We were delighted to welcome back Mr Brown this week. He is on his summer holidays from the school he works at in Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia. As well as catching up with his former pupils, on Wednesday he worked with a group who have been reading “The Unforgotten Coat” by Frank Cottrell Boyce. The book features a Mongolian refugee family. Mr Brown talked about his experiences in Mongolia and brought some artefacts for the P6s to examine. They thoroughly enjoyed their discussion.
We have lots of lovely photos ready for the wall. If possible, could remaining P7 pupils please take in a baby photo and Primary One photo tomorrow. We are also waiting on a few cross country strips. Thank you!
A big thank you to all who helped with this last night. A super time was had by all. A special thank you to Mrs Woodhouse and her S6 helpers who were fantastic last night and to Mrs Graham and her helpers for purchasing and preparing the food.
Just a quick reminder to P4, P5 and P7 pupils – they need to bring their PE kit, trainers (or football boots without metal studs,) a drink, a snack, a packed lunch and waterproofs for our trip to Ross County stadium tomorrow morning.
We will be leaving at 9.10am.
There are still 6 Primary 7s who need to return their permission slips! Please make sure you bring them with you!
If possible, could P7 pupils please take in a baby photo and Primary One photo for our memory wall. Thank you!
Mr Iain Fulton, Depute Head Teacher at Glen Urquhart High School, visited the P7s this morning. He gave each P7 an invitation to transition week. Each pupil was also given an information pack for their parents. There will also be an information evening for new S1 parents on Thursday 27th June from 7pm – 9pm. The P7s are encouraged to attend this with their parents.
The information packs can be downloaded from the high school website: GUHS P7 Transition page
Glenurquhart P7s should meet Miss Mullin at the primary school gate at 8:30am on Tuesday 25th. Miss Mullin will walk the P7s up to the high school entrance for the first morning. Thereafter, P7s will make their own way to the high school for an 8:40am start.