Crawforddyke Primary School

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Please note, as per advice from South Lanarkshire Council, children should not wear Clown Masks on Friday as part of our Dress Down Day.  This advice should also be adhered to for the forthcoming Halloween Disco on Thursday 3rd November. Thank you.

Our Pupil Council organised a MacMillan's "World's Biggest Coffee Morning" on Friday 30th September. We raised £544.17.  Many many thanks for your donations.

Savvy SaversA wee reminder that Crawforddyke's Bank of Smiles, which is part of South Lanarkshire Credit Union, is open on a Friday morning to put money into your account. If you want to open an account please contact the Savvy Savers staff at school for an application form.

Family and friends came to school on Tuesday night to see the children of Angus and Caldwell houses and Thrusady night to see the pupils of Cameron and Ramage perform the songs they had learned with Rookie Rockstars, click here for photos of the event. Everyone had a great time dressing up as rock stars, special thanks to the family rappers who were all marvellous. We can't wait to hear the CD the children have recorded. If you want to find out more about Rookie Rockstars visit their website at 

Meet our new house captains

Angus F  Caldwell FCameron FRamage F

All home safe and sound from Lockerbie, what a fantastic week everyone had lots of pictures to see (click here for the link).

Crawforddyke Primary School and South Lanarkshire Council have the health and safety of every pupil, staff member and visitor to the school as a priority. As such we have policies and procedures in place. The school has an emergency evacuation action plan and security policy in place, and these are devised and agreed in conjunction with the Council's Health and Safety and Risk Management teams. The procedures are renewed annually or in the event on an incident.

The October Newsletter is now available.

We hosted a Parent's Workshop about our Spelling and Reading Programs. The evening began at 6.15pm and finished by 7.30pm. It was for all parents, across Primary 1 to Primary 7. This offered the parents an opportunity to come and hear about how their child learns the skills of spelling and reading in their classroom and how parents can support them at home. Click here to see the photographs from the evening. The school has producesd two leaflets to help parents; click here for the Reading Strategies leaflet and click here and for the Guide to Support Spelling at Home. Hopefully we'll be able to upload the two presentations soon for anyone who was unable to attend the workshop.

Lockerbie photos are now in the Photographs section click here to take a look.

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