Our next Coffee and Chat will take place on Thursday 9th May from
10 -11am. We look forward to seeing you.
Our Easter service will take place on Tuesday 16th April at Isobel Mair school for pupils only.
Reminder that school will close at 2:30pm on Friday for Spring break, no afterschool.
Tomorrow @gerricamphotos will be in school to start taking pupil photos. Please remember to wear school uniform
On Thursday we are supporting “Lots Of Socks” for Down’s Syndrome Awareness Week!
Rock your socks by wearing different, colourful, odd or funky socks and bring £1 donation. #WDSD2019 #lotsofscocks
As part of our Rights Respecting School Award we are looking at different areas across the school.
The Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) Improvement Group have recently launched our school wide Right of the Week project. The aim of the project is to ensure all stakeholders within the school are familiar with the Rights of the Child. As we work towards our Bronze and Silver Awards, we are promoting participation from everyone in the school.
The Right of the Week this week is
“The Right to have a Clean Environment”
Pupils have been working hard helping to look after their environment in school, outside and at home.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears by class Orkney and friends.
Class Orkney made this video to celebrate World Book Day and invited a few friends to help them out. Who can you spot?
Class Sanda made this video as part of their literacy topic and to coincide with #WorldBookDay2019
Click here to watch Oliver’s Vegetables
SPRED Family Mass at St Joseph’s Church on Sunday 24th March.
Click below for more details.
Time to get Signing and Singing
Get ready for Comic Relief: Red Nose Day on Friday with @singinghands Download free Makaton symbols & signs from @MakatonCharity to help sing & sign along to the Red Nose Day school song for Comic Relief 2019, Put A Nose On It! by Out Of The Ark Music 🎶
Good luck to our former pupil and sports champion, Amy who is a member of the rhythmic gymnastics team competing at the Special Olympics. Good luck from everyone at IMS.
"I love all the things I do in my routines" says Amy Clark, a rhythmic gymnast who will be competing at the Special Olympics in a few weeks time.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) March 3, 2019
After School Dance Club will recommence next week for P5 – S3 pupils.