School is Open – Wed 17th January

School will be open today (Wednesday 17th January) subject to sufficient staffing.

Any school closure will be notified on Stirling Council website, School website, twitter, Central FM, school app and text.

Please wrap up warm with suitable outdoor clothing.

Mrs Logan

Our Learning Contexts This Term

If you’ve downloaded the free Kippen Primary App, you’ll have seen that every class has a brief message about their learning this term. The app only allows short messages, so you can find out more information below:     P1/2 Primary 1/2 have enjoyed our ‘Jolly Postman’ topic and have been learning about the journey of… Continue Reading

RSNO Concert for P3, P4 and P5

P3, P4 and P5 will join the RSNO in Glasgow on 14th November for an adventure into a new world to discover the stories of some of our favourite heroes and villains. From Mozart’s opera to Star Wars, classes will experience Scotland’s National Orchestra with music they’ll love and recognise. With interactive elements throughout, RSNO Primary Schools concerts aim… Continue Reading

Shoe Box Appeal 2017

  The Pupil Council are taking part in the Blythswood Shoe Box Appeal 2017. Any donations would be greatly appreciated. Please could any donations be handed into school by Friday 27th October 2017.   The following link gives examples of things that can go in the shoe boxes.   Many Thanks, Freya and Evie… Continue Reading

School Photos

    We hope everyone had a restful holiday. The children had a great start to the second term today.   A reminder that a professional photographer will be in school tomorrow to take photos of the children.  The children will have the opportunity to have photos taken as individuals and in sibling groups. These… Continue Reading

Posting Letters – Primary 1/2

  Primary 1/2 have been learning about different types of mail, letter writing, addresses, stamps and the postal service through our learning context ‘The Jolly Postman’. We decided to write a friendly letter to someone special and to post it to them. They children went to the local post office to post their letters in… Continue Reading