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 [...]
All parents and carers of children at King’s Park Primary school are warmly welcomed to attend the Parent Council meeting on Wednesday 19 September, 7pm in the Senior Building (Door A). Please come just to listen or have your view heard.
** MAyDAY** Your Summer Fair needs YoU!! For the Kings Park Summer Fair to take place this year, the PTA urgently needs four or five key organisers to begin the planning process. Our biggest fundraiser of the year, the Summer Fair is usually an extremely successful family event and raises vital funds for the school [...]
PTA Committee Posts Your school PTA needs your skills! At the end of the current school year, Kings Park PTA will have vacancies for the Chairperson, Treasurer and Secretary. Involvement with these roles requires attendance at monthly PTA meetings and a couple of hours of associated admin per month. Job specs and guidelines/tips for each [...]
Thanks again to our PTA who have kindly donated funds in order that we can update our football kits. Pupils are delighted with the kits and are looking forward to using them in forthcoming SFA festivals and matches with neighbouring Schools.
We have been advised that, as from next week, the gate that currently allows access from Parkside Place onto Croft Street (adjacent to small car park) will be closed. This is in preparation for the forthcoming School Streets launch