We kindly ask for any available Parent Volunteers to help escort us along to the Culduthel Christian Centre for our Christmas service on Thursday 21st December. We plan to leave the school at approximately 9.20am in order to be at the Centre for 10.00am. We should be back at school for about 11.15am. Thank you again for supporting us in this way, it is always very much appreciated.
The IRA Transition Ceilidh planned for Pr 7 today has been cancelled. All pupils will be dismissed from Lochardil Primary at 3 pm as normal.
You have the right to food, clothing, a safe
place to live and to have your basic needs met.
You should not be disadvantaged so that you
can’t do many of the things other kids can do
The Pr 1 and 2 Nativity was a super success. Thank you to the community, family and friends of Lochardil who came along to support us.
We appreciated your generous donations of £258.88 for Moray Firth Radio Cash for Kids and the Highland Hospice. What a great way to celebrate the season.
Bag a bargain!
A reminder to all parents/carers that a second hand uniform stall will be available at the open afternoon tomorrow, Thursday 7th December. School logo polo shirts & sweatshirts will be available, along with grey/black trousers & skirts and winter jackets. Uniform items will cost no more than £2 each and jackets £5 each.
Thank you to everyone who has donated items for this stall.
The stall will be manned by parent helpers between 13.45 & 15.00. Proceeds to school funds.
We look forward to our School Christmas lunch on Wednesday 13th December. We are now in the tradition of wearing our best Christmas clothes to celebrate! Look out your Santa hats, tinsel T-shirts, festive footwear or a jolly jumper to wear to school.
We have our Christmas Concert in the afternoon so we look forward to a very special day.
Just a reminder about our OPEN AFTERNOON.
Thursday 7th DECEMBER 2017
Numeracy and Maths focus.
Looking forward to having you along to see our range of work and to share in our learning.
UNCRC Article 28 You have the right to education.
Please ensure that you park sensitively if you are bringing the car and are mindful of local businesses and residents. Thank you
Coffee and Carols Hampers Raffle – donations welcome!
December 9th 2017 11.00 am – 12.15 pm
The themes for the hampers are:
(and biscuits for cheese – no cheese please!) ELCC (rainbows), P7A & P7B
(anything that’s a bit of a treat; jams, preserves, tea,
coffee, biscuits…..) ELCC (buttercups), P3A, P3B
(men’s/women’s toiletries, make up, nail varnish,
bubble bath..) P1A, P1B, P4
Saturday Night In hamper
(anything to make a good night in;
DVDs, games, crafts, popcorn…) P2A, P2B, P5/4
(anything chocolate!) P5, P6/5, P6
Please could each family donate at least one item which would be suitable for the hampers. Donations should be made by Thursday 7th December at the latest, and can be dropped off at the school office. We have allocated classes to hampers to try and get an even spread. If you have children in more than one class, take your pick. Or if you have something more suitable for another hamper, we will take anything! The only requirements are that the item is new, unused and in date for the Coffee & Carols on Saturday 9th December.
? Santa’s helpers wanted…..?
Could you spare an hour from 1.45 – 2.45pm this Monday 11th December to set up and serve teas to our guests after the P1&2 Senior Citizens Nativity Performance? ??
Please e-mail email@example.com if you can help. Thank you!
P1 and P2 parents…. The Nativity tickets are due to be sent home tomorrow, Tuesday, so please send any final ticket request forms in with your child in the morning.
Lochardil Primary 7
Are Proud To Present
Happily Never After – It’s Panto Time!
- Thursday 14 December at 7:00 pm
- Friday 15 December at 1:45 pm
- School Hall
Donations are welcome for our school trip
UNCRC Article 29 I have the right to an education which develops my personality, respect for others rights and the environment. It should develop my personality and talents
The next Parent Council meeting is Thursday, 23rd November at 7.00 pm in the school.
The agenda is now available on the Parent Council section of the school website.
It is that wonderful time of the year again, when the P1-P2 children perform our school Nativity. This year it is called ‘Whoops-A-Daisy Angel’. The dates have now been confirmed in the school calendar section of the website and here are the dates below for your information:
Monday 11th December – Senior Citizens Afternoon Nativity Performance at 1.30pm
Tuesday 12th December – Parents/Carers Morning Nativity Performance at 9.30am
Tuesday 12th December – Parents/Carers Afternoon Nativity Performance at 1.30pm
We are delighted to announce that Bookbug will once again be gifting a Bookbug Primary 1 Family Bag to every P1 child in Scotland during Book Week Scotland 2017. The Bookbug P1 Family Bags are produced by Scottish Book Trust in partnership with Education Scotland and the Scottish Government as part of ‘Read, Write, Count’ which is a literacy and numeracy campaign aimed at children in P1 to P3.
P1 children will be receiving their ‘Bookbug Bags’ which help to create a lasting link between reading at school and at home on the morning of Wednesday 29th November at 9.45-10.15am. All P1 parents and carers are welcome to attend our ‘Books and Buns’ session where you can share what is inside the Bookbug P1 Family Bags with your child whilst also having a taste of some of our lovely buns!
A local Bookbug Librarian will also be visiting our P1 classes to give us a Bookbug Session later on in the term on Tuesday 19th December.
Thank you to everyone who purchased from the recent book fair. We are delighted to share with you that the commissioned earned allows us to purchase books for the school from Travelling Books to the value of £510.77!
Happy reading everyone!
Congratulations to Mrs Angela Armstrong who won the Highland Heroes award for Classroom Assistant (Pupil Support Assistant) of the Year on Thursday last week. She brought her award in to school to show the pupils, and we managed grab a photo!!
Mrs Armstrong would like to thank all those who voted for her.
The pupils and staff will all have their fingers crossed tonight for Mrs Angela Armstrong when she finds out if she has won the Highland Hero Award for Classroom Assistant of the Year.
We are all very proud that Mrs Armstrong has been nominated for this award by our parents. Have a fantastic night at the awards ceremony Mrs Armstrong. You are our superhero!