Important information is frequently given to your child to take home in their school bag. In case this information gets lost between the
classroom and home then a copy of the letter, newsletter, flyer etc will be added to the School Bag Drop area and so appear here.
||School Bag Drop Item
|March 18, 2019
||260219 PTA minutes
|March 18, 2019
||At the February Parent Council meeting we discussed the School expansion, working together to find solutions to Midlothian Council budget cuts, planned improvements to sharing pupils' learning with parents, the new nurture room and developing a long term strategy for the Parent Council.
Read the minutes here 20190220 Minutes Parent Council
|February 26, 2019
||Please see attached booking form for this year’s Easter rugby camps Easter Rugby Camp Application form 2019
|February 21, 2019
||20190226 Kings Park PTA agenda
190129 pta minutes
|February 18, 2019
||All welcome at the Parent Council meeting on Wed 20 Feb, 7pm in the Senior Building. On the agenda: Positive behaviours, Updates from Parent Council sub-groups and Parent Council plans. See agenda here 20190220 Agenda Parent Council agenda
|January 28, 2019
||Have your say on how you would like to see your money spent by the PTA. All welcome to the PTA meeting on 29th Jan at the Justin Lees 7.30 drinks and 8pm start. Feel free just to come along and sit in. See the attached agenda for more details.
Kings Park PTA agenda 290119
|January 22, 2019
|November 26, 2018
||20181127 Kings Park PTA agenda
|November 20, 2018
All welcome at the Parent Council meeting on 21 November, 7-8.30pm at the School. On the agenda: Cost of the school day, Pupil reporting, Inclusion, wellbeing & inequality, School spaces, School communications, P1 curriculum change, Positive relationships and behaviours policy and Headteacher's update. Come along if you have views or simply if you would like to hear more.
|November 15, 2018
||Parent Council Minutes - 26 September 2018
|November 15, 2018
PTA minutes : Find out about our last PTA meeting and see how your generous donations are being spent and how we are raising more funds. We welcome you to our next meeting on Wednesday 28th November at 7.30 at the Justin Lees.
181030 pta minutes
|October 2, 2018
||Find out what the PTA is planning for this year to raise much needed funds for our school and see how you can get involved. As little as an hour's help at an event can make all the difference. Thank you
Click Here 180925 pta minutes
|September 24, 2018
All welcome at the September PTA meeting on Tuesday 25, 8pm at Bonfire. We'll continue our planning of fundraising activities for this term including the Christmas Fair.
Agenda: 201809285 Kings Park PTA agenda
|September 17, 2018
||Parent Council Meeting Agenda 19th September 2018
|September 13, 2018
||Please find attached our September newsletter.
Newsletter KP Sept 18
|September 12, 2018
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.
20180919 Parent Council meeting agenda
|September 7, 2018
||Please find attached our calendar of events for the year. Any additional events will be communicated as soon as we have these organised.
Year Plan Parents version 2018
|September 3, 2018
||Click here for _180828 pta minutes
|August 23, 2018
||20180828 Kings Park PTA agenda
|June 18, 2018
||Parent Council AGM Minutes 13th June 2018
|June 7, 2018
||Parent Council AGM Agenda 13th June 2018
|June 6, 2018
||On the 29th June there is an exciting family event being held at Dalkeith Country Park called Ironkids for children aged 3-14 years.
There are 2 other events at Prestonpans and Holyrood Park and are 500m and 2k running events. Please find a link to the promotional poster. Ironkids Leaflet design PDF
|March 23, 2018
||1 - March recruitment Letter Class Brass 2018
|March 19, 2018
As per the letter issued in September We would like to remind you that homework club will not be on the first day back after Easter holidays (Tuesday 17th April).
The School Office
|March 16, 2018
||Parent Council Agenda 21st March 2018
|March 14, 2018
||Dear P3B and P5B Parent(s)/Carer(s)
We are very proud to have been selected to work with a highly esteemed, leading expert in education research and improving outcomes for children. Please click on the link below for more information.
Click here to view letter for P3B and P5B
|March 7, 2018
||Love to Dance? Then audition for the Scottish Ballet's Associate Programme.
Click here to see the Scottish Ballet -Associates_2018 poster
|February 14, 2018
||Our fun and energetic classes are a fast-paced introduction to Rugby where the child will learn about shapes, colours, numbers and counting, they will be encouraged to work independently as well as enjoying team games. Finding space, looking after the ball, scoring tries, running with the ball in two hands and general agility and balance are just some of the things the children will learn during their time with us. All the equipment used in these classes has been specifically designed and selected for young children. We use sponge foam balls so the children can catch, pass and kick their goals with confidence. Its colourful, it's lively and it's guaranteed to brighten up anyone’s day.
Click here to see Rugby Tots poster
|February 9, 2018
||Parent Council Minutes 7th February 2018
|January 30, 2018
||We understand that the extended stories to accompany the ORT books can often go missing. The questions below are generic higher order thinking questions to ensure engagement with the text. These are not specific and could be applied to all ORT books.
|When and where did the story take place?
Who are the main characters?
What does the main character look like?
How does the book begin?
Where in the book would you find...?
||Can you think of another story character similar to a character in this book?
Have you had any similar experiences?
||Which text/story is better? Why?
Which parts of the text could be improved?
Did you like the ending – why/why not?
Who would you recommend this to?
|What is the book about?
Which part did you like/dislike – why?
||Can you explain why...?
||If you were the main character, how would you have reacted to this?
What would this character think?
Are there any other reasons why *** might have happened?