy

4 passes to East Links Family Park

Family Pass for Scottish Seabird Centre

Family Pass for Museum of Flight

Round of Golf for 4 at Dunbar Golf Club

2 hr lesson – Coast to Coast Surf School

Half hour lesson – Scottish Archery Centre

£20 voucher – Fitform

Lunch for 2 – Royal MacKintosh Hotel

£20 voucher – Found Gallery

£20 voucher – Shalpna Indian Restaurant

£10 voucher – Bowes Sports & Leisurewear

£10 voucher – Saddlers Coffee Shop

£10 voucher – Kings Palace Chinese Restaurant

£5 voucher – Graze Coffee & Chocolate Shop

6 mixed ciders – Thistlycross Ciders

Ice Delight voucher – Belhaven Fruit Farm

Bouquet of Flowers – Bloomia

Designer Handbag – Masons Shoe Shop

Veggie Box – Crunchy Carrot

Kids T-shirt – Dunbar T-shirt Shop

Sweet Assortment – Love Sweets

Tealight holder & Coasters – Tippecanoe

Bird Food – Dunbar Pet Shop

A fantastic selection of Hampers.

 

West Barns Primary Christmas Fayre – Saturday 7th December 2013, 10am to 12noon

Bring your friends and family and come along to enjoy a festive fun-packed Christmas Fayre.  Lots of games and stalls.  Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and some delicious home baking whilst listening to live carol singing.   Grab the chance to win one of our amazing prizes in the Grand Raffle.  Raffle tickets available from the Parent Council or on the day.

Donations of gifts, bottles, toys, games and sweets towards the tombola are gratefully received and can be handed into the school office or to any PC member by Monday 2nd December, if possible.

Calling all bakers…..the home baking stall is always very popular.  If you would like to donate any homebaking, simply bring this to school on the morning of the fayre.  

We look forward to seeing you all there.

Many thanks

West Barns Parent Council

 

NPFS – The Learner Journey

Parents at National Parent Forum of Scotland (NPFS) Focus Groups and events have been telling us that they wanted  more information that explained the stages and progression  through Curriculum for Excellence.  We are pleased that the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Michael Russell, is listening to parents and responding.  The NPFS were happy to work alongside Scottish Government to produce the Learner Journey and Leaflet. It shows the commitment and determination of everyone involved to take account of the views of parents and to keep them informed.  We would encourage all parents to read it and ask their teachers what it means in their school, for their child.”

Link- https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/glowblogs/NPF/files/2013/09/500349_103958-APS-GRO-CFE-Awareness_20130906130105-crop.pdf