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The children have been hard at work with the help of Parents and Mrs Lawson to prepare for the coffee morning on Saturday. They have been making table decorations for Christmas time and hoping to get some orders to raise funds for our school. Please note there will be an opportunity to order Christmas wreaths on Saturday also.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Extra Special Coffee Morning at Inveravon Primary School 19 November 10am
Next Saturday we will be holding an extra special coffee morning. As well as tables of quality jumble, ordering for Christmas Wreaths and the usual array of delicious home bakes we will be serving excellent coffee from local suppliers Green Bridge Organics.
There will be a variety of unique blends available for the coffee aficionado, including ‘Ethiopia Bench Maji Forrest’ and Full City Peruvian decaf’- all roasted by hand in Findhorn by self-confessed coffee fan and owner Fasil Bogale.
Fasil will be on hand to serve your coffee and offer tips on how to make the perfect cup of coffee.
For the kids, don’t worry they won’t miss out, there will be plenty of hot chocolate and marshmallows.
Entry is £2.50 for adults £1.50 for kids.
Hope to see you there!
Inveravon is hosting a pollination school day. On the 10th of November, we are inviting friends and family to come to our school to help us paint weed and plant.
In a maths lessons we have measured fencing for our pollination area and designed it, we are adding an arch and we will make a path to walk round it.
Today we have voted for a paint design we had one block each used blocks and placed them on the one we wanted and have priced it up .
written by Rowan P6
Tim Rogers came to our school this week to talk about the ‘School Web Site’.
We decided on what pages we needed then we split in to groups, each group had a different page to do. Then each group went through the pictures from this term and wrote down the number of the picture on a post-it and then put the post it on a paper copy of our pages first so we could see what it would look like.