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We have a library system which families can access from home as well as in school.

Your child’s class teacher will give them a bookmark this week

which has their own log in details on it.

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What can you do with Junior Librarian?

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  • Search all the books in our school library and reserve ones you wish to read.
  • Access to free eBooks
  • ‘Who Next’ – recommended titles for your child based on what they have read.
  • Use the app on your mobile phone and tablet – Click here for more info.
  • Write reviews to share with the whole school on books you have enjoyed!
  • Teachers can use the library in class as a learning tool for ICT and Literacy.

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If for any reason your child’s code does not work – please fill out the form below and a new code will be given to them. Thank you.

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Thank you to Mrs Madden for compiling this really helpful guide to filling our shoe boxes.

Rotary Club Shoe Box Appeal

Here we will show –

  1. Photos for a Box for boy age 5 to 6 years
  1. Photos for a Box for a girl age 6 to 9 years
  1. Examples of what, and how much you can fit in neatly.
  1. How your box should look at the end!
  1. You can use things you have at home but are unused. They can also be used items, but these must be in very good condition, clean and unbroken.

Rotary Club Shoe Box Appeal

Today we have seen –

  1. Box for boy age 5 to 6 years
  1. Box for a girl age 6 to 9 years
  1. Examples of what, and how much you can fit in neatly.
  1. How your box should look at the end!
  1. You can use things you have at home but were never used. You can add used items, but these must be in very good condition, clean and unbroken.
  1. Other things not shown here can be included, for example, perhaps a ball, skipping ropes, yo yo, picture books, jigsaws, colouring books.
  1. Don’t forget you can also add a little card saying hello and your name, perhaps include a photo of yourself too..It is nice for the person to see who sent the box for them. You can decorate your box with pencils or markers on the outside

Thank you for listening and thank you for taking part.

You are showing an act of love and kindness by taking part in this appeal.

All boxes to be brought to school by 17th November. Thank you.

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We hope you find this a useful feature.

Mrs Lacaze

 

Thank you to all those parents who have taken a few minutes to provide feedback on our Open Day. Here are some of the most common words used…

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If you would still like to let us know how you got on click on the link below –

Open Day Feedback Survey

 

Thank You!

Primary 4 and 5 had a memorable visit from Mr Richard Hardie. He shared with them his adventures climbing Mount Everest…two times! Inspirational!