May 242016
 

Strachur Remember Mrs Tato 1Many thanks to all who contributed on Friday to Mrs Tato’s memorial day. The children from Pre-5 to P5 enjoyed their pizza workshops with P6/7 (Mrs Tato loved Italy and used to stay there).




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We had delicious strawberry and banana smoothies made by the P5 girls, to fit with our Bahamas themed day – Mrs Tato loved the Bahamas and said she always wanted to go there on holiday.

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The rounders tournament went down well with ‘Glensluain’ the winning house – only to be beat by the adult team! The sun shone on us for the rounders, having been grey and wet all day. It was perfect – Mrs Tato loved to play rounders in the playground with her pupils, her favourite saying being “keep your eye on the ball!” And if you missed a shot, “hard lines”.

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Parents/carers, friends of the school and ex-members of staff spent the afternoon with us to remember Mrs Tato. We raised a fantastic £302.75, including a generous donation that was handed into school today. This will allow us to have a dedicated bench in the school playground, positioned where Mrs Tato used to like to sit and referee her class’ rounders games. We will also have a ‘literacy shield’ engraved, to be awarded to a Primary 7 pupil each June, for excellence in literacy.

Thank you for the memories Mrs Tato.

  7 Responses to “Remembering Mrs Tato at Strachur Primary”

  1. Hi Strachur
    I did not know Mrs Tato but I can tell from your words and photos that you all have really special memories of her. What a lovely way to remember!
    Mrs Keech, Rosneath Primary

  2. What a lovely way to remember a fantastic teacher. A very fitting tribute, well done to all.

  3. What a tremendous thing to do, well done to all the staff and pupils, remembering such a wonderful teacher. Such a terrific tribute to a dedicated lady.

  4. Mrs Tato was a fabulous teacher who cared so much for all the children she taught. What a wonderful way to remember her!

  5. A lovely day.

  6. I’ve known Fiona Tato since she was six. We trained together at Jordanhill college. A dedicated teacher who spoke so proudly of Strachur Primary. She would have loved the Memorial Day!

  7. Mrs.Tato was such a lovely lady and a very dedicated teacher. Well done to staff and pupils for sharing the memories…a lovely way to celebrate her life x

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