The Disability Sport newsletter has interesting articles about the activities they offer, from football to Boccia and the new Grampian Disability Sport Get Out Get Active project. You can download a copy of the latest newsletter here –
The School took part in the Parasports Festival which took part in the Aberdeen Sports Centre. The children enjoyed taking part in a variety of Olympic sports.
The children had a great time together trampolining at Aberdeen Sports Village.
P6/7 have been learning about archaeology and artefacts. They had a practice run of an ‘archaeological dig’ in the school garden where they found some pottery and coins before taking part in a real life dig at King’s College during the May Festival. Whilst digging they found bits of building material, charcoal and even part of… Read more Archaeology
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Notes on an important topic taken from the excellent talk given by Seb Cook, Police Scotland at the SSS Parents’ evening on 18th May 2017. Things to remember when thinking about internet safety or talking to your children about it: Children are usually much more comfortable with devices than adults. They are likely to know… Read more Keeping safe online: Internet safety & cyber bullying – Notes from Parents Evening
To see a list of exciting events held by NESS over the summer please click on the link below.
Scottish Disability Sports are hosting a Parasports Day on Wednesday 7th June, 10:30-14:00, at Aberdeen Sports Village. The day is open to children in Primary and Secondary school with a physical disability and/or sensory impairment. Sports offered will include football, athletics, boccia, basketball/wheelchair basketball and table tennis. Some sports will only be on offer to… Read more Scottish Disability Sports Parasport Day
SDS Summer Sports Camp 2017 – Wednesday 5th — Friday 7th July 2017 Inverclyde Centre, Largs For Young People with Physical Disabilities and Sensory Impairments Scottish Disability Sports is delighted to be co-ordinating the seventeenth annual Summer Sports Camp for young people with a physical disability and or sensory impairment. We are again fortunate to be supported… Read more Scottish Disability Sports Summer Camp
Technology can support learning in many different ways. However, do you know what your child is seeing and who they are talking to online? Come and find out how you can help your child stay safe with a presentation from Constable Seb Cook, the School Liaison Officer with the North East Division of Police Scotland.… Read more Parents Evening – Online Safety