Class Lewis

Class Lewis had a very busy Monday morning working in small groups during their Maths & Numeracy and Literacy targets.

Zain and Joey  worked independently using Education City.

Great work everyone.





Remember to take part in I am Team GB tomorrow.

On Saturday 27 August, we’re teaming up with our returning lottery-funded Olympic heroes to create the nation’s biggest ever sports day, I Am Team GB – and you’re invited!

Brought to you by The National Lottery and ITV, there will be lots of great ways to get involved, including thousands of fun, free events across the country.

Say you’re in today – and see what’s happening near you!

PE with Mr Holmes

Some of our senior pupils have been working with Mr Holmes during their weekly PE sessions.

This term they are focusing on the skills required for football and hockey.

Everyone working really hard, listening to instructions and following the drills.

Brogan said they were working on their skills for the next friendly football match with Kersland School.


Sensory Art

Class Arran have been making handprints during their sensory art activity.

They were encouraged to select their own colour, explore the smell and texture of the paint.  Peter then followed instructions on how to make his hand print.

The best part was when the glitter tub was introduced and the pupils were able to experiment where to place it. Not all of it went on the hand prints though!


Self Assessment

Self assessment time in class Shetland.

Class Shetland  worked hard today and  Mrs McConnell is rewarding them with  happy faces for good work.

One of our new P1 pupils  was singing the happy face song to Jake, which he loved!

Once they put up their happy face, they have to count how many they have.


Education Committee

Some of our senior pupils, including our Head Boy Marc
Wilson attended the Education Committee meeting this morning
to talk about their recent visit to Lochgoilhead for the annual
“Make your Dreams Come True weekend”.

Miss Scrimgeour introduced all the pupils, including Zara and
Zohaib from Woodfarm school and gave a brief overview of the
weekend and then supported the young people with their answers.

Stewart talked about how he took part in the very first
Duke of Edinburgh bronze award.
Hiking and an overnight stay in a tent were some of the activities
he talked about.

Marc explained how we took a group of students from class Arran and how they loved the water activities on the boat.

Zain used his AAC  device to ask if he can go back to Lochgoilhead next year. He was so pleased with himself.



Let’s get busy at IMS

The first week at IMS is almost complete with everyone excited and keen to learn and as Stuart said “up for the challenge”.

All our new entrants have been very busy , settling into
class routines, meeting new friends, welcome assembly and host a class this afternoon.

Have a look at some of the fun things that have taken place this week.

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