Every Tuesday between 2pm and 5pm there will be AHP’s available to answer questions you may have.
AHP’s are Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Dietitians, and Speech and Language Therapists.
The enquiry line is for all young people, parents, carers and professionals in Highland Council area to access.
Please call them on 07785477686
Picture of the Week (w/c 11/03/19) was awarded to Porscha.
Well done for using such lovely bright colours to create such a masterpiece!
This week at Ach an Eas the children were very excited to make pancakes with the residents. The lovely staff at Ach an Eas prepared an amazing selection of toppings for the children to enjoy.
Thank you to all of you who kindly filled in a questionnaire and returned it to us.
These questionnaires are important to us as we strive to improve all aspects of the ELC provision and meet children’s and families needs.
Please see the file below for feedback received.
Family questionnaire on ELC experience retunred Q’s
Please see the attached information on how Early Learning and Childcare is changing and how it may affect you.
ELC Leaflet for parents- 220219
Thursday 7th March 2019
We would like to invite ELC pupils to take part in World Book Day by dressing up as a character from their favourite book or to bring in their favourite book from home… Or both !!
We look forward to seeing all the great costumes.
In remembrance of Mrs Martin-Hodgson, the school are creating a tranquil place within the grounds of the school where a tree will be planted. With this in mind, pupils are being asked to bring in a painted stone, around the size of a fist by Friday 1st March, if they wish. We plan to place all the stones around the tree.
Stones are required to be painted and they will be varnished at school. You may bring a stone in and paint them at school if this is easier for you.
Thank you in advance.
This week at Ach an Eas love was in the air! We created beautiful love hearts using a variety of different materials. The children wrote about their favourite part of visiting the care home. Archie said his “favourite thing was the biscuits”. Lotte decided she loved “making love hearts.” One of the residents Alice decided that she enjoyed making the bird feeders with the children and said she “loves a cup of tea, especially in the morning!” We then attached the hearts together to make some bunting which we added to their existing Valentine’s Day display.