Please see poster for details of an open day at Culloden Battlefield on Sunday 25th November 2018.
culloden 25 nov
Today Miss McNeil toasted some scones on the fire for the children, which most of them thoroughly enjoyed with some butter and jam! We went exploring through the woods to a fallen tree where the boys and girls regularly like to climb up and slide back down the muddy hill. Lexie demonstrated excellent balancing skills! At the end of the session, we played near the entrance to the woods and Shona managed to climb up a tree independently!
This is the last week that tokens will be available for free books with the Scottish Sun. They are printing 50 tokens every day this week. We need 3,500 tokens to be able to claim, so please help us to reach this target. Please hand all tokens in to the school office by Wednesday 21st November. Thank you.
We have had a lot of parents asking across p1A, P1B, P1/2, P2/3 and P3 regarding what the children should be wearing on the cinema trip this Friday.
As it is Children in Need this Friday the school is having a dress down day to support the charity – where you will bring £1 to school as a donation.
We are happy for the children who are attending the cinema in the morning to also show their support for Children in Need by dressing down. The children will be wearing their high vis vests over their clothes for the trip so there is no need for them to also have a Lochardil jumper.
Please come dressed down on Friday with your £1 donation! We are very much looking forward to our cinema trip. 🙂
Mrs Kellacher received a letter from Sum Dog today to congratulate our school on taking part in the Sum Dog maths week challenge ,before the holidays, with Lochardil pupils answering more than 5000 questions with an average accuracy of over 85%.
We are very proud to announce that P5/6 were the class with the highest score in our school. Keep up the good work!
This week, we are sending home the Sumdog login details for you to access Sumdog at home. Your homework is to play a little Sumdog at home. The letter with the login details is in the maths homework jotters and will be sent home on Tuesday.
In order to make sure that the Primary 1’s are ready to leave for forest school as soon as possible on Tuesday, we would ask that your child is at school and lined up for the first bell at 10 to 9. The children will come into the classroom slightly earlier than usual so we can make sure that we are ready to go for forest school.
Miss M 🙂
All parents are welcome to come along to the next Parent Council Meeting. It will be held on Thursday 15th November 2018 at 7pm in the staff room.