Banchory Parents’ Hub

Resources and activities that will help you support your child’s learning. Support your child’s reading, writing and counting. Find apps, games and activities to help them learn. Watch videos and take courses.

Top links, news and updates…

Details of local health services available over the festive period!

Winter Health Information

School Handbook

The purpose of our school handbook is to communicate the ethos of the school and provide a welcome for parents to Banchory Primary School, help our parents choose a school, prepare your child for school and to act as a reference tool while your child is at our school....

Clackmannanshire Women’s Aid

Clackmannanshire Women’s Aid leaflets

Book Swap

We need donations of books for our upcoming book swap.

Parentzone Scotland

Parentzone Scotland is a unique website for parents and carers in Scotland

Loose Parts Play Information Leaflet

Loose Parts Play Parent Leaflet
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
The weather looks like it's getting warming so we thought we'd get this snowy story in before winter ends! It's Charlie Crow and he's in the snow.

Here's the link to buy the book:

Charlie Crow in the Snow by Paula Metcalf
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Dress Down Day Reminder Friday 22nd February 2019

As always a £1 donation would be greatly appreciated for school funds if your child does opt-in to dressing down on Friday.

As always many thanks for all your support!

Mr Kerr
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Absolutely fantastic night at our Banchory Bingo Tea organised by our fabby PC Fundraising Team!
A huge thanks to all the staff and parents who were able to come along and to those who donated prizes for the raffle!
Mr Kerr definitely has a special talent in bingo calling and made it a fun night! #goteambanchory #parentsaspartners #BanchoryParentsHub
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
We have embraced Global School Play Day and Pen Free Friday today! #GSPD2019 #penfreefriday
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Huge achievement this week from one of our learners as she reads our longest story yet. Put the kettle on and get comfy for this one.

Stan And His Gran by Sarah Garland via @AmazonUK
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Banchory Primary Parents' Hub
Our Banchory Bingo Tea Fundraiser has been rescheduled to Tuesday 19th February @ 6pm. If you are able to, please continue to donate prizes for the evening and remember all proceeds will be helping to raise money for our playground development that all our children will benefit from. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Banchory Bedtime Stories

Stories LIVE on our Facebook hub and a YouTube playlist of our favourite stories


Banchory Bedtime Stories Playlist


How Can I Support My Child’s Learning?

Plan trips and travels as a family

Have a family approach to travel. Investigate the area and explore the culture before you go. Get children involved in pricing and research. Read reviews together.

Help them find the answers to their questions

Children are curious. They ask questions. Google has the answers when you don’t. Why not ask Google together and enjoy discovering new things together.

Watch a family movie and talk about it

Movies can make us think about issues and ideas in new ways. Make some popcorn and have a family movie night watching one of these great movies.

Write or tell stories together

Writing and telling stories can be a fun way to develop your child’s language skills and imagination. WHO?  WHAT? WHY? WHERE? WHEN? are the important questions every story needs to answer.

Explore the World online

Can’t afford that trip to Australia? Explore it anyway with virtual trips. Watch travel shows on YouTube for a country. Price up a trip for fun. Watch a movie that’s set there. Cook up some country themed food. Get Google Maps and Google Earth on the go and walk about the streets.

Speak With Them

Words are hugely important in a child’s development. Talk to them as much and as often as you can. Point things out from the bus and the car. Share ideas. Tell stories from your childhood. Help them understand the world.