Category Archives: P7

Pr 7 World of Work Helpers needed please

We have session 4 booked in for World of Work on Thursday 17th January. We leave at 11.45 am and return 2.45 pm. Currently we have no helpers. If you can spare the time or know of anyone who could help us then please let us know.

Pupils require a packed lunch on Thursday due to an earlier lunch break.

Thank you for your help.

 

P1 and P7 Stories

Primary 1A were so lucky today to have the Primary 7’s come and visit us to read their very own Christmas Stories. The Primary 7’s have been working so hard to write fantastic stories for today and the Primary 1’s absolutely loved them!

What a lovely way to round of the end of term!

Thanks again to all the Primary 7’s for your fabulous stories!

 

Miss Munro

 

Primary 7 IRA Transition Ceilidh

Today the Primary 7s attended a ceilidh at the Inverness Royal Academy. It was a great opportunity to mix with people from different schools (and our future classmates). We got to show off our Scottish Dancing skills and, of course, we had lots of fun!

It was great to get to have a quick peek at the school and everyone is now looking forward to the next transition event!

Christmas Dinner and Christmas Jumpers!!

Just a quick reminder, the children will be receiving their Christmas dinners in the dining hall for lunch tomorrow if they have ordered them and all children and staff are encouraged to wear their finest Christmas jumpers if they so wish!  Please do not go out to buy a jumper especially for the occasion, it is the company and the wonderful atmosphere that we are all looking forward to tomorrow!

Many thanks, The Lochardil Team

Pr 7 Ceilidh change of date

The Inverness Royal Academy Transition Ceilidh is now on

Friday 14th December   9.45 – 10.45 am.

We still require parent helpers. Leaving at 9.25 and returning at 11.05 am

Thank you for your help

 

Pr 7 update 11.12.18

Just a reminder that our Open Afternoon times are a bit different to the rest of school. This is just to allow parents/carers to visit other classes if they need to.

Room 16 1.30 pm – 2.15 pm Horrid Herod

Wear your Christmas jumper on Thursday if you have one! 

We still require some parent volunteers to escort us to the Inverness Royal Academy on Thursday 13th December at 9.20 am – 11.00 am for the Transition Ceilidh.

We would also welcome helpers for the Culduthel Christian Centre end of term Christmas service. Leaving at 9.25 am  and returning for about 11 am. Thursday 20 Dec.

Party food letters have been given out and we are looking for helpers with the Yearbook. Applications are welcome for Monday 17th December. Mrs K Marshall will be supporting this in the New Year. Job roles are being given out today.

Thank you for your ongoing interest and support.

IRA Christmas Fayre

Thank you to the pupils from Lochardil Industries who came along to help sell our Rocks and Crosses game. We sold quite a few and appreciated the generosity of the community and the IRA for giving us a table to use.

Pr 7 Star Pupils

Well done to Scott, Ross, Kyle and Riley for their super help at the Fancy Dress Disco. Their DJ skills were great helping everyone to enjoy good music and dancing. They were well  prepared with games and suitable playlists for each stage disco. Of course, everyone did well and the event was a super success.

P7 Art

P7 have created some amazing artwork which has been inspired by Hokusai’s piece of work ‘The Great Wave off Kanagawa‘.

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Pr 7 Mr Soden’s Visit 20.11.18

We enjoyed a super afternoon with Mr Ian Soden as he shared information about energy use, why we need to make changes to our energy choices and the options we have with renewable energy.

He told us about the different projects his company (Dulas) get involved with and their developments with renewable technology e.g. solar panel fridge for vaccines.

The “Hydro” group won the prize for the quiz.

Thank you to Mr Soden for coming along and helping to remind us about our responsibilities to choose the right energy saving behaviours to help make good habits in our everyday life.

Well done Team Hydro.