Catterline School

Advent Party

Advent Party

Catterline Parents Group Coffee Morning

Catterline Parents Group Coffee Morning
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Fair Trade Coffee Shop

Saturday 5th November
From 10.00am-2.00pm
In Catterline School Hall

Enjoy a cup of Fairtrade Coffee and delicious home baked cake.

Browse a fantastic range of fairly traded items:

  • Jewellery and accessories
  • Kitchen and home items
  • Crafts and gifts
  • Cards, decorations and wrapping paper

Buy on the spot or order in plenty of time for Christmas

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Bag2School Collection

Bag2SchoolCatterline School Parent Group has organised a textile collection with Bag2School in order to raise funds for Catterline School.

Bag2School are the UK’s leading textile recycler and fundraiser working with schools and since its inception in 2001 they have now paid out over £10 million. As well as raising funds for our school, it also helps the environment by helping to divert unwanted textiles away from landfill. Our last collection in March 2011 raised an amazing total of £235 for Catterline School. Thank you to everyone who contributed.

By getting involved in our Bag2School collection, you have an opportunity to sort through your cupboards and wardrobes and donate unwanted textiles in the bag provided – this can include adults’ and children’s clothes, shoes (tied together please), hats, belts, bags, soft toys, curtains and bedding (not duvets or pillows). Our school will receive £500 per tonne or £0.50/kg which will be a great boost for our fundraising. In addition it will also raise awareness amongst the children of the benefits of recycling and reuse.

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Council Consultation on School Estate

Aberdeenshire Council's Education, Learning and Leisure Committee are launching an extensive consultation on the school estate.

The first stage of this is an online questionnaire that will be available between Monday 29th August 2011 and Friday 30th September 2011.

The survey asks a series of questions about our school estate and some of the pressures and possibilities affecting it. Some of the questions look at criteria that could be used when looking at the future viability of the school estate.

The second stage of the current consultation process will be a series of stakeholder meetings that will be held with specific communities between October 2011 and February 2012. The locations and dates of the meetings will be decided after the first stage has been completed.

The survey is also available in paper form either by contacting EL&L Reception on 01224 664630, or from your local school or library. The survey can be provided in alternative languages on request.

For further details, see the EL&L School Estate Consultation page on Aberdeenshire Council's web site.

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