Summer Term School Clubs
A new timetable for school clubs is being organised. Different clubs will run this term. Letters will be coming home, letting you know the clubs on offer for each stage with dates/times. They may not run every week so please check the dates carefully. Some clubs will be on before school, at lunchtime and after school. This term we hope to run - Dance , Storytelling, Basketball, Morning Exercise, Homework, Bike ability, Mini Kickers, Highland Dance and Gymnastics. clubs.
A new breakfast club is being trialled in St.Bride's Primary this term. Letters were sent home before the Easter break. The breakfast club runs from 8.15-8.45am each morning. If you have returned your completed permission slip, please bring your child to the side door at the canteen, no earlier than 8.15am, please. Staff will be there from 8.15am.There is cereal, milk and toast available with some music to listen to. The children have already listed their favourite tunes to make a 'St.Bride's Breakfast Club' playlist!
Tree of Knowledge
Pupils in P5-P7 and all school staff will be taking part in fun, interactive workshops led by Tree of Knowledge. They are also providing a workshop for parents/carers on Tuesday 22nd May from 4-5pm in the gym hall. Tree of Knowledge focus on inspiring and motivating people in a fun, innovative and interactive way. Their 5 values are Passion, Fun, Learning, Innovation and Excellence and we are all really looking forward to their visit. We hope many of our parents/carers will support this venture and join us on the 22nd May.
Welcome back ! We hope everyone enjoyed the Easter break and are looking forward to another busy, summer term at St.Bride's. The last week of term was very busy as we had our Head Teacher's Tea Party, Lenten Charities fundraising afternoon, our whole school awards assembly and Stations of the Cross.
Our Lenten Charities afternoon raised an amazing £925! Thank you all so much for your fantastic support. This money will be sent to SCIAF and Missio.
We ended the term with a very busy assembly where a wide variety of achievements were celebrated, including Class of the Month. Mrs Torrance led Stations of the Cross for the whole school which was a lovely way to end the term on Holy Thursday.
This term is going to be another very busy one- as usual! New clubs for the term are being organised, lots of planning and preparation is underway for our Holy Communion , P7 Leaver's events and end of year events. The children are especially looking forward to the first school disco on Thursday 24th May in Cambuslang Institute.
The school calendar will be updated whenever new activities have been organised so please keep checking.