Thank you to everyone who came along on Friday Morning to look at the Pupil Council ideas and offer their support.
If you weren’t able to come but would like to help out with the next event in the diary – the Fair on 17th December – please let the office know and with your permission we will pass on your contact details to the Parent Council <email@example.com>
There are more details of dates and events on the newsletter and in the diary section at the end of the letter.
We had some information on show about our plans for this session!
Please let us know if you can help!
Primary School Open Day 30 October 2019 Primary School Registration P1 August 2020Primary
I am sure you will have seen the posters in local services like the doctor’s surgery and advertisements in the press about these two events.
At Royal Mile the families and carers of prospective pupils may come to have a look around the building and ask questions between 9.30 – 10.15am and 1.30 – 2.15pm on WEDNESDAY 30th October 2019.
Staff will conduct short tours of the school to small groups. We ask that visitors are considerate and remain aware that they are in a busy learning and teaching environment.
Visitors should report to the MAIN SCHOOL OFFICE and sign in. They should remain with their tour party at all times and follow the instructions given by their guide. Any younger children should be supervised closely.
Registration week runs from 4th – 11th November and families should go to their CATCHMENT school to complete the registration forms and present the correct and current proofs required.
If you would prefer to apply for an ‘out of catchment’ place in another Primary School you still need to register at your local school first and then complete a request.
You should bring your child’s birth certificate, current 19/20 Council
Tax Form and proof of address with you.
If your child is a baptised Roman Catholic and is applying for a place
in your Roman Catholic catchment primary school, you should also
bring along your child’s baptism certificate.
Find out more about the registration process
Check your catchment schools
You can come and register at any time, however we suggest after 9.30am and before 2.30pm are probably best as the school office can get very busy at the beginning and end of the day.
We look forward to seeing you at these events
Primary 7 will be taking part in this fabulous event again this year at the Usher Hall. It is always inspiring to see the talented musicians from James Gillespie’s High School. It is even more amazing to hear the Primary 7 choir made up of young people from all the feeder primaries: James Gillespie’s, Sciennes, Tollcross, Preston Street, Bun-sgoil Taobh na Pàirce and Royal Mile, singing together on stage.
We hope very much all of our young people will be there to represent the school and that you will come along and enjoy the concert.
The website where you can buy tickets is
I know that every class has posted this wee booklet already – but we are really proud of the hard work and the maths fun that it represents!
I think the children really enjoyed sharing their activities outdoors on the Friday morning with their families – even the weather didn’t put us off!
Maths week 2019
We were really pleased to welcome so many people to our Information Evening.
The film made by our House Captains and Vice House Captains with Miss Finlayson was inspiring. The ideas that the children and staff across the school for updating our Vision, Values and Aims were very impressive.
Everyone who came had the chance to vote for the ones that they felt best described our and where we want to go next .
People voted and the results are in! We hope you will agree that these are ambitious and thoughtful, just like our school!
Watch out for them going up around the building.
To promote ambition, creativity and responsibility in a safe and happy environment; to create supportive, happy, healthy and collaborative lives for everyone in our community.
Be kind and gentle
Be friendly and welcoming
Everyone at Royal Mile Primary should feel happy and safe!
We also shared information about the new Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenting resources that are going to be used across Scotland. Parents will receive letters and information about these new resources as each class prepares to use them as well as look at them online. https://rshp.scot/
We also enjoyed amazing music from James Gillespie’s High School pupils Sorcha Thompson, an S4 student who will perform traditional music on Clarsach and Rosalind Orr who is in S5 on the saxophone.
All in all a busy and enjoyable evening!