Category Archives: All Classes

Sports Day

We are looking forward to Sports Day tomorrow.

It will begin at 1pm at the Northern Meeting Park, we hope you can join.

The children should come to school in their sports day outfit.

The weather forecast is looking lovely for tomorrow. The Northern Meeting Park is a big open space with no shade. Please remember to bring hats and sun cream.

We would appreciate it if you could help us spread the word.







P1/2 and P6 Islands trip

On Wednesday the 30th May P1/2 and P6 will be visiting the Islands to identify local trees, finishing with a visit to Whin Park.

Please bring a packed lunch to School that day.  If you require a packed lunch from the canteen please let us know by Monday 28th.

Let’s hope the sun shines!


National Polish Heritage

Thank you to Ms Traill, Mrs Guzowska, pupils and parent volunteers for running a great morning to celebrate National Heritage Polish Day on Monday.

It was a great morning with lots of food tasting, learning vocabulary and listening to ‘The Hungry Caterpillar’ in Polish by Mrs Gut. The Primary 6 class also presented an assembly.

Thank you to all involved, there was a great atmosphere throughout the school and the children thoroughly enjoyed this.

Primary 1 Homework: 15th May 2018

READING: Remember to read your book regularly. Take your reading book to school every day.

LIBRARY BOOK: Return your library book every Monday so it can be exchanged for another one.

MATHS: Draw 4 clock faces. Add the hour and minute hands to make a Time (either on the hour or half past). Write the time in analogue and digital beside each clock face e.g. 3 o’clock and 03:00 or half past 10 and 10:30.

HEALTHY LIFESTYLES: Practise your words and song for our P1 Assembly.
SEASHORE: Put the following Seashore words into alphabetical order: e.g. flip flops, swimming, waves, lobster, would be…….flip flops, lobster, swimming, waves. Pupils can use this alphabet list to help them.
Aa, Bb, Cc, Dd, Ee, Ff, Gg, Hh, Ii, Jj, Kk, Ll, Mm, Nn, Oo, Pp, Qq, Rr, Ss, Tt, Uu, Vv, Ww, Xx, Yy, Zz
1. rocks, sand, water, fish
2. prawn, bucket, spade, crab
3. seaweed, limpet, boat, tide
4. beach, whale, dolphin, scallop
ROYAL WEDDING: Find out one fact about the Royal Wedding due to take place on Saturday 19th May 2018. Remember your fact so that you can share it with the other pupils in your class. We will be joining the Nursery this Friday for some Pre Wedding celebrations and fact finding.

SPELLING: Activity 1- Spelling List 12
rub, man, vet, cut, pan, fat, map, rip, rob, pin
Write each word in your spelling jotter 3 times.
1st time – LOOK at the word as you write it.
2nd time – COVER the word and have a go at spelling it. Check it! Is it right?
3rd time – HAVE ANOTHER GO at writing each word as neatly and as correctly as you can.
Activity 2 – Keep practicing the Bronze or Silver words…. whichever one’s you are on.
Extension: Have a go at writing sentences using your spelling words – remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
Celebrating Success: Star Pupil of the week: Hollie – Well done!
Star Writers: Michal, Rhona, Daniels, Dakota, Summer, Hamish M., Hamish C. and Abbie. Keep up the super effort!
Baillie Cup: Training this week for: Hamish M., Harry, Eliza, Lois and Wessal on Friday between 2.45 & 3.45 pm in the Northern Meeting Park.
Dates for your diaries:
• Health Week – 21st – 25th May/P1 Health and Wellbeing Assembly – Monday 21st May
• Sponsored Walk – Tuesday 22nd May
• Sports Day – Friday 25th May
• In-service day – Monday 4th June
• School Picnic Lunch Day – Wednesday 6th June
• Baillie Cup – Saturday 9th June
• P1 & P1/2 Rosemarkie Beach Trip – Monday 18th June
• P1/P7 Buddies Trip to Whin Park – Friday 22nd June
• Whole School Trip to Landmark – Tuesday 26th June
• Meet your new teacher day – Wednesday 27th June
• Summer Holiday start – Friday 29th June 12 noon.
• Pupils return to school – 21st August 2018

P3 Opera Trip

P3 will be going to Inverness Leisure on Wednesday this week for an “opera factory” run by Scottish Opera.

We are all looking forward to the trip!

Polish Heritage Day

Polish Heritage Day

We will be celebrating Polish Heritage Day on Monday (14th May).

All parents are invited to attend our open morning in the gym hall from 9.30am until 11.00am.

Any Polish baked goods can be dropped off at 9am. Food must be clearly labelled if it contains nuts, wheat or egg. It would also be useful to know if any products containing meat are Halal.

The timetable for the day is as follows:
9.30 – Infants arrive and look round stalls
9.40 – Polish singing
9.50 – Mrs Gut reading Hungry Caterpillar for the infants in polish
10.00 – Polish assembly by P6 – story and poem
10.30 – Chance to go round the stalls and taste some Polish food and learn some Polish words.

Dzień Polski!

Dzień Polski będzie obchodzony w poniedziałek, 14 maja w godzinach od 9.00-11.00. Jeśli chcieliby Państwo przynieść polskie potrawy, to proszę dostarczyć je do sali gimnastycznej o godz. 9.00. Żywność musi być oznakowana-czy zawiera orzechy, pszenicę, jajka oraz czy mięso jest Halal.

Harmonogram uroczystości:
9.40 – Śpiewanie polskich piosenek
9:50 – Czytanie książki pt. ‘’Bardzo głodna gąsienica’’ przez Panią Gut
10.00 – Apel poświęcony II wojnie światowej
10.30 – Prezentacja stoisk- nauka polskich słówek, zabawy paluszkowe, polskie książki i produkty.

Cricket Assembly

This morning Neil Cameron came from Cricket Scotland to share information about All Stars Cricket Programme. The children really enjoyed the assembly finding out about cricket. Some of the staff were asked to take part in some challenges too. What a great way to start the week!

The All Stars programme is for 5-8 year olds and starts 15th May. You can visit the website at to find out more.

Our P6 class are going to be given cricket taster sessions this term from the All Stars Cricket Community Coach.