Do you have an old children’s bicycle that you would like to sell ?
Sell it through the ‘BIKE SHED’ at the Parent Council Summer Fair in June.
Bring it to school on Friday 21st June or Saturday 22nd June, with an idea of how much you would like to sell it for. The BIKE SHED will then sell it for you, and 50% of the sale will go to PC funds, and you will be given the rest.
Do you need a second hand bicycle for your child ?
Then come to the BIKE SHED at the Summer Fair, we might just have what you are looking for and you will be helping raise funds for the PC aswell as being green by buying recycled/2nd hand bicycles.
Any Questions please see Mrs Scott (Primary 1)
An exciting opportunity for children aged between 6 and 15. Aberdeen Sports Village is running an open Talent Identification session for diving which we would love for any of your pupils to attend. Our hope is to identify the diving talent of the future!
No problem for our maths stars!
St Joseph’s pupils, Andrea Bostock, Amy Robertson and Owen Izedonmwen, took part in the Scottish Mathematical Challenge Day at Aberdeen University today.
We are so very proud of them – they worked well as both a team and as individuals and came first in the relay maths quiz, were finalists in the maths poster competition and came third overall out of 28 schools – and only 3 points behind the winners!
Our P1 classes have been learning about the Smartest Giant who helped out his friends who needed his clothes. We then also heard the story of the Good Samaritan who helped others. So for Lent, P1 are collecting second hand adult clothes for the homeless.
If you have jumpers, jackets, hats, gloves, socks, boots etc that would be suitable for a homeless person, please bring them into school to P1S or P1K by Monday 25th March. They will then be taken to the Cathedral to the Saint Vincent DePaul store where they help homeless people find the clothes that they need.
Thank you. Mrs Scott and Miss King
Calling all parents with some free time Friday 8th March afternoon.
If you could spare some time to help with serving tea/coffee at our Fairtrade ‘Cocoa Off’ Afternoon Tea, to help make the event a success, then we would be very grateful. Please get in touch with Mr Buchanan if you are able to support the Fairtrade Team (there’s lots of tasty chocolatey goods available too!)
All parents and carers are welcome to join us in continuing our awareness of Fairtrade this Friday, 2:30 in the school hall. The “Cocoa Off” winners will have been announced, and all entries available to try with a nice cup of tea or coffee (Fairtrade of course!)
Wednesday 6th March
Mass and Ashes at 9.30am in school hall.
Lots of activities to get involved in the World Book Day!
Bring some books you’ve finished with to get a voucher for a new book!
Friday 8th March
Family Ceilidh – still time to get tickets!
Send in correct money in an envelope to the office marked with your
name/ class and ceilidh.
It’s Fairtrade Fortnight! This year’s theme is cocoa, and to celebrate we’re holding a “Cocoa Off”.
Design and create a recipe – sweet or savoury – that must contain Fairtrade chocolate or cocoa. The rest is up to you, so let’s get creative!
Entries to be brought in for judging (both taste and appearance) with the recipe card, on the morning of Friday 8th March. Fairtrade prizes to be won!
Parents and family members are welcome to join us for the Fairtrade Afternoon Tea, where the entries of the Cocoa Off will be served, and the winners announced. 2:30pm in the School Hall, Friday 8th March.
As part of of journey to becoming a Rights Respecting School, we set about making a whole school charter. We gathered the views of pupils, parents and staff to decide which 4 UNCRC rights should form our charter. The final four are included below. Thank you to everyone who took part in choosing the rights and who decorated a butterfly for our dining room. The display is looking beautiful which more butterflies being added each week.
The RRS Team