Category Archives: Parents

Julius Caesar

Primary 7 pupils are really excited to be taking part in the Shakespeare Schools Festival this year. The children will be performing their abridged version of Julius Caesar at the…

Promoting Positive Behaviour at Sunnybank 2017

We are pleased to announce that our newly updated positive behaviour policy is now available on our downloads page Staff, pupils and parents have worked hard over the last year…

Congratulations to our stars of the Tivoli Show

Thank you to our families for your support for our Tivoli Show. The children were fantastic and the show was a huge success. Thank you also to all staff  from…

P7 Fair

The Primary 7 pupils did a fantastic job last week putting on an afternoon fair for pupils and parents. The children had spent weeks making a range of craft products,…

Sunnybank School on Twitter

We are pleased to announce that you can now follow Sunnybank School on Twitter.  You will be able to stay up to date with the things going on in and…

80 Minutes Around The World

Don’t forget you can still buy tickets for our amazing production show in-conjunction with Sunnybank Community Centre called “80 Minutes Around The World” 17th June 2017 18:00 Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen….

Primary 1 & Nursery Induction Days

Induction Meeting for parents of new Primary 1 pupils will be on Monday 5th June at 9.30am Induction Meeting for new Nursery children will be on Monday 5th June at 2pm

Autism and Other Conditions Aberdeen

  Autism and Other Conditions Aberdeen   Do you have a child with additional needs? Would you like to meet more parents/carers like you? Discuss issues affecting you and your…

School Development Feedback

Welcome to a new term at Sunnybank School.  As we approach the end of another school year we felt it was important to share with you the work that has…

Guidance on Pupil Reporting and Curriculum Levels – 2017

The Scottish Government has asked all schools in Scotland to report on pupil progress differently this year. The change in reporting arrangements will help to develop a more consistent approach…