Daily Archives: 10/12/2021

Friday Update

Happy Friday everyone! We finish another positive, busy week at Central School. 

Central Two Centuries

Our children have worked hard this term with the Eden Court team who have prepared a projection film this term.  We had hoped this could be projected onto our building on 21st December however we have to postpone this for the moment.  Although disappointed, we are looking forward to when we can showcase the children’s work and replications of previous school days.

Staffing

I am delighted to let you know that Miss Macdonald, Miss Morrison and Mrs MacLennan will remain with us at Central School until the summer holidays.  We look forward to Ms Mahon joining our team as PSA until the summer holidays.

Kiddical Mass

Inverness Kiddical Mass is a child-centred version of critical mass; big group ride for all ages around the city to showcase how much fun cycling is, and the need for more safe infrastructure. These events will be happening on the 1st Saturday of every month starting at Bellfield Park at 13:30 and finishing with a meet up in Whin Park.  http://www.kidicalmassnorth.co.uk/

Christmas Parties

Each individual class are having a Christmas Party next week. The dates are as follows:

Monday 13th December – P5/6

Tuesday 14th December – P2

Wednesday 15th December – P7

Thursday 16th December – P3

Friday 17th December – P6 morning, P4 afternoon, P1 afternoon

Monday, 20th December – Nursery

Christmas Lunch

16th December will be the school Christmas lunch. Pupils are welcome to wear something festive if they wish.  The children can continue to wear their festive jumpers until the end of term.

School Home Partnership Learning

Winter in your Garden

Talk about what happens during the season of winter, eg. bare branches, no sign yet of animals who are still hibernating, the weather is get colder.

What signs of winter do you see/feel/hear?

Winter Messy Play idea

What you need:

• Shaving foam

• Cornflour

What to do:

  1. Combine equal parts shaving foam and cornflour in a bowl and mix with your hands.
  2. This will form a biscuit type dough.
  3. The more you mix it the finer your snow! This can be combined to make snowballs.

Have a lovely, restful weekend.

Mrs Fraser

Please find attached some photos of learning from Seesaw this week.