Senior pupils have been busy making cakes for the Red Nose Day cake sale tomorrow.
Remember to bring money to buy some of the delicious home baking to raise funds for a very worthy cause.
Thank you to Marc’s aunt who very kindly made and donated this delicious Red Nose Day cake to be raffled. Tickets available from the school office at £1 per strip.
Thank you to all the staff and parents for their cake donations to be sold by the senior pupils as part of the Red Nose Day activities.
Staff from classes Staff, Jura and Tiree made a video for their class as part of World Book Day.
This was a surprise for the pupils and they premiered it at the World Book Day assembly.
Have a look at the video
Students from classes Unst and Fetlar came to IMS on Tuesday to sell Red Noses as part of their fundraising enterprise for Red Nose Day.
They will be back selling the noses on Friday if you would like to buy one.
Watch their short video telling everyone how many red noses they have sold so far.
Pupils from Class Yell shopped today for ingredients to make cakes for their Red Nose Day Bake Sale.
When the store managers learned why they were shopping, they kindly agreed to donate some cakes for the sale – thank you to Laura at Waitrose, Kim at Sainsbury’s and Jacqui at Morrison’s.
Please remember to send your child in with money on
Friday so they can buy some of these delicious cakes and support Red Nose Day.
Congratulations to Rachel S5, who has now gained her 4st 2Ib weight loss certificate.
You are inspirational and we are so proud of you.
Have a look at some before and after pictures of Rachel. ( requested by Rachel herself )
Remember to bring £1 and wear odd, colourful or lots of socks for lots of socks campaign for Down’s Syndrome awareness day on Tuesday 21st March
We have just published the March edition of the IMS newsletter. Click on the link to read all about what’s been happening around the school and upcoming events.
Our next communication club will take place on Thursday 16th March 6:15 – 8:15pm.
We hope you can make it along.
Spring Cycling Festival Saturday 18 March at Rouken Glen Park next to the Walled Garden.
Save the date for our Mela Film festival coming up, to showcase some of the work classes have been involved in this term.
Invites will be sent out to parents and invited guests.
Bring £1 to school and support our very own Special Olympian, Amy and wear your pyjamas to school.
Friday 31st March
Class Lewis made some Hamantaschen for Purim. They gave a sample to Mrs Clark, it was delicious.
Fantastic collaboration between Woodfarm High School and IMS last night.
Many thanks to Mrs McGeady and Niss Briggs for our Bollywood dance tuition.
William, one of our senior pupils had a great time on the set of @itvcorrie Coronation Street.
Thank you for making him so welcome, and what a great experience.
Senior pupils rehearsing for Bollywood dance as part of the Woodfarm High school’s dance showcase at Eastwood Theater this evening, 7:00PM
Engage with Strathclyde: Autism – Partnerships with Families.
ASD, Autism, Aspergers Syndrome workshops in Glasgow Thursday 16th March.
Specific times and booking information available on flyer
Apologies we will have to postpone the AAC club tonight we are rescheduling for next Thursday @ 6.30 16th March all welcome !
Our next communication club will take place Thursday 9th March at 6:30pm
We look forward to seeing you.
National 1 students have been working with Miss Gallacher, learning how to read and follow a map in the local community.
This will be very useful if they undertake their Duke of Edinburgh Award.