Good morning everyone. What a lovely day. It feels like spring has sprung!
This week we have lots on!
Generation Science are here this very minute working with P4/5 on Roboconstructors. Looks like it is going very well.
Harry Rose is working in P6/7 this morning and P4/5 this afternoon, supporting their topic work.
Mrs Graydon is holding a Bookbug session in the library this morning and she will be in nursery at 10am tomorrow for another one.
I go away on Tuesday to a meeting in Inverness to discuss the Early Learning and Childcare expansion.
On Wednesday we have a Celebration Assembly. Please remember to encourage your child(ren) to bring in any celebrations from home. We love to hear about their efforts and achievements out with school too.
The P6s will be taking their nursery buddies into the playground for part of playtime on Wednesday. It is great for the pre-school children to get to know someone from the school to help them with their transition.
We also have a visit from Kirsten Mann from Nurture Network Scotland. We look forward to welcoming her and showing her around our nurturing school.
P7 have their first taster session in Sandwick Junior High School on Wednesday morning. Very exciting term ahead for them! As part of their John Muir award we are taking the to Michael’s Wood to help with some maintenance on this amazing site. I think we will have time for a play too!
Mrs V Inkster is away on Thursday afternoon and Friday on EIS union business and Mrs L Tait will cover her class.
Mrs Moar is planning a class Voar Redd up this week. She will be looking for parent helpers. An e-mail will follow.
We are interviewing for the post of supervisory assistant on Friday afternoon. We have recruited to Mrs Casey’s Learning Support Assistant Post but we will have to wait for all the necessary checks before we can share the successful applicant with you.
Those are all the things we know about this week!
Have a good week everyone,