Non Uniform Day & Bake Sale

IMG_3734The members of our football team and their parents organised a non-uniform day and bake sale today to raise money for their football trip to the mainland next month. They are still busy selling baking at lunch-time today so we’ll be able to announce a grand total of funds raised on Monday.

The team are photographed here just before opening their stall this morning. Thank you very much to all the parents who donated baking and to all the families across the school who sent in money for the non-uniform day and the baking.

 

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There were some pupils today who chose to dress up rather than down for our non-uniform day!

Non Uniform Day – Friday 28th February

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWe will be holding a non-uniform day on Friday 28th February to help raise funds for our football team to travel to Dundee to compete in the North Finals of the Scottish Soccer Sevens Championship. We would like to ask that any pupils coming in to school without uniform on that day make a donation to the trip fund. In addition to the non-uniform day, we hope to have a bake stall operating.

 SSFASgoil a’ Bhac will be representing the Western Isles in this competition and will be playing against teams from Inverness, Aberdeen, Perth, Dundee and Skye. The finals will be held at Dundee University on Thursday 20th March. It’s a major achievement for our team to have qualified for this stage of the competition and we want to support them by helping with fundraising for some of the costs.

School Trip

We are starting to get very excited about our school trip in June.  This week we got to vote to decide what six activities we will do while we are there.  There were lots of different options so now we just have to wait to see if we managed to get our top choices! 

EP7 are organising a film afternoon to raise funds for the trip.  We are currently doing some market research to help us finalise the details.  GP7 will also be helping us out on the day to organise everything.  They hope to organise another fundraising activity in April.

Pupil Profiles

This week we sent home our pupil profiles to parents.  This showed a selection of our work in maths and language over the last three months.  It gave us a chance to talk to our parents about what things we enjoy and what things we need to work on in both areas.  We hope that all the parents enjoyed seeing them and reading the comments!  We will be adding more to them and sending them home again at the start of June.  This time we will be selecting our own favourite pieces of work, in all areas of the curriculum, for inclusion in our profiles.