We have just received 8 bikes as part of our journey towards being a Cycle Friendly School. Some intrepid staff took them out on their maiden journey at lunchtime on the in-service day, to ensure they were all working properly. The scenic and traffic-free route took us along the river Don to Stoneywood House and the Mill Pond.
Adverse Weather Arrangements – 8 December 2017
School Transport will not be operating today. School is open at 9.30 am for pupils living in the Dyce area.
Dyce v Bucksburn Challenge Cup
On Tuesday some of our supported youngsters competed in the Dyce v Bucksburn Challenge Cup. This is the second year of this event and last year we narrowly lost the match. This year however, our team were successful winning 7-1. …
Educational Maintenance Allowance – EMA
The Educational Maintenance Allowance (EMA) is a payment of £30 per week, paid directly into a student’s bank account, if they stay on in school, college or in home-education after their official school leaving date. Students born between 1 March…
Aberdeen City ASN Mediation Providers – SACRO
The Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004 places a duty on local authorities to provide access to independent mediation for resolving disputes with parents and carers of children and young people with additional support needs. This is known…
We have just received 8 bikes as part of our journey towards being a Cycle Friendly School. Some intrepid staff took them out on their maiden journey at lunchtime on the in-service day, to ensure they were all working properly.…
Last term we were approached by Dyce Bingo, our community bingo club, with an offer to donate money to help us support our most vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils. Today, Audrey and Catherine visited the academy, on behalf of Dyce Bingo, and presented a cheque for £300 to the SFL department.
Two of our pupils accepted the cheque on behalf of the Academy. The money will be spent to support our various projects, including Living for Sport, creative crafts, gardening, and help improve our ICT provision.
The latest version of our school magazine “Update” was issued today. A copy can be downloaded here – Update – October 2017
Have a great holiday everyone!
The Additional Support for Learning (ASL) Parents’ Forum meets 3 times each school year. The meetings are an opportunity for parents and carers of children with additional support needs to come along and meet other parents and carers, as well as educational professionals.
Information on the next meeting can be found here – ASL Parents’ Forum 5.10.17