A busy week for P7

P7 attend the Safe Highlanders event on Monday.  Please wear leavers hoodies and suitable shoes as many of the activities are outside.  Please also remember to take a packed lunch.

On Tuesday P7 have their next transition event which includes staying for lunch (no cost for this meal).  They have all ordered their choice in advance. They will then have experience of technology through computing and in the workshop.


P.E kits for all P6 on Monday please

All P6 pupils will need their P.E kits, outdoor trainers and water bottles on Monday 13th May.

Primary Enterprising Maths Challenge

A huge well done to our very hard working Maths Challenge trio!  They had a very busy first day back at school as they took part in this year’s Primary Enterprising Maths Challenge for a fun filled day of maths and problem solving.  The day was split into 5 parts and kicked off with The Poster Challenge.  They then completed a round the table challenge, team challenge, Head to head strategy game and finished off with a relay challenge.

Thanks to the Highland Numeracy blog for the photos.

Scottish Government Children’s Rights Cafés

Primary 6/7 ~ Miss Mullin and Mrs James

As you know, in November the school achieved Rights Respecting Schools Bronze status.  We are currently working towards Silver.  The event described below may be of interest to any of our pupils (& parents) who have a keen interest in The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC.)

The Scottish Government would like to invite you to make a reservation at one of our six Rights Cafés to work with us to design a menu of approaches to raising awareness of children’s rights across all groups of society, as set out in the Programme for Government.

At our Rights Café you will have the opportunity to design your own menu and consider the resources, programmes and training packages you have experience in using, delivering or participating in and help us identify those areas/groups you feel are not covered by existing materials.

If you’d like to get involved in…

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