Primary 3 and Primary 5 both had a great day visiting Culloden Battlefield.
The trip really brought our learning in the class to life, and the children learned lots of interesting facts about the Jacobites and Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Primary 5 learned about some of the people who lived at the time, while Primary3 worked on storytelling with our fantastic guides.
Check back next week for some photos from our trip!
On Monday P6 will be out delivering letters to the community in the afternoon.
A huge thank you to our #LitterHeroes for keeping our playground tidy.
Together we can make a difference to our environment.
All of our classes enjoyed taking part in activities using scooters as part of our Big Cycle challenge.
Check out these pictures of P1 having fun with scooters!
On Friday we will be hosting the first road closure in Inverness as a part of the Sustrans ‘School Streets initiative. It is aimed at encouraging active travel in the area, providing a safe space for school pupils and the local community to come together to celebrate being active!
The children are going to take part in a variety of activities (scooting; cycling; drawing; making smoothies and using playground equipment). Iain Thompson, iBike Officer, is going to run a Dr Bike session. Dr Bike will be able pump up tires, check brakes and do simple repairs for FREE. He will also let you know if more major work is needed, helping you get back on two wheels.
The pupils will join the event at 9:30am till 3pm. All parents and neighbours are welcome! The children could bring their own bikes and scooters.
9:30 – 10:30 Nursery children, P4 and P2/3
10:45 – 12:30 P6, P1/2 and P1
13:15 – 15:00 nursery, P5 and P3, some classes will come for their reward time.
We are sorry but Judo is cancelled today WEDNESDAY 27TH MARCH.
Primary 7 pupils are having a super time so far on their residential trip. Yesterday we met our new clans and lots of us went for a jog and a dip in the Loch. After dinner we had some night time challenges that helped us build communication between our clans.
Lots of different activities have been taking place today such as cave exploring and conservation on Rhu Beach, canoeing, rock scrambling and hill walking and lots more. There will be another night time challenge this evening.
Unfortunately we won’t be able to upload pictures until we are back on Friday.
The children are having a great time, all pupils have been mixing and making new friends.