PSA Halloween Disco

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Our PSA Halloween Disco is coming up at the end of the month!

There are two discos, both taking place in our gym hall, on Thursday 25th October.

P1-3 Disco is from 6pm-7pm

P4-7 Disco is from 7.15pm-8.30pm

We’ll only be selling tickets in advance, so return the tear off slip from the attached flyer and return it to school with payment to get tickets.

2018 Halloween Disco Flyer

Only unsold tickets will be available on the night on a first come, first served basis.

Please remember that all children must be accompanied by an adult.

We look forward to seeing you there, in your spookiest fancy dress!

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Parent/Carer Information and GDPR

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Please visit the ‘Parent Bodies’ section of our website, as it has been updated with all the latest relevant information about our Parent Council and PSA, including information about PSA Planning Meetings and dates for upcoming events this session.

Further to this, below is a letter explaining how we collect and manage data about our pupils and families here at Broughton, in line with GDPR guidance.

GDPR Letter for Parents

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PSA Lunchtime Cafe

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Our PSA held the first lunchtime cafe of this session on Friday in our Dining Room.

Huge thanks to all the organisers for arranging the event, and the parent and pupil volunteers who helped run it.

Thanks also to anyone who donated any savouries or home baking, your support was very much appreciated!

The cafe made a total of £499 towards school improvements, a great amount!

Well done again everyone.

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Road Safety

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This year, all primary 5 pupils will be part of the Road Safety Community Group. Road Safety awareness is an important topic for pupils to learn about and Primary 5 are looking forward to sharing their ideas with the whole school throughout the year.

Recently, two lucky Primary 5 pupils attended City Chambers to mark the launch of Road Safety across Edinburgh for the 2018-2019 school year. Bea and Holly will be our Junior Road Safety Officers, and both had a fantastic time and even managed to get some complimentary lunch for all of their hard work. Most importantly, both returned to Broughton enthused by what they had seen and heard on the day. They recorded all of their ideas and will be sharing these with the P5 community group at our next meeting. Well done to our JRSOs on the day who were fantastic and very enthusiastic throughout!

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