Queensferry Post Online

Introducing the Queensferry Post Online

Hello, we are the new editors of the Queensferry Post –  

Mabel, Roisin and Jayde, and we are delighted to tell you about the new online edition of the Queensferry Post 2019-2020. We hope you enjoy reading about all the interesting things going on in our school .

Keep your eyes peeled for more posts from our school after the October holidays.

World Book Day

To help us celebrate World Book Day, the children in the Early Stages are being encouraged to tell us about their favourite books. On Thursday 7th March the boys and girls in Primary 1 to 3 can, if they wish, bring in a copy of their favourite book or can draw a picture of/tell us about their favourite characters/events in a story/non-fiction book. We will, as always, have lots of books in our class libraries for the children to read also.

Many thanks for your support with this.

The Early Stages Staff

Ardmay Information

Summer – Ardmay Parents Evening Presentation 2018

For any parents who could not attend the meeting on Wednesday afternoon or for those of you who would like to see it again, the presentation delivered is attached. If you have any further questions about the Ardmay residential please contact Mr Woodward or Mrs Weir.

Please remember that all forms need to be returned to school by Friday 8th March.


Primary 1 book bags

Just a wee reminder to have a daily peek in your child’s book bag when it comes home at the end of a day. Things to look out for are ORT word trees and word cards, letters about our upcoming trip and other events, P1s’ Scots Week poem and new sounds/tricky word flashcards that we have learned in our literacy lessons.

Please, also, give book bags a regular clear out and ensure that they only contain ORT/shared readers, sounds pockets and any correspondence that you wish class teachers to see, e.g notes about appointments etc.

Many thanks

Mrs Law, Mrs McConachie and Miss McLean