Newsletter 4– Friday 3rd September 2021

St. Cuthbert’s RC Primary School

                           Newsletter 4– Friday 3rd September 2021

      St Cuthbert’s CARES We are: Creative Active Respectful Equal Supported

Good afternoon everyone,

Thank you for taking time to read through the detailed and important information below. As always, please ask if you have any questions. See contact details at the bottom of this newsletter.

Flu Immunisation Forms – Urgent Please Return by Monday 6th September

Letters re flu immunisation were sent home with pupils yesterday. These are collected by courier on an extremely tight turnaround time of Monday 6th September. If you wish your child to be immunised please ensure that the forms are returned by Monday. Thanks very much.

Covid Positive Cases Contact Tracing and Communication Process – Please Contact us If Your Child Tests Positive.

Please inform the school if your child has tested positive for Covid 19 via a PCR Test. The school will in turn issue a ‘Warn and Inform’ letter to parents/carers of classes affected. The Test and Protect Team will decide who should isolate as a direct contact, guidance on what now constitutes a close contact can be found on the NHS inform website. The school will unlike last year have no direct involvement with the contact tracing process but will report all notified cases to City of Edinburgh Council.

Celebrating Our Patron Saint – St Cuthbert

The school celebrated St Cuthbert’s Day – which falls on 4th September – slightly early with Fr Aidan visiting classes to talk about St Cuthbert and children receiving a cake and juice to celebrate our patron on Friday.

Learning Meeting – P7

Over the coming term, I will be meeting with classes to discuss their learning. This week I visited P7. The class were very reflective and were able to identify both strengths and next steps in their weekly learning. Importantly, they were able to identify strategies to help them achieve their next steps too. Well done P7!

KIC Forms

If you have NOT returned your child’s completed KIC/Photographic forms, please do so as soon as possible.  The information required is extremely important for your child’s school record.   If you DO NOT return the KIC form, it could mean that your child will NOT be able to take part in any excursions from now until June 2022. Thanks to those who have returned the forms.

Data Capture Forms

Schools are required to update information on their pupils annually.  We sent out the annual Data Capture this week.  Please check all the information on these, make any amendments if required and return the signed form to the school as soon as possible. Thanks to all those who have done so.

Lost Property

We already have a collection of Lost Property gathering in school.   Can you please make sure that all your child’s clothing/bottles/bags etc are clearly marked with their name in order that these can be returned.  Please also impress on your child that they should take responsibility for their own items by taking these home at the end of the school day. Thanks very much.

P1 & P2 Access to School Building After Class

As you know, due to Covid restrictions, the P1 and P2 children enter and leave by the infant department.  At the end of the day, we are finding lots of children who are either playing in the playground or waiting for older siblings, are pressing the main entrance buzzer and asking to use the toilet.  This means they then have to enter and walk through to an area of the school which is being cleaned ready for the new school day.  Whilst we appreciate there can be an ‘emergency’ can you please support us by checking with your child before you leave the infant department.  The class teachers will also remind the children to go to the toilet when getting ready to leave.

Active Schools – Update

We hope to have an offer to share shortly. This will include: free of charge clubs provided by staff members as well as external clubs where payment will be required. Some of these clubs will be based in the school building/grounds whilst others will be based at our local high school St Augustine’s – more details to follow. The aim is for those clubs to start shortly after the September weekend, although this will depend on the situation with and statistics for Covid at that time. We will keep you informed.

Sharing Learning Via Twitter

Learning will be shared digitally on the following days

Monday – P1 & P2

Tuesday – P7, LCC1 & 2

Wednesday – P4 & P6

Thursday – P3 & P5

Friday – Star Learners and the Pupils of the Week – this will commence this week.

Homework

This will commence week starting 14th September. Further details to follow.

Breakfast Club

Bookings for next week can be made by contacting the school office.  All children attending will require to have new registration forms completed on their first day of attendance and exact monies should be handed in to the office in an envelope marked with your name and the days you wish to reserve spaces for.

Cost £1.50 per day first child and £1 for additional siblings

Nursery Update

Our new children are settling very well, and all the children have been enjoying our book of the month; Owl Babies written by Martin Waddell & illustrated by Patrick Benson.  This is the story of three owl babies who wake up in their nest to find that their owl mother is gone. “I want my mummy” cries little Bill. The owl babies do their best to comfort each other while waiting for their mother to return. When she finally returns, the baby owls bounce up and down, welcoming her with joy.

Owl Babies is a delightful story celebrating the bond between parents and their children. It has a lovely reassuring message that mummy will always come back, so it can be used to ease the separation anxiety young children experience when going to nursery for the first time. If you would like to join the fun and watch along with your child at home, click on the link below.

Owl Babies 25th Anniversary – YouTube

As we move into autumn and the weather is more changeable, please remember to bring wellies and waterproof jackets for your children.

To keep up to date with what’s happening in nursery and more, follow us on Twitter:

St Cuthbert’s RC Nursery Class (@StCNurseryClass) / Twitter

Please be aware that all our term-time places have now been allocated for children returning/starting nursery in August 2021 (option 1). We still have Option 2 and Option 3 places available, see below for details.

Option 2Option 3
2 DAYS + 19 Flexi Fridays Full Year (50 weeks) Monday    8:00am – 6:00pm Tuesday     8:00am – 6:00pm 1st & 2nd Friday of each month2 DAYS + 11 Flexi Fridays  Full Year (50 weeks) Wednesday 8:00am – 6:00pm Thursday      8:00am – 6pm 3rd Friday of each month

If you would like to apply, please find below a link to the City of Edinburgh Council website, where you can download a nursery application.

https://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/downloads/download/12890/apply-for-nursery

Please bring (or post) the application, along with a copy of your child’s birth certificate and proof of home address – e.g. Council Tax letter or utility bill, to:

St Cuthbert’s Early learning & Childcare

St Cuthbert’s R C Primary School

9 Hutchison Crossway,

Edinburgh

EH14 1RP

Alternatively, you can email your application along with supporting documents to: stcu-nurmail@st-cuthberts.edin.sch.uk

Please be aware that a place at St Cuthbert’s is not guaranteed, as places are allocated using the City of Edinburgh Council Admission Policy.

St Cuthbert’s, Slateford and Our Lady’s, Currie/Fr Aidan

Fr Aidan, will continue to be our acting school chaplain and will say Mass at both St Cuthbert’s and Our Lady’s Currie in the short term. We hope to hear from the Archdiocese about more permanent plans shortly and will share these as soon as we have them. In the meantime, we thank Fr Aidan for the amazing support, priestly and pastoral care he has provided.

Please see website for details of times and how to book a place.

https://www.stcuthbertschurch.com

Contacting Us

Your comments and questions are always welcomed, we can be contacted via

stcu-nurmail@st-cuthberts.edin.sch.uk (nursery)

We will always try to respond as quickly as we can. 

Finally

We wish you all a very happy and relaxing weekend.

Mr P Brack, Head Teacher and all at St Cuthbert’s School

Newsletter 3– Friday 27th August 2021

St. Cuthbert’s RC Primary School

                           Newsletter 3– Friday 27th August 2021

      St Cuthbert’s CARES We are: Creative Active Respectful Equal Supported

Good afternoon everyone,

We hope you and your families have had a good start to the school year. Thank you for taking time to read through the information below – apologies there is quite a lot to read this week. As always, please ask if you have any questions. See contact details at the bottom of this newsletter.

Permanent Principal Teacher Appointment – Miss Munro

Congratulations to Miss Munro who after two successful years in an acting capacity has now been appointed our permanent Principal Teacher.

Covid Positive Cases Contact Tracing and Communication Process

NHS Test and Protect will now take primary responsibility for this process but will also notify the school when a positive case has been identified. The school will in turn issue a ‘Warn and Inform’ letter to parents. The Test and Protect Team will decide who should isolate as a direct contact. The school will unlike last year have no direct involvement with this process.

No Bank Holiday This Monday

Please note that although this coming Monday the 30th August is a Bank Holiday in other parts of the U.K, that it is not a Scottish holiday and pupils should attend school as normal.

KIC Forms

If you have NOT returned your child’s completed KIC/Photographic forms, please do so as soon as possible.  The information required is extremely important for your child’s school record.   If you DO NOT return the KIC form, it could mean that your child will NOT be able to take part in any excursions from now until June 2022.

Data Capture Forms

Schools are required to update information on their pupils annually.  We hope to send out the annual Data Capture forms next week.  Please check all the information on these, make any amendments if required and return the signed form to the school as soon as possible.

Lost Property

We already have a collection of Lost Property gathering in school.   Can you please make sure that all your child’s clothing/bottles/bags etc are clearly marked with their name in order that these can be returned.  Please also impress on your child that they should take responsibility for their own items by taking these home at the end of the school day. Thanks very much.

P1 & P2 Access to School Building After Class

As you know, due to Covid restrictions, the P1 and P2 children enter and leave by the infant department.  At the end of the day, we are finding lots of children who are either playing in the playground or waiting for older siblings, are pressing the main entrance buzzer and asking to use the toilet.  This means they then have to enter and walk through to an area of the school which is being cleaned ready for the new school day.  Whilst we appreciate there can be an ‘emergency’ can you please support us by checking with your child before you leave the infant department.  The class teachers will also remind the children to go to the toilet when getting ready to leave.

P4 Scottish Government Funded Meals for All

The Scottish Government initiative to provide Free Meals for School Children has now been extended to include P4.   After Christmas, all children in school will be entitled to a free meal at lunch time.

Please note this new entitlement for P4 can now be accessed via Parent Pay.

Please ask if you have any questions

Active Schools – Message from Fiona Damen Active Schools Coordinator.

Dear Parent, Guardians and Carers,

I met with Mr Brack and Miss Munro this week and together we discussed the return of Active Schools activities in term 1, 2021. Active Schools objectives have a different focus post lockdown, leading to a more targeted approach aimed at children who face barriers to sports participation.  

Active schools are however still committed to ensuring every child gets active and my role will be more in school curriculum based offering extra physical activity and support to those classes and pupils who need this most.

Active Schools plan to run some clubs FREE as well as offering other opportunities run by clubs for a small weekly charge as before.  If you would like to volunteer to support in any way some sports activities please contact myself or Mr Brack.

I am working hard behind the scenes to provide a good quality mix of after school sports activities to offer to St Cuthbert’s families and hope to have a plan ready after the September weekend. Please look out for more updates in this newsletter soon.

Return of School Football

I know that we had successfully functioning teams prior to lockdown and it would be great to start this again. If you are interested in running a school team again or for the first time for either girls or boys please let me know and I will pass the guidance to you.

P.E Days

Please remember that pupils can now change in school and uniform should be worn on all days.

P1 –  Monday &  Thursday                            

P2 –  Tuesday & Friday

P3 –  Monday & Tuesday

P4 –  Tuesday & Wednesday

P5 –  Monday & Thursday

P6 –  Monday & Friday

P7 –  Monday & Wednesday

LCC1 & 2 – Tuesday & Thursday

Sharing Learning Via Twitter

Learning will be shared digitally on the following days

Monday – P1 & P2

Tuesday – P7, LCC1 & 2

Wednesday – P4 & P6

Thursday – P3 & P5

Friday – Star Learners and the Pupils of the Week

Homework

This will commence week starting 14th September. Further details to follow.

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club numbers continue to grow and bookings for next week can be made by contacting the school office.  All children attending will require to have new registration forms completed on their first day of attendance and exact monies should be handed in to the office in an envelope marked with your name and the days you wish to reserve spaces for.

Cost £1.50 per day first child and £1 for additional siblings

Adult Education Opportunities

Please see flyer from City of Edinburgh Council.

St Cuthbert’s, Slateford and Our Lady’s, Currie/Fr Aidan

Fr Aidan, will continue to be our acting school chaplain and will say Mass at both St Cuthbert’s and Our Lady’s Currie in the short term. We hope to hear from the Archdiocese about more permanent plans shortly and will share these as soon as we have them. In the meantime, we thank Fr Aidan for the amazing support, priestly and pastoral care he has provided.

Please see website for details of times and how to book a place.

https://www.stcuthbertschurch.com

Nursery Update

This week we have welcomed some new children into the nursery. It has been wonderful to get to know them and their families.

Isabel Gibson from the Memorial Garden Committee in Gorgie generously donated some fantastic art materials and natural resources. It was very much appreciated and we are sure to make good use of everything. Keep an eye on the Learning Journals to see what our very creative children come up with!

To keep up to date with what’s happening in nursery and more, follow us on Twitter:

St Cuthbert’s RC Nursery Class (@StCNurseryClass) / Twitter

Please be aware that all our term-time places have now been allocated for children returning/starting nursery in August 2021 (option 1). We still have Option 2 and Option 3 places available, see below for details.

Option 2Option 3
2 DAYS + 19 Flexi Fridays Full Year (50 weeks) Monday    8:00am – 6:00pm Tuesday     8:00am – 6:00pm 1st & 2nd Friday of each month2 DAYS + 11 Flexi Fridays  Full Year (50 weeks) Wednesday 8:00am – 6:00pm Thursday      8:00am – 6pm 3rd Friday of each month

If you would like to apply, please find below a link to the City of Edinburgh Council website, where you can download a nursery application.

https://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/downloads/download/12890/apply-for-nursery

Please bring (or post) the application, along with a copy of your child’s birth certificate and proof of home address – e.g. Council Tax letter or utility bill, to:

St Cuthbert’s Early learning & Childcare

St Cuthbert’s R C Primary School

9 Hutchison Crossway,

Edinburgh

EH14 1RP

Alternatively, you can email your application along with supporting documents to: stcu-nurmail@st-cuthberts.edin.sch.uk

Please be aware that a place at St Cuthbert’s is not guaranteed, as places are allocated using the City of Edinburgh Council Admission Policy.

Contacting Us

Your comments and questions are always welcomed, we can be contacted via

stcu-nurmail@st-cuthberts.edin.sch.uk (nursery)

We will always try to respond as quickly as we can. 

Finally

We look forward to seeing everyone again on August 18th. Have a good weekend.

Mr P Brack, Head Teacher and all at St Cuthbert’s School

Newsletter 2 – Friday 20th August 2021

  St. Cuthbert’s RC Primary School

  Newsletter 2 – Friday 20th August 2021

 St Cuthbert’s CARES We are:
Creative Active Respectful Equal Supported

Welcome back everyone,

We hope you and your families have had a great summer andyour children will have a great academic year 2021-22. Please note, for any new parents/carers that these newsletters come out weekly on a Friday afternoon and can be accessed via our website, Learning Journals and the school app. If you need help finding or joining any of these platforms please let us know.

Contacting Us

Your comments and questions are always welcomed, we can be contacted via:• Phone – 0131 443 2621• E-mail – admin@st-cuthberts.edin.sch.uk (school) and 

stcu-nurmail@st-cuthberts.edin.sch.uk (nursery)

We will always try to respond as quickly as we can.  

P.E Days

Please remember that pupils can now change in school and uniform should be worn on all days.

P1 –  Monday & Thursday                             

P2 –  Tuesday & Friday

P3 –  Monday & Tuesday

P4 –  Tuesday & Wednesday

P5 – Monday & Thursday

P6 – Monday & Friday

P7 – Monday & Wednesday

LCC1 & 2  Tuesday & Thursday

Sharing Learning Via Twitter

Learning will be shared digitally on the following days

Monday – P1 & P2

Tuesday – P7, LCC1 & 2

Wednesday – P4 & P6

Thursday – P3 & P5

Friday – Star Learners and the Pupils of the Week

These posts will commence next week.

Homework

This will commence week starting 14th September. Further details to follow.

School Uniform – Thank you and Further Information

Thank you so much for the efforts you have made to ensure that your children have returned to school wearing uniform which helps foster our sense of a shared identify and set the standard of high expectations across the school.

Our new P7 ties should be with us by 6th September. At that point we will distribute them in the expectation that they will be worn daily to help P7 set an example as role models for the school. P6 pupils will also be given a school tie as they are also senior pupils who we want to encourage to act as role models to our learning community. 

P4 Scottish Government Funded Meals for All

The Scottish Government initiative to provide Free Meals for School Children has now been extended to include P4.   After Christmas, all children in school will be entitled to a free meal at lunch time.

Please note this new entitlement for P4 can now be accessed via Parent Pay. 

Please ask if you have any questions.

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club resumed successfully this week and bookings for next week can be made by contacting the school office.  All children attending will require to have new registration forms completed on their first day of attendance and correct money should be handed in to the office in an envelope marked with your child’s name and the days you wish to reserve spaces for. 

Cost £1.50 per day first child and £1 for additional siblings

Nursery Update

The Team were delighted to welcome back our returning nursery boys & girls this week. We think everyone looks that wee bit more grown up! We have been developing our garden over the summer and the children have been exploring our new den and water area.

Great news for our team – Kathleen, our part-time Early Years Assistant has accepted a full-time position, and George, formerly our Early Years Assistant has accepted a promoted-post as an Early Years Practitioner. Congratulations to both.

To keep up to date with what’s happening in nursery and more, follow us on Twitter:

St Cuthbert’s RC Nursery Class (@StCNurseryClass) / Twitter

Please be aware that all our term-time places have now been allocated for children returning/starting nursery in August 2021 (option 1). We still have Option 2 and Option 3 places available, see below for details. 

Option 2Option 3
2 DAYS + 19 Flexi Fridays Full Year(50 weeks) Monday    8:00am – 6:00pmTuesday     8:00am – 6:00pm1st & 2nd Friday of each month 2 DAYS + 11 Flexi FridaysFull Year (50 weeks)Wednesday 8:00am – 6:00pm Thursday      8:00am – 6pm3rd Friday of each month 

If you would like to apply, please find below a link to the City of Edinburgh Council website, where you can download a nursery application.

https://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/downloads/download/12890/apply-for-nursery

Please bring (or post) the application, along with a copy of your child’s birth certificate and proof of home address – e.g. Council Tax letter or utility bill, to:

St Cuthbert’s Early learning & Childcare

St Cuthbert’s R C Primary School

9 Hutchison Crossway, 

Edinburgh 

EH14 1RP

Alternatively, you can email your application along with supporting documents to: stcu-nurmail@st-cuthberts.edin.sch.uk

Please be aware that a place at St Cuthbert’s is not guaranteed, as places are allocated using the City of Edinburgh Council Admission Policy. 

St Cuthbert’s, Slateford and Our Lady’s, Currie/Fr Aidan

Fr Aidan, will continue to be our acting school chaplain and will say Mass at both St Cuthbert’s and Our Lady’s Currie in the short term. We hope to hear from the Archdiocese about more permanent plans shortly and will share these as soon as we have them. In the meantime, we thank Fr Aidan for the amazing support, priestly and pastoral care he has provided.

Please see website for details of times and how to book a place.

https://www.stcuthbertschurch.com

Summary of Covid Restrictions as they Currently Stand

Changes:• Pupils who are direct contacts of positive Covid cases no longer have to isolate if they have a PCR Test and test negatively (fuller information on this process in next week’s newsletter).• Bubble system has now ended within the school day. This means that pupils will no longer be restricted to particular zones at breaks and can play with pupils from classes other than their own. • Restrictions removed on P.E, Drama, Music and Dance. This means that pupils can now sing and can also use changing facilities for P.E. meaning that pupils no longer need to come to school on P.E days wearing sports clothes but should instead wear uniform and bring P.E. kit to change into.• Lunch Hall – we plan to gradually progress our classes use of the lunch hall with the aim being to return to pre-covid normality by October.

Retained:

Most other mitigations from last year such as regular hand washing, the wearing of masks by adults in communal areas, one-way systems within the school, no assemblies or large scale gatherings, staggered start and finish times are retained under review for the first six weeks of term. Pupils who test positive will continue to isolate for 10 days.

Finally

Have a good weekend, we look forward to seeing you and your families next week. 

Mr P BrackHead Teacher and all at St Cuthbert’s School

Newsletter 1– Thursday 12th August 2021

St. Cuthbert’s RC Primary School

                            Newsletter 1– Thursday 12th August 2021

         St Cuthbert’s CARES We are: Creative Active Respectful Equal Supported

Welcome back everyone,

We hope you and your families have had a great summer and look forward to your children returning for the new and hopefully more ‘normal’ school year 2021-22. Staff will return on Monday 16th August and school resumes for pupils on Wednesday 18th of this month (see start times below). As you will be aware, things have started to open up since the 9th August and the advice to schools is to proceed with cautious optimism. As a result, following City of Edinburgh Council advice, a small number of changes have been made and other mitigations retained for the start of term. These changes will be reviewed six weeks after the beginning of term. Please see a brief summary below of current advice:

Summary of Covid Restrictions as they Currently Stand

Changes:

  • Pupils who are direct contacts of positive Covid cases no longer have to isolate if they have a PCR Test and test negatively (fuller information on this process in next week’s newsletter).
  • Bubble system has now ended within the school day. This means that pupils will no longer be restricted to particular zones at breaks and can play with pupils from classes other than their own.
  • Restrictions removed on P.E, Drama, Music and Dance. This means that pupils can now sing and can also use changing facilities for P.E. meaning that pupils no longer need to come to school on P.E days wearing sports clothes but should instead wear uniform and bring P.E. kit to change into.
  • Lunch Hall – we plan to gradually progress our classes use of the lunch hall with the aim being to return to pre-covid normality by October.

Retained:

Most other mitigations from last year such as regular hand washing, the wearing of masks by adults in communal areas, one-way systems within the school, no assemblies or large scale gatherings, staggered start and finish times are retained under review for the first six weeks of term. Pupils who test positive will continue to isolate for 10 days.

Staggered Timings August 2021 – School Resumes Wednesday 18th August

These will remain in place for the start of term until further notice.

Please note that P1 pupils will have their own previously communicated pattern of attendance on week 1. (see below for a summary of these).

ClassEntry and Departure PointStart TimeBreakLunchEnd of Day
P1* See below for weeks 1 & 2.Side Gate and Class Door8.45am10.15am12.15pm2.50pm 12.10pm on Fridays.
P2Side Gate and Back Entrance(current entry point)9am10.15am12.15pm3.05pm 12.25pm Fridays.
P3Main Entrance via main gate8.55am10.30am12.30pm3.20pm 12.30pm on Fridays
P4Main Entrance via main gate9.05am10.30am12.30pm3.30pm 12.40pm on Fridays
P5Upper School Entrance via gate closest to it8.55am10.30am12.30pm3.20pm 12.30pm on Fridays
P6Upper School Entrance via gate closest to it9am10.30am12.30pm3.25pm 12.35pm on Fridays
P7Upper School Entrance via gate facing it9.05am10.30am12.30pm3.30pm 12.40pm on a Friday
LCC1 Side gate and side class door 9am10am1.15pm 3.20pm 12.30pm Fridays
LCC2  Side gate and side class door 9am10am1.15pm 3.20pm 12.30pm Fridays

P1 Pupils Start and Finish Times Weeks 1& 2

  • Wednesday 18th August A-L Surnamed Pupils  8.45am-12.10 noon enter and exit via P1door. Staff will be on hand to guide pupils and families.
  • Thursday 19th August M-Z surnamed pupils 8.45am-12.10 noon enter and exit via P1door. Staff will be on hand to guide pupils and families.
  • Friday 20th August – all pupils attend from 8.45-12.10am
  • Monday 23rd August – all pupils attend from 8.45am to 2.50pm (these times remain the same for Monday-Thursday. The class finishes at 12.10pm on Fridays.

School Uniform

It is our hope that all pupils will return to school wearing full uniform this year to reinforce our sense of identity as members of the St Cuthbert’s community.

BE Uniforms (formerly known as Border Embroideries) have opened a shop locally at 187a Dundee Street, Edinburgh EH11 1DH (Tel 0131 378 9509).   All our branded schoolwear will be available to purchase from either this new store or by using the ‘Find your School’ search bar to find the school’s online shop at www.beuniforms.co.uk.

To further foster this sense of identity, we have worked with BE to create a new P7 school tie. For the inaugural year of this tie we will supply all pupils with one of them within the first 2 weeks of term depending on when they arrive. We will also supply our P6 pupils with a tie to ensure they are also setting an example to the younger years.

Breakfast and After School Clubs

Breakfast Club will resume on Wednesday 18th August at 8am.  All children attending will require to have new registration forms completed on their first day.  Please see a member of staff to do this.

We will share information re After School Club as soon as we have it.

St Cuthbert’s, Slateford and Our Lady’s, Currie/Fr Aidan

Fr Aidan, will continue to be our acting school chaplain and will say Mass at both St Cuthbert’s and Our Lady’s Currie in the short term. We hope to hear from the Archdiocese about more permanent plans shortly and will share these as soon as we have them. In the meantime, we thank Fr Aidan for the amazing support, priestly and pastoral care he has provided.

Please see website for details of times and how to book a place.

https://www.stcuthbertschurch.com

Finally

We look forward to seeing everyone again on August 18th. Have a good weekend.

Mr P Brack, Head Teacher and all at St Cuthbert’s School

Social Media Apps – Advice for Parents and Carers

Dear Parents and Carers.

City of Edinburgh Council have asked us to share the 4 attached one page documents, which provide information about apps that some young people are using daily, namely:  Instagram, WhatsApp, TikTok and Discord.

Parents Guide Discord

Parents Guide TikTok

Parents Guide Instagram (1)

Parents Guide WhatsApp

The information is designed to provide important advice and information for parents and carers. We hope you find them useful.

Kind regards

Pat Brack

Head Teacher