Dear Parent Info subscriber,
Welcome to the final Parent Info newsletter of the school year.
It's been an amazing year for us and we can't quite believe we will celebrating our first official birthday when the new school term begins.
We know the end of the school year is busy but if you get time, check out our recent articles on bullying
, written by the excellent Scottish anti-bullying organisation Respect Me.
We've also produced a quick guide to apps that families can use together to enjoy the great outdoors
While we are taking a break from weekly updates over the holiday, we will be posting occasional articles on the site as and when they seem necessary. As I write this, Pokémon Go has just been released and we know parents will want to know as much as possible about the app that merges the online and offline worlds.
We are currently putting our own Parent Info guide together, but in the meantime, you can read more about the game here
We wish you a happy and safe summer break and look forward to another great year of ParentInfo.org
when we come back in the summer.
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Have a good weekend,
Eleanor and the Parent Info team
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