What is the South Lanarkshire Sport Hour?
The South Lanarkshire Sport Hour is an initiative by the Active Schools Coordinators designed at raising awareness of a range of themes, such as Sport & Physical Activity, Mental Health in Sport, Sport in the Community, Volunteers in Sport and many more.
This month’s theme is ‘How does Sport & Physical Activity affect Health & Wellbeing’.
How do we participate in the South Lanarkshire Sport Hour?
There are a number of ways in which you can participate in the South Lanarkshire Sport Hour. The event will take place on Twitter via the South Lanarkshire Active Schools account (@ActiveSchoolsSL).
Between 11am-12pm on Wednesday 27th May we will announce a series of questions relating to this month’s theme. We would then ask that participants ‘Tweet’ their answers using the hashtag #SportHourSL and tagging @ActiveSchoolsSL.
Click here for more info – #SportHourSL Schools Letter
Following the success of our previous ‘Stay and Play’ for 2 year olds in the Carnwath area, the nursery are having another session on Tuesday the 18th of February from 3.15pm until 4.15pm. This is a great opportunity for parents/carers to come along with their child to meet the nursery staff and to engage in some fun learning experiences. For more information, please see below:
2 Year Old Stay and Play session 2
Our P4-7 choir have been very busy performing their songs this week. On Monday they performed for the school, nursery and some of our local community. On Tuesday evening and Wednesday afternoon they performed for parents and carers and for the community. They sang four songs which they learned in their own time, at home and during lunchtime choir practices. They were absolutely fantastic and we are incredibly proud of them.
Their next performance will be at 11am on Wednesday 18th December outside the building which was formally The Wee Bush Inn. They will be performing nine songs for anyone who would like to go along to watch! Please spread the word as this will be a performance not to be missed!
The charity forum have decided to organise a ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ again this year. This will take place on Friday 13th December. This event is to support the charity – Save the Children and as such a £1 donation per family is suggested if possible. If your child doesn’t have a Christmas jumper please don’t worry, they can wear any Christmas clothes, accessories, or even a piece of tinsel. Thank you for your continued support.