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  • Carrongrange School
    • Welcome
    • A brief view of the schools’
    • departments and activities
    • over the last year
    Carrongrange School
  • Carrongrange School Theme for This Term
    • ‘ Effective Contributors
    • Who care’
  • Pupils of the Month February 2009 Bruce House Scott House Wallace House
  • March Birthdays
    • 1A—Jordan
    • 1M—Jason
    • 3B—Erin, Jamie
    • 4R—Frances
    • 5M—David
    • 5S—Callum
    • 6M—Dawn, Sarah
    • 6W—Steven  
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  • Assembly Dates Thursday 2 nd April – Easter Assembly – 9.15am
  • Our Chill Out Area
  • Classrooms
  • Outside Safe Play Area
  • School Kitchen
  • Swimming pool
  • Music 
  • D r a m a
  • ICT
  • Home Economics
  • S C I E N C E
  • S e n s o r y G a r d e n
  • Design Technology
  • Enterprising Fridays
    • Mrs Robb’s Walking Group
    • Even in the snow and cold wind Mrs Robb’s walking group enjoyed themselves. Wrapped up well and with the proper clothes we had a great time. The views were fantastic.
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    Mrs Anderson’s Group —Working with the Elderly Mrs Anderson’s group have made links with Alanmart Day Care Centre in Stenhousemuir. The pupils have visited and chatted to the residents, played games and entertained them. Some Alanmart clients have visited the school and been shown around by the pupils. Some also attended our Craft Fayre and Burns Lunch. Ideas so far this term are—organising a daffodil tea, Beetle Drive and playing music requests. Alanmart clients and pupils have benefited from these exchanges.  
  • Enterprising Fridays
    • Outdoor Education Group
    • On the 16th of January a small group went mountain biking to Carron Valley and had a great time on the red single track route. Some of the boys and Ms Mackie managed to ride their bikes down Kelpies staircase which is a difficult section. Everyone also had a great time in the fun park riding over large bumps, berms and camel bumps.
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  • Enterprising Fridays Craft Drama Leisure Group
  • Muiravonside Cafe ´ Serving Tea, Coffee, Home Cooking, Soup, Sandwiches and much more Open Wednesday and Friday 10.00am—2.00pm  
  • Pupils enjoy varied Trips and Outings
  • Sports Day June 2008
  • Outdoor Education
  • Outdoor Education Blokarting
  • Phones for Schools
    • Once again, 2R are collecting old mobile phones—even broken ones for recycling. Please ask friends, family and work colleagues to donate their old phones to help us.
  • Tesco Vouchers
    • It’s that time of year again, vouchers can be collected from Monday 2nd March from all participating Tesco outlets. We would like to encourage all parents, carers, staff and friends of the school to collect on our behalf. This year Tesco have only one voucher which can be redeemed across a broad range of curriculum resources from ICT to sports equipment .
    • START COLLECTING NOW
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  • Careers Scotland
    • Joanne Stubbs is the Careers Advisor working for Careers Scotland in Falkirk.
    • She comes in to meet with pupils in the upper school either in groups or individually. This gives her a chance to discuss pupils’ ideas for when they leave school and helps pupils understand what is expected of them in the world of work or full-time education. She is fully aware that parents and carers have a huge influence on their children’s ideas.
    • If you would like to meet with Joanne you can contact her at the Careers Centre in Falkirk on 01324 620311.
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  • Carrongrange Parent Council
    • The role of the Parent Council is to -
    • Support the school in its work with parents
    • Represent the views of parents
    • Promote contact between the school, parents, pupils, providers of nursery education and the community
    • Report to the Parent Forum
    If you are interested in joining the Parent Council or would like more information, please contact Mrs Knight in the School Office. The next Meeting of the Parent Council will be held on Monday 27 th April 2009 at 5.30 pm