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!
Dear Parents and Carers,
Primary 7 will be looking at aspects of RSHP, starting this term.
Over the course of the year, we intend to cover:
Making and having friends
Being Smart Online
Feelings and Puberty
How adults plan and prevent pregnancies
You have already received by email I summary of the second level programme and can access the website from home: https://rshp.scot, at any time to view all the materials and information.
For further details, please read the attached leaflet.
Autumn walks and collecting leaves.
A big thank you to everyone for their work and effort during Maths Week (23rd September – 1st October) and to everyone who could make it to join us in our Math’s Work in Dunbar’s Close Gardens!
As part of the Maths work we were doing, Primary 2 were busy collecting facts about the Museum of Childhood to add to Royal Mile Primary School’s Maths Week Booklet. Click the link below to download the booklet and read all about it:
Maths week 2019
To go with all our work from Maths Week we have a challenge to go to as many places as possible from those in our booklet this half term. Prove that you were there (photo, receipt, more facts) and collect 1 house point for each place you went to!
Have a lovely holiday!
For maths week all of the classes in the school created a maths fact file about a location on or around the Royal Mile. It would be great if as many people as possible could visit the areas in the fact file. House points will be awarded to those who can visit all of the locations and bring pictures of them visiting on the first day back after holidays.
Thank you to all of those who came along to parents consultations and also to the outdoor maths event during maths week.
Maths week 2019