Please take time to read the message we received regarding free bus travel for young people.
Please may I ask for your support by encouraging young people and families to apply for the Young Person’s Free Bus Travel Scheme.
It would be greatly appreciated if the details of the website below could be highlighted on the school’s communication channels. Also, please feel free to share with the Parent Council.
The campaign website for the Young Persons’ Free Bus Travel Scheme, freebus.scot is now live. Please apply.
Further information for schools
The website contains lots of helpful information for families and young people about free bus travel, how it works, how to apply, the benefits and some tips for travelling safely too. It also features the decision tool feature, to help make it easier for people to understand the different ways they can apply.
There is also a dedicated page with digital resources for stakeholders. You are welcome to look over these and make use of any relevant materials.
The resources available include:
- The updated customer service toolkit
- Digital marketing materials such as posters and leaflets
These materials will be updated as required but will always be hosted on the resources for stakeholders’ section of freebus.scot. If you require any more information, or if there are any further digital assets that you feel would be beneficial, please feel free to get in touch.
New website for Young Person’s Free Bus Travel Scheme Louise Jenkins | Senior Communications Officer
Thank you to all who supported the School Fayre on Saturday and to those who bought tickets for our Raffle Draw.
Here are our winners:
Raffle Prize Winners
Flowers– Mrs Robb
Cake– Miss Bannatyne
Hampers/ Gift Bags–
Cayden room 5
Holly K room 14
Logan room 12
Callum W room 9
Oliver room 2
Merryn room 15
Evie room 7
Cooper room 6
Lewis room 12
Aston room 14
Kara room 2
Macy room 14
Kai room 9
Mrs Gaffney room 13
Lucky winners can collect the prizes from the school office. Please be prepared for the fact that some prizes and heavy to carry.
Please take some time to open and read the latest guidance for school aged children.
St John’s Primary Parent Council
PLANT SALE AND SPRING
May 2022 – 10am till 12pm
Parents/Carers – The Parent Council are delighted that the Spring Fayre and
plant sale will return this May after a 2 year absence due to lockdowns and
restrictions. The fayre will be held in
the playground and will feature:
quality bedding plants from a Lanarkshire plant nursery
selling Home Baking
tickets on sale to win gift hampers – raffle tickets can be bought on the day of
the fayre plus Parent pay will be open to buy raffle tickets from 9th
and games for children in the school playground organised by St John’s senior
To make the day a
success and raise funds for the school we’re asking for your support and help
with the following;
of items to make up the gift hampers should be handed in to the school by 3pm Friday
6th May. Suggested items – wine, craft beers, spirits, boxes of
chocolates and sweets, candles, toiletries and gift sets etc.
baking packaged or wrapped to sell should be handed in to the school on Friday
the 13th or dropped off just before the fayre starts on the Saturday
morning. If you hand your items in in a box or tin that you would like returned
to you please label it.
need a few volunteers to help set up and run the plant and baking stalls on the
Saturday morning and to sell raffle tickets – contact us through the parent
council Facebook page or email email@example.com if you can help, many thanks.
Thank you for your
continued support, see you on the 14th!!
St John’s Parent Council.