Please support us!
Pr 7 are having a fundraising break and lunchtime tomorrow (15.2.19)
We are running a Baking stall, Face Painting. Photo Booth, Guess the birthday Beat the Goalie, Nail Painting, Guess the Song, Hoopla, Prize Pong, Hair Salon, Dip if you Dare etc. Most stalls are 30p.
We are fundraising for our Edinburgh trip in May.
Thank you for bringing in some money – come along and have fun!
Thank you to all the parents who came along to our last forest session in this block. We hope you enjoyed seeing what we get up to every week and the benefits of Outdoor Education.
The children made bird feeders back at nursery to take to the forest. We went on a walk around the forest and hung them up high for the birds to feed. Keep your eyes peeled for them if you are out for a walk in the forest. 🙂
P3 learned lots of interesting things on our trip to the museum! We looked at different Viking artefacts and made our own Viking runes!
World Thinking Day is celebrated on the birthday of Lord Baden-Powell, founder of the Scout and Guide Movement. It is a day for all Guides and Scouts to think of each other and to celebrate being part of an international movement. World Thinking Day remains one of the most important dates in the guiding calendar, and every year the theme of the event encourages members to think about the big issues affecting them and their global community. This year the theme is leadership.
On February 22nd, we would like to encourage all children involved in Guide and Scout organisations to wear their uniform to celebrate this special day.
Please click on the link below to find out about our successful Emergency Simulation with Unicef UK, which the whole school participated in.
Parent info letter Unicef Simulation Day (updated)
A big well done to Primary 1As star of the week for last week – Struan!
Struan has been working really hard in his maths where we have been learning about time. Struan confidence in being able to tell the time using a clock has been great and he is even able to identify the time when it is half past.
Keep up the good work Struan ! 🙂
P3 Our final talks!
This morning we heard the last of our class talks. Archie told us all about swords with lots of details and information on his poster. Emilia had an amazing longship and told us lots of facts. Lewis made an amazing longship using lots of recycled materials.
WELL DONE P3- FABULOUS CLASS TALKS!!!
Enrolment week for our Early Years setting is week beginning 25th February 2019.
For all new pupils, an online enrolment form should be completed on the Highland Council website
If your child currently attends our ELC, an update form will be sent home this week for you to check. This should be returned to the school office during enrolment week, along with the preference of hours form. We also require a current council tax bill for your residential property.
Funded Early Learning and Childcare for Session 2019/20 is available for 3 and 4 year olds within the eligibility dates below:
Eligible 4 year olds – 1 March 2015 – 29 February 2016
Eligible 3 year olds – 1 March 2016 – 31 August 2016
Eligible 3 year olds – 1 September 2016 – 31 December 2016
1 January 2017 – 28 February 2017
If your child’s birthday falls within any of these dates you must enrol during week beginning 25th February.
Just to let you know we have been able accommodate all requested tickets that have been previous asked for, for our performance tomorrow . At this point we are expecting a full house so will not be able to accommodate any further ticket requests. We will not be handing out paper tickets so please just come along for a prompt start at 2:15pm and enjoy the performance . If children have been given permission, they will be able to be dismissed from the CCC. If we have not received permission, children will return to school for around 3:15.
Bikeability is the road safety training pupils in our P6 classes receive each year. Through the one day Cycle Training Assistance (CTA) course, Cycling Scotland train volunteer parents/carers to deliver the training to pupils.
We are fortunate to currently have 2 volunteers who carry out this training with pupils, but as their children move on to secondary school this year, we lose their services.
We are now looking for new faces to step in to the breach to deliver this vital training to our pupils! (Your child does not need to be in P6 for you to volunteer!). Once CTA training is complete, the course is normally delivered to the pupils over a few weeks during school hours.
Provisional dates for volunteers to receive the one day training in the Highland area are week commencing 25th March or 1st April 2019.
If this is something you could help with, please contact the school office AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, so we can arrange for you to attend training.
Please help keep our children safe on the roads.
P3 Fascinating Class Talks
We heard some more class talks this morning. Connor told us all about longships complete with lots of pictures. Rebecca had made her own book all about Viking children. Rudi had his home made shield and sword to tell us all about weapons. Tristan had a very detailed model longship for his talk and Ollie had a life size sword for his talk on weapons. Callan shared his sword and axe to give us more information about weapons.
Well done P3 you are amazing!