This year in King’s Park, one of our school improvement priorities has been to improve inclusion, wellbeing and equality amongst our learners. We aim to ensure that we meet the needs of each individual within our school. One of the ways in which we are able to do this is through the introduction of Nurture Groups.
Please see the attached poster for information around consultation with Parents, Staff, Partners and Young People on a Medium Term Financial Strategy. working_together_poster – 4 workshop version This is your opportunity to take part in one of three interactive sessions being held during April and May.
School Improvement Update In order to inform our practice, teaching staff have been engaging in practitioner enquiry based upon the book, When the Adults Change, Everything Changes by Paul Dix. Staff have had a number of collegiate activity sessions to explore what we need to do. Mrs Renton and Mrs Orr will also be leading [...]
As part of the School’s Self Evaluation work we undertake an annual survey of parents in order to find out how you feel about the work of the school and the opportunities you have to participate and make progress.
On Wednesday 1th November there was a real sense of excitement in King’s Park as the much anticipated House Captain Election Day had arrived. The election was the culmination of a huge amount of learning for Primary 7.
Great work at the ‘Big KP Litter Pick’ The wooded area used by the nursery children for Forest School is a lot cleaner and safer thanks to the hard work of all the parents, carers, pupils and teachers who came along to the ‘Big KP Litter Pick’ on Saturday. We pulled out a huge amount [...]