EASTER TENNIS & SPORTS CAMP
LOCATION : BELLFIELD PARK
FUN GAMES & IMPROVE YOUR TENNIS SKILLS
MONDAY 2nd April – FRIDAY 6th April
MONDAY 9th April – FRIDAY 13th April
P1-P5 9-12.30pm PRICE:£15 PER day OR £60 FOR the week
P6 upwards 1-4.30pm PRICE: :£15 PER day OR £60 FOR the week
ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED, JUST BRING TRAINERS A SNACK & DRINK!
SIBLING DISCOUNT OF 20% (on younger child price)
LIZZY BURKE 07983116947 or Lizzy.Burke@btinternet.com
MIKE MARTIN 07795323245 OR MIKETENNISCOACH@GMAIL.COM
Inverness Tennis Academy
“For my personal project I made a cookbook with some of my favourite recipes. I am selling them for a charity called Children 1st for £5, this will go to help children in the local area. If you would like one please can you put £5 in an envelope with your full name and class and cookbook clearly stated. Thank you in advance.” Sadie Traill P7
We are approaching a very busy time for sporting events and discover that a number of school tracksuits and t-shirts have not been returned this year & last.
Please check your cupboards, child’s bedroom, nooks & crannies etc and return found items (washed please!) to the school office by Wednesday 14th March. No questions will be asked!!
SCOTTISH BALLET is holding auditions for their Junior Associate Programme. This is aimed at children who are currently in Primary 5 or Primary 6. Please see the flyer below for more information.
Scottish Ballet Associate Programme Flyer
The Annual General Meeting of the Parent Council will be held at 7pm on Wednesday 25th April 2018 in the school
Please help support the school by supporting the Parent Council!
Please come along to the open afternoon on Tuesday 20th March 3.00 – 4.00pm.
Come and have a look around the classrooms and browse the displays in the corridors.
Children are welcome to attend with parents/carers.
Well done to pupils from Pr 3 and Pr 7 who each receive a £5 Book token to spend at the Scholastic Bookfair. They managed to guess “Who is Reading the Book?” correctly.
Stella James, CEO and founder of Gooseberry Planet is hosting an E-Safety Webinar tailored for parents to give them practical and valuable advice on how to protect themselves and their family online. Please note the webinar is completely free of charge.
Stella has become a well-known speaker on the subject of Online Safeguarding and regularly speaks at schools and educational events across the UK. She is passionate about raising the profile of E-Safety in schools and about engaging and educating the whole school community.
The informative webinar will cover ALL aspects of online safety, with particular focus on:
- Managing Privacy Settings
- Social Media (Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat etc)
- Live Video Streaming
- Sharing Personal Information
- Latest Apps to be aware of
- Online Gaming
- Monitoring a child’s internet usage
- Advice for parents
Tuesday 20th March 2018 at 8pm
1. Click the link below to start and join at the specified time and date:
2. Choose one of the following audio options:
TO USE YOUR COMPUTER’S AUDIO:
When the Webinar begins, you will be connected to audio using your computer’s microphone and speakers (VoIP). A headset is recommended.
— OR —
TO USE YOUR TELEPHONE:
If you prefer to use your phone, you must select “Use Telephone” after joining the webinar and call in using the numbers below:
United Kingdom: +44 20 3713 5022
Access Code: 225-974-216
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the webinar
We hope you will find this webinar useful and that it will help to keep all of our Lochardil pupils safe online.
There are still a number of Consent Forms for the Use of Digital Images of Children to be returned and also the Lochardil Primary School Family Learning and Nurture Questionnaires. Please can these be returned as soon as possible.
Registration Form Summer Provision
Please find attached the registration form required for Summer Provision advertised in the flyer. A paper copy of the form can also be obtained from the school office.
We are delighted to welcome the ‘Stop and Think’ Learning Disability School Anti-Bullying Group to Lochardil Primary to work with our young people from P5-P7.
The group of adults with disabilities come in to school to make people more aware of what it is like to have a learning disability and effects that bullying can have on a person. Our children listen to the group present and interact through discussion to explore important issues surrounding bullying and disability.
This wider learning experience supports our learning and teaching, and helps us to take action to support Children’s Rights Article 23 (Children with a disability has the right to live a full and decent life with dignity and play an active part in the community, and be a step closer to achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities.