28 schools from across Highland Council, and with representation from all four areas of Highland, came together to take part in the SEET Euroquiz competition that is open to P6 pupils across Scotland.
The Central Primary Team had a geography round, a languages round, a round on ‘Understanding Europe’ and a final round on History, culture, sport and general knowledge.
Well done P6!!!!
Unfortunately Mrs McMillan is unwell today. Mrs Gibson, who knows the children, will be covering the class today.
If you have a parents evening appointment for tonight, Thursday 15th March, this will be rearranged when Mrs McMillan is back.
Thank you for your understanding.
The Central Team
Creative Writing Club will be cancelled on Tuesday 13th of March due to parents evening. The last session will take place on 20th of March.
It will restart after the holidays on Tuesday 1st May.
As part of their learning about Health and Wellbeing, P3 spoke about what flowers need to grow.
We then made our own “everyday” and “sometimes” food flowers to show what we eat to help us grow.
We agreed that some flowers would help us to grow if we eat them often, but some should only be eaten occasionally.
Do you think the flowers in the picture were “everyday” or “sometimes” flowers?
PS. Thank you to all parents who donated wrappers and packaging for us to use.
P3 will be visiting the library at 9.30am on Wednesday morning next week where we will be hearing stories from children’s author Linda Strachan.
We welcomed a special guest to the school assembly today, as local councillor Bill Boyd joined us to hear about all of our achievements.
After handing out stickers Mr Boyd decided to join the tea party to celebrate with our certificate winners from this week!
Thank you to all parents who have completed our parental involvement questionnaire.
It is important we get as many responses as possible to gain an insight into your thoughts on parental involvement.
If you would like to pick up a copy or need any help filling in the form, please visit the school office.
Tomorrow is the last day of the Scholastic Book Fair in school.
If your child is interested in buying a book they should bring money tomorrow.
If parents wish to visit the fair, they will be able to accompany their child to the community room from 2.30-3.15pm tomorrow.