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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 email@example.com for more details!
The Primary 6/7 Pantomime, ‘Mission Ugly!’, can now be viewed by clicking the link below. A letter came home with P6/7 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
At the Christmas Party on Tuesday, just as we were ready for Pass The Parcel with Mrs MacLeod’s infamous forfeits, we heard the sound of Mariah Carey and took over the dancefloor. We spend Monday morning and Tuesday lunchtime rehearsing a flashmob dance with Mr Cook that we could perform on Tuesday night. It went down a storm. Check it out below:
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We had a fantastic time tonight at the P7 party. Kicking off with the Scottish Dancing, taking part in the games – including the forfeits, surprising the P7 teachers with a flashmob that we choreographed with Mr Cook yesterday, and plates of pizza and chocolate. All in all – a massive success.
Thank you to all of the parents/carers for their food donations for the party!
Last week we saw Primary 6/7 take to the stage with the pantomime which they wrote, based on the storyline of Cinderella, ‘Mission Ugly!’.
The pantomime began with a twisted storyline which saw the poor Princess Cindy (Rachael L) being tricked by her evil brother Princey (Grant N) when they were only six years old. Luckily Cindy had been ‘found’ by the Baron (Josh) and Baroness (Betsy). Not so lucky however was the fact that Cindy had to live with her two ug . . . we mean beautiful sisters – Iona (Ewan M) and Emma (Orrin) Long-bottom.
Flash forward 15 years and there is a ball for Princey’s 21st birthday. After a little help from Buttons (Griffin), Q (Ryan), and of course, the Fairy God Mother (Nina/Amy W), Cindy finally gets to the ball.
Just when Princey and Maxi-Me (Angus) think they’ve stolen the crown, a spell from the Tooth Fairy goes wrong when Button blocks it with a metal tray. The clock strikes twelve, Cindy remembers everything.
At this point, Jeremy Kyle (Mr Cook) bursts into the audience after missing the ball. After a song, he sets off to fixing the situation with a DNA test (Daniel W) and a lie-detector test (Aaron P). A sudden twist towards the end – someone has let poor Cinderella down . . .
You’ll be glad to hear that in the end Cinderella and Buttons live happily ever after . . . I don’t know if we can say the same for Princey and Maxi-Me, condemned by the King (Aaron W) and Queen (Iona B) to live with Iona and Emma forever. Mwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!
Mr Cook aims to begin editing the video over Christmas. We’ll be in touch with more details once it is available.
What a fantastic day it was today in Lochardil. We loved having boys, girls and staff dressed in their pyjamas. The Junior Leaders did a fantastic job with the Pudsey themed games, and Mr Cook was tired out after playing goal-keeper at lunchtime.
With the support of you all, we raised a massive £404.88 – a fantastic total!
Our competition winners were announced at assembly and are on the Pupil Council blog.