21.12.20 Statement from Don Esson
As you know, the First Minister announced at the weekend that there will be some changes to the way schools return after the Christmas break. Tomorrow (Tuesday 22 December) a letter will be issued to all parents and carers of children and young people in Highland schools to give you the key information about this. Please do not contact the school today about the new arrangements, to allow School leaders and staff to focus on planning for the new term.
Christmas Hamper Raffles
If you would like to be entered into a draw for one of these amazing hampers, please get in touch with Leona on firstname.lastname@example.org, the lucky winners will be drawn on Thursday 17th Dec. Good luck.
Please get in touch if you would like to be entered into our iPad Raffle. Email Leona on email@example.com or call the school on 01470 521307 for more info.
Some of our students artwork was chosen by Mrs MacVicar, to be sent to the National Galleries of Scotland competition, don’t they look fantastic?
FOREST SCHOOLS W/C 26.10.20
The Children have started a 5 week block of Forest schools, which they have all really enjoyed, despite the inclement weather. Pictures to follow soon.
We enjoyed a wonderful whole school and nursery trip to Dunvegan Castle and woods this week, what a fantastic place just on our doorstep.
Anyone looking for something to do over the holidays?
To register your child please send their Name, age, school, emergency contact and any relevant medical issues to firstname.lastname@example.org
We took part in the Ness Book Fest on Friday 2nd October, where we had all of our school children reading for 20 minutes. There were 14,200 pupils reading simultaneously across Scotland, more than doubling last years number.
Miss MacKenzie’s P4-7 class were doing an experiment to see if yeast could blow up a balloon. Here are some of her results.
Police Visit 24th September
Some of our nursery out for a walk down by the river, having a great time.