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Unfortunately, due to heavy rain over night we have had to cancel Sports Day today.
We have rescheduled for Monday 16th June 2014. Due to work scheduled to begin on our pitch next week, our Sports Day will take place on the grassed area between Morven Road and Dornie Place (behind our school field).
We thank the local residents for agreeing the use of this space to support a vital opportunity for our children.
Tomorrow is our Sports Day. We’re hoping you all do the weather dance tonight – fingers crossed for sunshine tomorrow.
Come with a bottle of water, and wear the colour of top which represents your house (if you have).
Ashie – Yellow
Broom – Blue
Duntelchaig – Green
Ruthven – Red
P1 – P3 Sports @ 10am
P4 – P7 Sports @ 1pm
Our 50th Anniversary plans are well under way.
Could you assist by – helping organise one of the events, sponsoring one of our events or assisting with the set-up of the events during the week beginning 25th August 2014?
We’d love to hear from you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details!
Our next topic is called “From Farm to Fork” We will be visiting Tesco Ness-side at the beginning of June for some activities (more information to follow!)
We plan to find out-
What do we grow in Scotland?
How do we harvest our crops?
How does food get to the shops?
Which animals give us food?
If you have any information to offer then please let P3 know!
We are already thinking about what it will be like to be a P4 next year. We thought up questions to ask our group of P4 visitors. It was very interesting to find out what it is like to be in P4. A big thank you to Jessica, Niamh, Ewan and Stephen for taking the time to talk to us. Next week we will be visiting P4 to do some reading activities – sounds like good fun!
We have a busy term ahead. We are doing a mini-topic on Toys from 50 years ago to fit in with the anniversary of the school opening. We are going to the Museum of Childhood in Strathpeffer on Wednesday 14th May to look at some of the old toys. Our main topic for the term is called “From Farm to Fork” and we will be letting you know more details about this in a couple of weeks.
We are going to be building a Time Machine in our classroom. Any ideas or suggestions then please let P3M know!
P3M will be holding a Viking Exhibition on Tuesday 18th March from 2.15-2.40. Invites have already gone home with all the details.
See our Viking longship “Dragon of the Sea” and examine some of the artefacts we have made.
You will be greeted by the Vikings of P3M when you arrive. Please be prepared!
The Nursery – P3 Nativity, ‘Hew Ewe!’, can now be viewed by clicking the links below. A letter came home with Nursery – P3 children today, informing them of the password for the video. If you would like to view the video, and do not have the password, please contact email@example.com.
Due to copyright law, unfortunately we will not be able to produce copies of this in DVD format.
Following our Pupil Progress Updates this week, click the link below to answer a few questions about the experience.
The anonymous survey will be open for comment until Monday 10th February 2014
Thank you for taking time to complete to provide us with your valued feedback.
We are going to be finding out all about the Vikings this term.
We will be trying to find out- Where the Vikings came from? What was Viking life like? What did the Vikings do? What were Viking ships like?
If you have any information to share then please let us know. We are planning on having our own Viking exhibition later in the term to share all we have found out!
We will be finding out about Feelings and Friendships this term and reading “James and the Giant Peach” by Roald Dahl.
We will try to find out-
Who to ask for help in different situations?
Know how our feelings change as we grow
Find out ways we can help others in need.
What happens to the homeless or those without food in Inverness?
If you have anything to offer then please let us know
Yesterday we had visitors from Scottish Hydro Electricity in our class to speak to us about solar power. It was really interesting. Everyone was given a wind turbine model to make at home!