Happy Friday everyone!
The enrolment week commences Monday 13 February and concludes on Friday 17 February 2023.
Children born between 16 August 2017 and 29 February 2020 are entitled to a funded Early Learning and Childcare place.
Parent and guardians with no access to the online process can request a paper copy of the enrolment form from their chosen setting during ELC enrolment week.
Transition to P1
Nursery pupils have started their transition to P1. This week they explored the P1 area and joined in learning with our current P1s. The transition focus for this term is Literacy. We will publish various phonological awareness activities to try at home which will help to build foundations for learning to read.
The Parent Council have an important role to play in school improvement by ensuring that parental perspective is represented and taken into account. The Parent Council helps to create an environment where all parents know their views matter, and where they feel confident and comfortable putting them forward.
We would like to encourage more parents to become involved in the wider life of our school and join our existing parent council members.
On Thursday pupils from P7 went to the Northern Meeting Park to discuss ideas for interpreting the history of the Park for local people and visitors.
If you would like to share your thoughts, please complete a community heritage/interpretation feedback form.
The Bught Stop Cosy Café
The café is a new warm hub with free food. It is running every Monday afternoon from 1pm-4.30pm in the Bught Stop, Torvean Avenue (next to the shop). Soup, sandwiches, cakes/scones, tea, coffee and juice will be available until 4.30pm. All welcome and you don’t need to be living in the Ballifeary area to come along.
Home School Partnership Learning
Children’s Mental Health Week 2023 will take place from 6th-12th February 2023. The theme for Children’s Mental Health Week 2023 is ‘Let’s Connect’. This theme encourages children to explore how they can cultivate meaningful connections in their lives to support their mental health and wellbeing. Connecting healthily with others is a key part of living a fulfilling life and feeling loved, cared for and safe.
Use the link below to explore a few simple ways you can connect with your child and help them to make meaningful connections.
Have a lovely restful weekend!
Mrs Guzowski and Mrs Fraser