Jotter Collection

Please see the attached timetable for collecting jotters.

To note:
● P1-3 Jotter collection:
Monday 18th January
● P4-7 Jotter Collection:
Tuesday 19th January
● Please only collect a jotter if you do not
have one from the previous lockdown.
● One jotter per child.
● Sibling jotters can be collected at the
same time.
● When waiting for a jotter please queue from
the main door down Caledonian Place
with 2 metres between you and the next
● Masks must be worn at all times.
● Please do not arrive at another class time

P1CMonday 18th Jan – 9.30am-10am
P1MMonday 18th Jan – 10.15am-10.45am
P1M/PMonday 18th Jan –11am-11.30am
P2BMonday 18th Jan –11.45am-12.15pm
P2RMonday 18th Jan –12.30pm-1.00pm
P3MMonday 18th Jan –1.15pm-1.45pm
P3G/TMonday 18th Jan –2.00pm-2.30pm
P4KTuesday 19th  Jan – 9.30am-10am
P4RTuesday 19th  Jan – 10.15am-10.45am
P5CTuesday 19th  Jan – 11am-11.30am
P5RTuesday 19th  Jan – 11.45am-12.15pm
P6RTuesday 19th  Jan – 12.30pm-1.00pm
P6STuesday 19th  Jan –1.15pm-1.45pm
P7GTuesday 19th  Jan – 2.00pm-2.30pm
P7ATuesday 19th  Jan – 3.15pm-3.45pm

Christmas Story/Song time

Nursery to P3 pupils are calling on all parents, grandparents, aunties, uncles etc to help make the next few weeks feel more festive in our classrooms.

Could you record yourself: reading a festive story, singing a festive song or telling some festive jokes that could be shared with your child’s class?

We would be grateful of any volunteers. This could be pre-recorded or a live virtual meeting (class camera turned off).

Please email the school or comment below if you or someone you know would be interested!

Parents Evening – Term 2 – 2020

Please find attached a letter and guidance regarding parents evening this term.

Parents evening will be carried out using video call and will run From Monday 30th November until Friday 11th November.

Booking will open from 12pm Tomorrow (Tuesday 24th November) and will close on Friday 27th November at 12pm.

Building Inner Strength and Wellbeing for Kids – The Resilience Alphabet

Education Scotland has released the Resilience Alphabet.


What is this?

The Resilience Alphabet includes ideas and activities to help your child build inner strength and wellbeing.  For each letter there is a definition, something to think about, something positive to say and some suggestions of things to Make, Do or Write.

Download on the Education Scotland link above.

Updated Contact Details – COVID 19

Updated Contact Details for During COVID-19 School Closure

School is closed, and our normal number, 01224 586755, is therefore inaccessible.

Please use the following numbers/contact methods:

School Mobile (to be used in first instance): 07870484109

Virtual School Helpline: 01224 523322

Aberdeen City Council Crisis Support Line: 0800 0304 713

Other Queries: Contact your child’s class teacher on Seesaw and they will support the best they can.