We wanted to share our news about our new friend!
Rosie is smart. Rosie came to our school at lunchtime. We think she is a Black Grouse.
First, she came across the football pitch. Then she jumped on the gate. After that she came and lined up with us. We hope she will come back tomorrow.
by Max P3 Kilchrenan Primary School
Take a look at the recent edition of the Argyll & Bute 1+2 Languages Newsletter. This latest edition is full of useful information for practitioners. You can learn about all the resources for teaching languages which are available within the authority. You can also find out who can provide training and support for teaching languages.
Please click here to see the 1+2 Newsletter
S4 pupil Lorna Unkles achieved the amazing feat of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro over the October break. The ascent of just under 6000m took 8 days, with the climb to the summit being completed in a gruelling 15 hours. Accompanied by her dad, Lorna took on the challenge to raise funds for Breast Cancer Care and has so far accumulated the magnificent total of £4,500.00 with contributions still being accepted through her JustGiving page.
Continue reading for lots more news…………………… Continue reading LOCHGILPHEAD JOINT CAMPUS….Latest News!!!
Members of the Quality Improvement Team recently made presentations to Councillors at the four Local Area Committees. They spoke about 3-12 teaching and learning in our schools, backed up by a report featuring news from each primary in their area. You can download the reports below and enjoy the examples of CfE, community involvement, eco-learning, partnership working etc. Continue reading Argyll and Bute 3-12 Learning and Teaching Features
Luing’s third green flag proudly hoisted.
Over the past two years all the pupils of Luing Primary have been working very hard towards their third green flag. They investigated the subjects: – waste minimisation, litter and water.
Continue reading Third Green Flag for Luing
As part of our Human Rights work with Amnesty Ireland and BEMIS, the children of Luing produced the Fairtrade newsletter for Oban, Lorn and the Isles. They also volunteered to distribute information and promote Fairtrade products and Human Rights at a stall in TESCO Oban.
Continue reading Luing Pupils challenge shoppers on Human Rights and Fairtrade
Please find attached the latest copy of the STEM North of Scotland newsletter for schools, with news, articles and features on STEM activities and events your school can get involved with. You can also catch up with all the latest news on the STEM website.
STEM Newsletter August 2012