Welcome to St Ninian's R.C. Primary School
The proposed strike on Tuesday 21st October 2014 has been cancelled and the school will be open as usual.
We hope you and the children are having a relaxing holiday and we look forward to seeing them for a full weeks work next week.
We would like to thank all the people who came to the musical bingo on Wednesday, it was a big success!!
You helped us raise over £420.
We hope you all had a great time at the musical bingo.
I would like to congratulate Michelle Bird for winning the big bear that was in the raffle and hope you have a great time with it.We are so pleased with this success, we might just do another one.
Our new House & Vice captains were chosen on Friday by the pupils in the school.
St Bernadettes House Captain is Rachael and the Vice for St Bernadette is Viki.
St Nicholas has been lucky enough to have Sophia as Vice Captain and Ada for their House Captain.
St Marys on the other hand has Cherise as Vice and Gemma as House.
St Francis have also been lucky in getting Chloe as Vice and Amy as House Captain.
Congratulations to them all!!
On Friday Newsround came to our school.
The people that participated were Roisin and Molly Brack, Jay Archibald and Rachael Black.
The pupils were giving their opinions on the Referendum result.
They had some very strong opinions.
The presenters name was Martin and in the photograph you can see him having breakfast with them and chatting. The result of the Referendum was NO and everyone had alot to say about that!!!
If you care to comment on life at St Ninians, possible additions to the school website, get in touch with a member of the staff or just add a comment please do so under the 'Guestbook' option on the bar on the left.
All comments will be welcomed.
Please take some time to read our latest letter concerning parking around the school area.
What a great turn out of parents for last night for 'Meet the Teacher' and to be engaged with the launch of our new Home
Learning initiative we are running with the children.
A sincere thank you from the whole school for this.
The new Home Learning initiative will engage the children's imagination and interest in sharing their learning with you and then with the class as a whole on completion.
It will also bring a bit more excitement to the week’s homework as tasks have to be worked on and completed and hopefully
with parental involvement this can add further to class discussion with the teacher and pupils alike.
Once again, thanks for the great turn out last night and we look forward to hearing your feedback on Home Learning.