Please come and join the fun at our Christmas Fair on Friday 8th December from 11.00 – 2.00
For further details of all the exciting activities and stalls available please visit http://goreglenpc.edublogs.org/2017/11/13/christmas-fair/
Our new Parent Council website is now up and running! Please visit http://goreglenpc.edublogs.org/ to find out more.
Friday 29th September
9:00 – 10:00 AM
(before P6/7 assembly)
Come along for tea, coffee, juice, and home baking.
Suggested donation £1 (for Parent Council funds)
Our weekly coffee mornings continue as usual
11:20 – 12:25 PM
Every Friday – All welcome!
Parents of 0-5 year olds, have your say on the expansion of free early learning and childcare at http://www.bit.ly/elc-survey
Below is an initial draft of our Annual Overview for 2017-2018.
This will be updated at the end of each term to include additional items/events added throughout the year.
Please help us evaluate our progress this year and plan our priorities for 2017-2018 by completing a short survey. To access please copy and paste link below into your address bar:
Thank you. Your feedback is very important to us and greatly appreciated.
Thursday 22nd June, 3.25pm – 5.25pm
Tickets for Movie night organised by our Parent Council are now on sale from the school office. Tickets cost £2 per child to include movie, snack and drink. Children are welcome to bring their own cushion, snuggle toy/blanket for watching the movie. Snacks will be provided so children do not need to bring their own.
In April the Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland launched an online campaign to raise awareness that children’s human rights are for all children from birth. Please visit https://babyblether.com to take part in this campaign.
Children’s human rights are for all children from birth. Babies and children find out about their rights through their relationships with their family and the people who care for them. Talking, listening, singing and playing with your children helps them to experience their human rights.
We all have human rights, but the world recognises that babies and children need extra protection. Their rights are set out in an international law for all children under 18 called the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (or UNCRC for short).
If you care for a baby aged 2 or under then please do take part. Look at the world through their eyes, capture what it is they see and share their baby blether.