Children in P1, P1/2 and P2 dressed up as superheroes to celebrate the end of Safe Strong and Free Highland Hero Week.
All of the children had a great week celebrating super and everyday heroes.
Classes spoke about what makes a hero and agreed that not all heroes wear capes!
Costumes included Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman as well as many homemade heroes.
Mr Knox even got in on the act, wearing a full kilt to show he is a true Highland Hero!
Achievements this week:
1. ‘Gold star’ handwriters are:
Ryan, Charlie, Grace, Laura, Alastair, Felix, Georgia, Amelia, Richard V., Jakub, Fraser, Richard W., Caleb, Maja, Abi and Kayla
2. ‘Gold star’ spellers are:
Ryan, Richard W., Grace, Alec, Kayla, Richard V. and Georgia
3. The Responsible Citizen certificate goes to Georgia for always trying her best, working hard and being a good listener.
A secret nomination award goes to Zuzanna for helping to teach others to tie their shoe laces. Both girls win a trip to the T-party.
We had fun making special pictures in Art.
P4 have a trip to the library next week, on Wednesday 14 at 11:30a.m. The children will be leaving school at about 11a.m. If any parents would like to come along you would be more than welcome.
Primary 7 girls attended an event at the Cameron Youth Centre to celebrate International Women’s day on Thursday 8 March.
The girls and Mrs Cameron had a great time.
Thank you to Highland Multicultural Friends group for organising the event.