Elf on the Shelf arrives in class Lewis

  • Class Whalsay couldn’t believe their eyes this morning when they arrived in class and found the Elf on the Shelf.

He had eaten some of their snacks and what a mess he had made.

Mrs McKinnon read them out the letter from Santa and then gave them a cane treasure hunt to complete around the school.

Elf joined them for snack and then Mrs McKinnon gave them a surprise for finding all the candy canes, they were to make decorate a ginger bread house.

Everyone had great fun with elf and excited that their class is now under “Elf Surveillance”.



Elf on the Shelf

Class Mull took delivery of our Elf on the shelf on Friday and had great fun entertaining him in class whilst they were under Santa Surveillance .

He took himself off on a tour of the school and he was found on the Christmas tree in the Mod.
He also had some sensory play but made a little bit of a mess and tried to get some tissues to clean up the mess!

The boys took him out on an outing and he visited the dentist with them, lots of positive praise all round.


Christmas Fair

Thank You to everyone who came to support the Christmas Fair last night, it was a great success and lovely to see all our families and friends supporting  the school to raise some valued funds.

The singing from the Community Unity choir was outstanding.

We have some unclaimed raffle prizes from the Christmas Fair last night. Please contact the school office if you have a prize to claim.

White ticket numbers 441 – 445
White 986 – 990 Jackie Tau

Christmas Fair

It’s the Isobel Mair School Christmas Fair tonight from 6:30 -8pm.

Come along and join us and buy some of the amazing crafts made by the pupils. We will also have some local businesses who be at the fair selling some of their crafts.

The Community Unity choir will also be entertaining us with some Christmas carols.

Come along and support the school and Parent Council and help us to beat last years target.christmas-fair


Elf on the Shelf at IMS

At Isobel Mair School we took delivery of  our very own elf who will put each class under elf surveillance and report back to Santa.

The elf will take part in class activities with the pupils and promote a little bit of magic into the school day.

So far the elf has joined a PE lesson, been for lunch, joined class Iona at the café and even went for a walk, watch this space for more elf stories and antics..

Each class will have a day with the elf and report back with his antics and we will update every day with photographs.

Have a look at some of the photographs below.

Paragon’s Ising Fest-Off Celebrations

You are invited  to an exciting, Christmassy, fundraising event Paragon is hosting called ‘Ising Fest-Off’ on Saturday 10th December at the CCA (see address below.)
It’ll be an afternoon of cakes, games and singing from 3:30-5pm followed by an Open Mic evening from 6pm with performances from Sense Scotland’s amazing Sensatronic-Lab, Paragon Horizons participants and anyone else who would like to get up and share something.

This is a free event for all the family to come along and enjoy. We will have some delicious cakes on offer with all proceeds going to supporting Paragon’s inclusive programmes so would really appreciate any baked goods that can be contributed to the event!

We very much hope to see you there. If you have any enquiries at all, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Charlotte Riley Gibson Programme and Communications Manager Paragon Music  CCA,
350 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow G2 3JD
0141 354 0234
0748 403 1151


Donations for Christmas Fair

pcWe are looking for donations from Parents/Carers/Friends/Family to sell on the day to raise funds for the school.

Please send in the following items to help support the
Parent Council:
BOTTLES or GIFTS for the Tombola Stall and Raffle
(These can be any food or drink bottles – alcoholic/non-alcoholic,
or any unwanted gifts or donations in good condition)

w/c 28 November HOMEBAKING (up to  morning of (1st December)

Last year we raised over £2000 much needed funds for the
school- LET’S BEAT THAT!
It is a really important fund raiser for the school so we need your support to donate, come along , buy raffle tickets and make
it a success.
Many Thanks. (IMS School & Parent Council).

Christmas Enterprise

Classes Staffa and Jura invited their parents into class for an open morning.

The families were invited to  support pupils with their Christmas enterprise crafts.

Everyone was excited but Katie was super excited that her Dad was in class helping with their Christmas enterprise crafts.

Afterwards everyone enjoyed a get together in Teenscene with coffee and mince pies.

Look out for their crafts at the Christmas Fair on Thursday 1st December.


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