Parent Council minute Nov 21
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Guess the Sweets in the Jar and Guess the Cuddly Toy’s Birthday will be in school week commencing 3 December 2018. Children will be able to have a go every day that week for 20p a guess. Winners will be announced at the Christmas Fair on Friday 7 December.
P4 & P5 Party Monday 17 December (afternoon)
Nursery Party Tuesday 18 December (morning)
P6 & P7 Party Tuesday 18 December (afternoon)
P1, P2 & P3 Party Wednesday 19 December (afternoon)
In order for us to supply food, prizes and gifts for each child, please send in £2.00 per child, in an envelope with your child’s name and “Christmas Party”, to the class teacher by Monday 10 December. (Please note that these events will not be entered onto ParentPay.)
If your child has any specific allergies, please contact the school office to discuss suitable alternative party food.
Your child can either go home at lunchtime to change into their party clothes or bring them into school and change at lunchtime.
If your child is going home for lunch on the day of their party, please let the school know.
Please note that on Friday 21st December the school will close at 12 noon. The morning nursery children will finish at their normal time and there will be no afternoon nursery session.
All pupils to return to school on Tuesday 9th January 2019.
I hope you all have a lovely festive holiday.
For a donation of £1, children are welcome to come to school wearing their Christmas jumpers on Friday 7 December 2018.
The Christmas Fair will take place in school on the same day, 2pm – 4pm. Please feel free to hand in donations to the school office from today.
It has been decided this year to donate class themed hampers to be raffled at the Parent Council Christmas Fair on Friday 7th December.
Each class has decided on their own theme and we would like to ask parents if they would like to donate items to be included in the hampers for their child’s class. Donations can be handed into school from tomorrow. Raffle tickets will be on sale at the Christmas Fair.
Class Hamper Themes are as follows:
To celebrate Book Week Scotland P4 – 7 classes will be organising a class Book Swap. Children are invited to bring in books that they no longer want. They can then have the opportunity to swap these with other pupils in their class. In order for this to be successful it would be useful if every child could bring at least one book.
Please could all books which children are happy to swap be brought to school by Friday 16th November. Individual class teachers will then organise their book swap events during the course of Book week.
“Beauty & The Beast” Pantomime Hopscotch Theatre Company
We are delighted to offer the children from Nursery to P3 the opportunity to see this pantomime, performed in school, on Tuesday 11th December 2018.
This event is subsidised by the Parent Council, therefore, the cost per child is only £3.50. We really appreciate the invaluable support we receive from the Parent Council and the children greatly benefit.
Please arrange to pay this amount via ParentPay, by Friday 23 November 2018. If you haven’t already activated your ParentPay account, please contact the office for your personal activation code.
Children who normally attend our nursery in the afternoon are invited to come in to school via the nursery entrance at 10.00am (show starts at 10.15am) on the day of the performance and should be collected by an adult at 11.00am.
“Jack & The Beanstalk” Pantomime Brunton Theatre
We are delighted to offer the children from P4 to P7 the opportunity to visit the Brunton Theatre, to see the above pantomime, on Tuesday 11 December at 1:45pm, returning approximately 4:30pm. PC forms have been issued today 7th November
This event is heavily subsidised by the Parent Council, therefore, the cost per child is only £6.00. We really appreciate the invaluable support we receive from the Parent Council and the children greatly benefit.
Please arrange to pay this amount via ParentPay, and return the permission form to school, by Friday 23 November 2018.
Mrs Jo Wilson
Roslin Primary School Librarians 2018-19
The pupils of Roslin Primary School are excited to be taking part in the First Ministers Reading Challenge.
The challenge exists to encourage children to develop a love of reading and books.
Pupils who sign up will be receiving their own Reading Passports and will be encouraged to set themselves personal reading challenges.
Our Junior Librarians will be supporting us in running the Reading Challenge.