As part of the partnership between Aberdeen City Council and the Aberdeen Football Club community programme the school has been offered a number of tickets for the forthcoming Aberdeen match against St Mirren on the 9th February 2013. There are 15 free tickets in total and children must be accompanied by an adult.
If you would like some of the tickets please contact Miss Sheppard on firstname.lastname@example.org
The primary school estates will go before committee on the 7th February. Thanks to all parents and carers who took part in the consultation events. The Aberdeen City website now has all of the comments received through the consultation available on the home page.
MEPC Jan 2013
We had an excellent turnout for the PC meeting of 16 January as you can see!
We had a visit from Sue Muncer and Helen Milne of Aberdeen City Council who discussed Inclusion Policy for the city and then answered specific questions from Parent Council members.
Miss Sheppard gave her Head Teacher’s report to the Parent Council and talked about the various exciting events happening at school.
There was discussion on a few other subjects before it was time to finish up and then head to the pub for a welcome drink!
If you’d like to find out more about the meeting please check the Agendas, Minutes and Finance section of the website and download the minutes once they are available.
We are planning a movie afternoon one Saturday this term. If you want to vote for a favourite movie please email the PTA FUNdraising Team at email@example.com
Our next meeting of the Mile End Parent Council will be on Wednesday 16 January and the next PTA meeting will be held on Wednesday 23 January, both at 7pm.
Come and join us!
Our annual shopping evening took place on Thursday 29 November. We were fortunate enough to have over 30 stalls all selling lovely products. Unfortunately the event was very poorly attended but thank you to the 40 parents and friends who came along to support us. Our own pupil ‘Circle of Friends’ group had a lovely stall selling homebakes. They raised £70 for a local charity ‘Somebody Cares’. Our evening raised just short of £600 for school funds.
Elaine Sykes, room 19