On Friday 28th February, Gylemuir Primary will be celebrating Purple Friday. This is a day for us to show our support for LGBT equality and inclusion.
Pupils may wear clothes that are any of the colours of the rainbow (no football strips please). If you wish you may bring a small donation of up to £1.
From Monday 24th February pupils will have the chance to enter two competitions – one is Guess the Rainbow Teddy’s Birthday, the other is guess how many sweeties in the jar! It is 50p per entry and the winners will be announced on Friday 28th February.
All money raised will go to LGBT Youth Scotland.
Some news from Friends of Gylemuir about the upcoming Winter Disco they are holding on Wednesday 26th February from 6.30-7.30:
P1 and P2 children will come in via the Breakfast Club door and their disco will be in the Dance and Drama base.
P3-P7 children should come in the ramp door, their disco will be in the gym hall.
Entry is £3 and includes juice and a snack.
If you want to reserve your child a place (no tickets will be issued, we keep a note of all who have paid) then please:
- Send in £3 in an envelope by Friday 21st February. Please make sure you send in exact money only as NO CHANGE WILL BE GIVEN!
- Mark on the envelope your child’s name, class and emergency contact number. If this is not on the envelope, a place will not be reserved for your child and the envelope will be sent home.
- If your child is allowed to walk home unaccompanied after the disco, this must be clearly indicated on the envelope.
Places are limited to 120 for each disco and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
We will be asking for 10 parent helpers for each disco via our Facebook page, please check our page for details or email us at: FriendsofGylemuirPS@outlook.com
We have a couple of newsletters to share with you. One is our regular School Newletter and the other is our Positive Relationships Policy Newsletter. You can read them by clicking the links below:
Remember you can read individual class / stage letters by going to the Class Pages.
A guide of activities for parents and carers, taking place in North and West Edinburgh between now and June, has just been published. In it you will find details of numerous activities, sessions, courses and programmes designed to help support parents/carers and their children.
You can read the guide below:
Parenting Activities Booklet – Jan – June 2020
With expansion of early learning & childcare taking place, the City of Edinburgh have put together a guide for parents & carers. This explains how early learning and childcare provision will change, expanding the number of hours to which children are entitled.
To read the guide, please click below:
1140 – Parents’ Guide to Early Years Expansion