Between Monday 19th and Sunday 25th June, in conjunction with our Roads Policing colleagues, Lanarkshire Division will be engaging with the public to educate, enforce and positively influence road user behaviour.
There will be various strands to the campaign which will include:
- educating children and young people walking and cycling on roads
- motorcycle safety
- inconsiderate driving behaviours
Our aim is to reduce road incidents. As such, we wish to engage with as many people as possible. Working with our community planning partners, we would like to cascade the message and encourage children, young people and adults alike to take responsibility for their own safety and to be mindful of the hazards walking and cycling on the roads present.
You can find out more about what we’re up to on Facebook and Twitter using the hash tag #GoSafeRoadSafe.
With your help, we can reduce the number of children, young people and families affected by road collisions. A Scotland where no one is seriously hurt or killed on the roads is our ambition.
Our partners at www.roadsafetyscotland.org.uk and www.cyclingscotland.org are excellent sources of information and resource.
Over the week, our local problem solving team officers will be liaising with local schools and delivering appropriate advice to staff, pupils and parents alike.
Lanarkshire Division appreciates the assistance the local authority gives as a partner to keep people safe in North Lanarkshire
Please don’t forget that we have organised a drop in session tomorrow (Monday) afternoon from 1:30-2:30 for parents and carers to view pupil work.
We are having an open afternoon on Monday the13th of June.
This is an opportunity to review your child’s progress this academic year.
We have issued an invitation, if you have not received it, please find a downloadable copy in our useful documents section.
We look forward to seeing you on Monday.
Our Summer Fayre will go ahead despite the weather. We are still looking for donations of:
toys, books, dvds, homebaking and anything suitable for tombola prizes.
See you then.
The Parent Council are in the process of seeking Charitable Status. In order to achieve this, they require to make certain amendments to their constitution. These changes are in “bold type”. The constitution can be found on the website.
If you have any objections to the proposed changes, please notify the Parent Council via the school, before Wednesday 21 June 2017. Thank You
Ladywell Parent Council (new) Constitution (Final) (2)
Please be aware that we now have a copy of the free school meals and clothing grant form available for download in our useful documents section.
Applications relating to the new term will be accepted by First Stop Shops from the first week in June.
Please try to complete and hand in the form as soon as possible to ensure clothing grants are made and free school meals are registered for the start of the new session.
Please find Edenred’s guide to the various options of Childcare Vouchers and Tax Free childcare in our useful documents section.
Please note that our May newsletter is now available for your perusal.