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Congratulations to our new House Captains. 

Edenkill

House Captain - Milly

Vice Captain - Zoe

Mugdock

House Captain - Lochlan

Vice Captain - Archie N.

Netherton

House Captain - Archie B.

Vice Captain - Isla

Talent Show Winners

There were over 40 entries to our talent show. Well done to all who took part. 

1st Place - Millie M. (P6)

Joint 2nd Place - Silas (P6) and Bryce (P1)

3rd Place - Marcie (P1)

Stirling Council School Holiday Dates

Stirling Council Nursery Holiday Dates

Mon 3rd May - School Closed

 

Thurs 6th May - Staff Inset Day - School closed to pupils

 

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Euroquiz Winners

Congratulations to the P6 Euroquiz team who finished in 2nd place in the National Finals. They got an incredible score of 92/95. They were only one point behind the first place team. All the team have worked extremely hard to learn the information which covers a diverse range of topics about Europe since winning the heats in Stirling earlier this year. They were representing Stirling Council. Thank you to Mrs McCormick for all her hard work training up the team throughout the year. 

Congratulations - 100 Munros


Well done to Archie who has reached a massive milestone by climbing 100 Munros. This is a massive achievement for a 9 year old. He has recieved a certificate and badge from the Scottish Mountaineering Council. We are all very proud of him. 

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School Meals


The Government are introducing Universal school meal provision and this is in the process of being rolled out.

Phase 1 - August - Primary 4

Phase 2 - January - Primary 5

Phase 3 - Aug 2022 - P6/7

 
There will be Summer payments going to families who are eligible for free school meals. This will automatically be put into bank accounts during the Summer. 

Together All - Digital Mental Health and Wellbeing Support Service

All Stirling residents aged 16 – 26 wanting to talk or seek support about their mental health and wellbeing can now access free online support with Togetherall.   To join they simply need to go to www.Togetherall.com and sign up with their postcode.

Togetherall is a digital mental health and wellbeing support service which is available online, 24/7.  The Community is completely anonymous (unless there are concerns about the user’s safety) so users can express themselves freely and openly.  Professionally trained Wall Guides monitor the community to ensure the safety and anonymity of all members. The Service aims to complement current services already in place.  It is not a crisis service but a prevention and early intervention tool.  It provides a range of activities to support users to work through what is troubling them:

The online courses and resources for self-management include evidence-based courses.  These courses are designed to help people manage to variety of mental health difficulties and improve their health and wellbeing at a pace which suits them.  There are also courses available which support members with their self-development, such as assertiveness training and managing procrastination.

 

Most members report feeling better and more able to cope with their workloads as a result of using the service and nearly 65% use Togetherall outside of a typical 9-5pm.

 

Below are links to two short videos providing further information:

Potential member video  Member Facing Video - 2 Minute Overview

Togetherall Overview Webinar – Internal use demonstration of the platform to give people signposting the platform an overview of the service: Inside Togetherall - 12 Minute Overview

Strathblane Primary School has been on the current site since the mid sixties. The building is set in beautiful countryside with easy access to the natural world for environmental studies projects. Pupils enjoy spacious accommodation with classrooms, general purpose room, and hall with stage and P.E. facilities, separate dining area and a computer suite. Outdoors there are generous playing areas, both hard and grassed. The Parent Council and local businesses have been very supportive in helping to raise funds to improve the school grounds. Parents, friends and the school’s pupil leadership groups have planted trees, shrubs, bulbs and other plants to enhance the environment. Every classroom has an interactive whiteboard and at least two PCs available for the curricular use. 

 

More information is available in our handbook