Category Archives: P3 Room 8

Club Crow House – The Invisible Boy

  Club Crow House is a filmmaking programme run by filmmakers and educators designed to get students engaged in literacy, create digital content whilst promoting collaboration and boosting confidence. See more…

Rock On!

  The Lochside Transition Group presents the latest Andrew Lloyd Weber musical to be released for schools! ROCK ON! Featuring pupils from Abbotswell, Charlestown, Kirkhill, Loirston, Walker Road, and Tullos…

Tullos Sports Day 2018

  Sports Day will be on Tuesday 12th June 2018, weather permitting. We are looking forward to a very busy, fun, active day in the sunshine!  If the weather forecast…

Summer in the City

The Family Information Service team produced an online brochure so people can plan their summer activities from a marvelous range of options, many of them free, available throughout the city…

Internet Safety

  Keep Safe Online: What pupils need to know. We all need to keep safe online: on our computers, devices, game consoles and on our mobile phones.  This is a…

Book Fair!

  Monday 30th April – Friday 4th May 2018 Scholastic Book Fair will be visiting Tullos School from Monday 30th April – Friday 4th May.  Once again, classes will have timetabled opportunities to browse…

Imagining Aberdeen

  Children from across Aberdeen are Imagining Aberdeen as a place where children are healthy, happy, safe and doing their best. In 2016, 300 children considered life in the community,…

Child Protection Facebook Event – Keeping our Children Safe

Come join us for a live Facebook event on the North East Police Division page Wednesday 21 March 2018 between 7 and 9 pm.

Severe Weather – School Closure Procedures

  Due to the adverse weather forecast issued for the remainder of this week, we would like to remind parents/guardians of the procedures which will be followed. In the event…

NHS Grampian: “Antibiotics Won’t Work for viral coughs, colds & flu”

  A new video campaign which features local schoolchildren is reminding people across the North East that a course of antibiotics is not required to treat common winter illnesses such…