We dressed in purple to raise money for the Ayrshire Hospice. We were delighted when Agent H dropped in on a surprise visit to our assembly
Snap Maps - Snapchat is an extremely popular app with young people and they have recently launched a new feature called Snap Maps. This location based map allows users to see where in the country their Snapchat contacts are, as well as seeing location based photos and videos.
Many young people will have ‘friends’ on Snapchat that they have never met in person, consequently, this could mean that those people are able to use Snap Maps to build up a picture of where your child lives, where they go to school and where they spend their free time.
It is therefore important that young people consider who they share this information with and they are encouraged to regularly update their privacy settings.
For further information on Snap Maps go to https://new.thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals/our-views/snap-maps/
If you have a school twitter account can you also tweet the following information:
Does your child use Snap Chat & Snap Maps? Learn more about this app at https://new.thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals/our-views/snap-maps/
If you have concerns regarding a child's speech and language, click below for further information.
A huge congratulations to James (P6) who has won the Institute for Physics Scotland, Gravity poster competition. What an achievement!!
Congratulations to Abigail of P1C on winning the JRSO competition by producing a fantastic car park safety poster.
Check the Early Years Centre Page for updates about information evenings or Stay & Play dates. All parents and children are welcome to the any of our sessions.
Please click below to view our leaflet regarding our Twitter account. A copy of our Twitter policy can be viewed in the Parent Zone.
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