Today, UNA members worked in partnership with Forres Rotary club to plant purple crocus bulbs. This is to promote awareness of the End Polio Now campaign which Rotary support. The UNA group will work on promoting awareness within the local community.
Follow the link to hear Mrs Blair reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Use the questions to discuss the story with your child. Developing vocabulary and understanding language is vital to your child’s learning. Please read as much as you can with your child and remember to read at different times of the day not only at bed time.
May 3, 2020
by Mrs Blair
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UN working to fight COVID-19 and achieve Global Goals Read the link to find out more… https://www.un.org/en/un-coronavirus-communications-team/un-working-fight-covid-19-and-achieve-global-goals
April 10, 2020
by Mrs Blair
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P4-7 pupils at Alves PS were asked to enter Forres Rotary Clubs Young Writer competition. The theme was ‘connections’. Congratulations Marcus (P7), who won the local level entry. Unfortunately, he did not go on to win the district level however, … Continue reading
March 20, 2020
by Mrs Blair
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P1-4 pupils at Alves PS were asked to enter 3 photographs for Forres Rotary Clubs Young photographer competetion. The theme was ‘through my eyes’. Congratualtions Annabelle (P4), who has won 1st Prize in the Junior District section. The District covers … Continue reading
March 18, 2020
by Mr McLeman
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On a much more cheery note than the latest news, on Friday evening I had the pleasure of attending the Moray Young Citizen Awards with six fantastic Alves Primary School representatives from our Business Groups. We had an incredible evening, … Continue reading
All classes have ‘Article of the Month’ posters on their class learning walls to showcase how their class are meeting these goals and articles. Each class will also highlight what DYW sectors they have explored over the year.
article of the month JANUARY
Today, Christine and Anne from Forres Rotary club, dropped by to discuss our plans to support Bunono School in Uganda.
*Details for our challenge day walk. We invited Forres Rotarians to join us on the day to take photos and share our event/photos with the school on their next visit to Bunon school this May.
*Rotarians and elderly members from Forres community joining our UNA group to an afternoon of crafts. This will further build Sustainable Communitites and Good Health and Wellbeing in all age groups. Photos taken of this event will be shared along with pen pals letters the children will be writing.
*The Bunono school shoe collection and the logistics surrounding this task. Possibility of creating a collection then working with local projects to distribute shoes and taking a batch to Bunono School in May. further discussions to take place. Other ideas involved having local church members and Forres Rotarians working together with Alves Primary to crochet little dolls wearing African material. It is hope they may be taken over next year.
*Details of sanitation at the school and how we can campaign for childrens rights to be the highest standards. This is ongoing and further information from Rotarians is being gathered about Bunono Schools issues.