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Please remember to send your child with filled water bottles, wellies, waterproof jacket, sun hats, sunglasses and sunscreen.
Daily Mile Path
After 2 years of careful planning & organisation The Daily Mile Path is now FINISHED and ready in preparation for school starting!
A huge THANK YOU to all who have organised, helped & supported along the way and to the local businesses who have sponsored this project including the Co-Op via their Local Causes scheme, Tesco, ASDA, Waitrose & GAP Plant Hire for providing the heavy machinery.
The children will benefit massively from this facility especially over the winter months when the grass is often out of bounds. We look forward to seeing them enjoying it soon; 5 laps = 1 mile
Care Inspectorate Report
Please find the Nursery Class Report that has finally been published by Care Inspectorate (after a lengthy wait due to technical issues)
Congratulations to all the staff involved in this inspection. A special thank you to Mrs Weaver who was our acting senior at the time. The hard work, enthusiasm and commitment of the whole team is reflected in this very good report. Well done to all!
On Friday 4th September, we had our first ever Strathblane Primary School Virtual Assembly. Each class had a Chromebook or laptop hooked up to their whiteboard. We were able to chat with each other. Mrs Cassidy spoke to the whole school. Then the certificates were handed out. All the children enjoyed seeing each other and to watch each class' certificates being given out. The house captains announced the points and there were loud cheers all around the school. We will met every 2 weeks for a virtual assembly.
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.
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