P6 and P7 pupils welcomed a special Visitor from the Scottish Parliament this week.
The children learned what matters are devolved in Scotland and the names of the major Scottish parties. They took part in a debate about the speed limit near schools.
Their votes will be presented to the debating chamber.
Thank you so much to everyone who came along and supported our first ‘Movie Night’. There was such a lovely atmosphere and it has certainly helped us feel more festive!
We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to David from HCVF for providing us with the most amazing screen and technology for our event, completely free of charge! Thank you to David and Gordon for coming along, setting it all up and coming back to pick it up this morning. We are very grateful! http://www.hcvf.co.uk
HCVF have been extremely kind and have offered to let us borrow the screen and equipment next week at our second showing on Wednesday 12th December.
Tickets are still available to purchase.
Tickets cost £2 (popcorn and a juice is included in the cost)
Doors open at 6.15pm. Film will begin at 6.30pm, finishing approximately 8pm.
All welcome 🙂
If you don’t have a slip just write a note with name, class and how many tickets and send into school next week, along with payment.
Thank you very much for all of your support! The P7s have now fundraised over £1000!
P7 have had a very busy few weeks back this term. They have been working hard.
This week some of our P7 pupils had the opportunity to join the Highland Multicultural Friends Groups for some cooking demonstrations. All P7 pupils will have a chance to join in with this over the next couple of weeks.
Please click on the link below to find out what we are going to be learning about this term.
Term 2 P7
We will aim to pop up a blog post on a Friday with some key highlights from our week. We completed some art for WW1 but we are keeping our pictures a secret until our sharing assembly. These will be posted on the blog next week for you to see.
P7 pupils went to deliver poppy seeds to our local businesses today. It was great to go out and meet everyone. We also spoke with businesses and told them about our residential fundraising and some businesses have been very kind and offered some raffle prizes. We would like to say a big Thank You to them!
Have a great weekend 🙂
If you wish to order school photographs please return to school by Friday 12th October.
On Friday afteroon P7 held a Bake Sale during our Playground Grand Opening.
Thank you to the pupils, families and staff who baked lots of lovely treats for our sale.
There was a great turnout and the P7 pupils were super at selling and providing customer servic.
The pupils raised an amazing £295. Thank you for purchasing our yummy treats and for your support.
After hearing about our bake sale and fundraising ideas we have received 2 very generous donations over the weekend taking our total to £350!!
What a super start to our residential trip fundraising. Thank you all and well done P7.
“We did well organising the sale in a short space of time.”
“I enjoyed helping sell.”
“It was a very successful event and we are very grateful as the money will help towards the cost of our residential trip.”
Keep an eye out for more events throughout the year 🙂
On the last day of school we would like to have a Pyjama Day/ Dress Down in the school.
A suggested £1 donation for participating in the PJ day will go towards the P7 residential trip.
We are very grateful for your continued support.
Please help us spread the word.
We are really looking forward to our Grand Opening on Friday to share our playground improvements.
Primary 7 pupils would like to do some fundraising for their residential trip in March. We would like to hold a baking stall on Friday during our open afternoon. If you are able to donate any home baking we would really appreciate it. Please drop off donations on Friday morning to the school office.
Bakes will be no more than 50p each.
We look forward to seeing you on Friday.
Please help us spread the word.