- P1 Enrolment 2018-2019
- Primary School Enrolment
- Placing Requests
- Pupil Absences due to Family Holidays
- School term and holiday dates 2018 - 2019
- School term and holiday dates 2020 - 2021
- School term and holiday dates 2019 - 2020
- School Meals
- Free School Meals
- Emergency Closures
- Emergency Closure Activities
- School Clothing Grants
- Learning Links
- Scottish National Standardised Assessments
- A 1+2 Approach to Langauge Learning
- Parent Information Leaflets
- Reporting Jigsaw
- Useful Links for Parents
- Residential Trips
- Structuring Classes in Primary Schools
- PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND ENGAGEMENT SURVEY 2019
- School Fund Information
- Medicines in School
- Relationship, Sexual Health and Parenthood
Emergency Closure Activities
What you can do if DPS is closed for any reason.
For example - Snow Days
First of all, check if you have fully completed your ‘normal’ homework tasks to the very best of your ability.
1. Look at your ‘Learning Links’ for suggested activities/websites for activities.
2. Practice and try to learn your Times Tables ‘off by heart’.
3. Play literacy or maths games e.g. snakes & ladders, battleships, word searches, chess, I spy, cards games.
4. Read a book and write a book review to encourage others to read it if you enjoyed it OR why to avoid it!
5. Check to see if there are POWA tasks you could work on.
6. Create a new game based on what you have been learning in school recently.
7. Write a story/poem/report linked to your classwork or recent school activity.
8. Follow a recipe to bake/cook something special for your family (with adult supervision).
9. Teach someone enough French so that they could hold a short conversation.
10. If possible, go outside to play, get some physical exercise and most importantly, have fun with friends or family :-)
Remember - You can find lots of information on the school website to help.
- In the Parent Area - Parent Information Leaflets
- Learning Links, Presentation policy, Writing grids, Parent help sheets etc
- In the Pupil Area -
- POWA grids and guidelines