Our Fairtrade Group are delighted to announce that we have successfully renewed our Fairachiever Fairtrade status. This award is given to schools who have fully embedded the use of Fairtrade into their daily life and who take action/hold events to raise awareness of Fairtrade in their local community.Read more
Posts from the ‘Main Page’ Category
Access to the internet, social media and online gaming are opening up a world of possibilities for our children. As our children grow up, we need to help them to understand how to access the online world responsibly and safely.
https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/ is an excellent starting point for parents and carers. There are video guides and lots of helpful advice on the site (for parents of both primary and secondary aged pupils) – and it doesn’t assume you already know what’s available.
Hi Parents, Carers and Young People of St John’s RC Academy
Welcome to the Parent Council! We have a great opportunity at our school to be able to contribute towards the education and recreation of our young people from age 3-18. We have 4 meetings throughout the year which follows an agenda however it is very informal in every other way. Lots of laughs, tea, coffee and biccies! Occasionally we have guest speakers on a variety of subjects. If you feel you have something which you wish to find out more about or have a contact for an organisation that you would like to invite along, we would be delighted to hear from you.Read more
P1-7 Parents Reporting Evenings Monday 11 November 2019 – 4.00pm – 6.30pm Wednesday 13 November 2019 – 5.30pm – 8.30pm
Once again it is time to make arrangements for parents to meet Class Teachers to discuss children’s progress. We will continue to use our online booking system.
Please browse to https://pkcstjohns.parentseveningsystem.co.uk
The Scottish Government is carrying out a review into the implementation of additional support for learning in schools from now until December. The Chair is keen to hear directly from children, and young people, parents, practitioners and others with an interest in additional support for learning about how it works in practice. Further information about the review and how to feed in your views is here: https://www.gov.scot/groups/additional-support-for-learning-review/.