Primary FZ menu – Choices October 18
Here is the new Fuel Zone autumn/winter Choices menu that will be in the Fuel Zone after the October Break. Vegetarian and Halal menus will be posted when they are made available from the Council.
Please access the Fuel Zone website www.fuelzoneprimary.co.uk for further information.
A network for parents has started up in the north west of the city with a focus on additional needs. More information about the group can be found via the following link:
Thanks for looking.
The Parent Council will be making presentations to Mrs Neilson and to Ms McNeil at the end of term to mark their retirement. We know that some parents have made their own arrangements for gifts, but we have set up two online funds for any parents that wish to contribute to a joint gift from the parent body. You will find these at https://paypal.me/pools/c/85mU8tgdZH (for Mrs Neilson) and https://paypal.me/pools/c/85mXjncwbm (for Ms McNeil).
The minutes from the Broomhill Parent Council meeting on 22nd November 2017 can be found here: PC Notes 221117.
Please note no meeting was held on 28th February 2018 due to adverse weather conditions.
The Council last met on 25th April 2018 and minutes will be published in due course.
If you have any questions or would like to find out more about the Parent Council, please get in touch via the website.
Alastair Dalton, a member of the FET and Transport Correspondent of The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday, has written a very interesting piece on the opportunity to curb the school run. This is particularly relevant to Broomhill where two sites will come together at the new school building in January and the need to manage traffic congestion, with it the associated risks of increased road-safety problems and health-threatening vehicle emissions.
Glasgow City Council has established a new road safety group to adopt a holistic approach, involving officials from a range of departments such as engineering as well as education.
Broomhill could and should be its first success story – so much so that other traffic-choked schools in the city and across Scotland beat a path there, eager to find out what they can do to follow suit.
Please read more at: https://www.scotsman.com/news/opinion/alastair-dalton-park-and-stride-could-fix-school-run-congestion-1-4633687
Here are some photos of the new Broomhill Primary school building. Ground floor lights are often left on overnight so some of the classrooms and their fittings can be viewed from the street.
Do come along to the Parent Council AGM tonight, 4th October 2017, to hear more about the new school build.
CHEESE AND WINE /AGM
WEDNESDAY 4th October 2017, 7.15-8.30pm
Classroom 1, Annexe Building, Broomhill Primary
The Broomhill Parent Council (PC) and Fundraising & Events Team (FET) would like to invite you to our Cheese and Wine (incorporating our AGM).This is an opportunity to come and meet the parents who are on PC and FET, find out more about what we did over the last year, and contribute to our plans for the coming year. This is especially important this year, as the school plans the move into the new school building. Come along, meet other parents and enjoy a drink and a chat!
Looking forward to seeing you there, Broomhill Parent Council