Dylan, Kaylah, Amy and Owen went along with Mrs Bain to plant wild flowers at Union Square. They took part in the Grow Wild challenge with Shopmobility. Union Square agreed to let Shopmobility plant their wildlife garden on the piece of land at Palmerston Road,
For those who don’t know about Shopmobility Aberdeen it is a charity based in Union Square whose aim is to increase independence, freedom, self-esteem and choice for people with disabilities.
It does this, in part, by providing use of wheelchairs, scooters, mobility aids and volunteer assistants. Anyone aged 4 to 104 can (and do) use the services provided by Shopmobility Aberdeen no matter whether their mobility difficulty is temporary or permanent. Each piece of mobility equipment offered by Shopmobility Aberdeen has the potential to provide 260 trips per annum, enabling the charity to give assistance to thousands of people and their families every year.
Shopmobility are our Business Partners. We have worked in partnership with them in previous activities.
On the last day of term Friday 3rd July we will have our annual school picnic lunch. Your child should take a packed lunch on this day but if you wish to order one from the School Cook can you please do so by Friday 26th June by sending in a wee note requesting this. Please remember if your child is in P4-7 they will require a lunch ticket with their order.
If it rains we will have our lunch inside but hopefully the sun will shine and we will be able to have outdoors!
Can you believe that your child is going to Primary One after the summer holidays? We have thoroughly enjoyed having your child with us at Braehead Nursery. Please can you take a few minutes to complete these two Survey Monkey questionnaires to gather your views about your child’s experience at our Nursery. Thank you.