Week 6

Afternoon everyone.  What a super week of weather we have had. It has been so good to see the bairns enjoying themselves outside.  The outdoor education day yesterday couldn’t have been better.  Thanks to pupils from P5/6 and P6/7 for planting more willows.   Have you been in our ‘forest’ lately?  It is looking great!

The weeks are flying by and I can’t believe we are heading in to week 6.  The P7s all had transition visits this week and the pupils transferring to both Sandwick and the Anderson High were positive about their visits.  It is an exciting time for them.  They are a great bunch and we are going to make the most of our time left with them.

So next week!  Busy week again.  Is there any other kind?


P5/6 are all going to SJHS to practice for the Scottish Opera in the morning.  All of P7 are heading to Voxter for what looks like a very exciting outdoor day.

Tehre is a meeting for the parents of pupils going on the Loch Insh trip in the social area of Sandwick Junior High School.


We have our Learner Led event on Tuesday between 6 and 8pm.  Children invited who they would like to come and share their learning with.  We hope to see lots of you there.  Mrs Smith (PE) Ms Burr (art) and Mrs Inkster (music) will all be there too.  We have a Scholastic Book Fair on display as well as some plants for sale.


P1/2 start our day off with their class assembly where they will share their learning with family and friends.  It is a nice way for Mrs Tait to celebrate her last day in P1/2.  We would like to thank her for all her hard work.  We are delighted she is staying on in another role in the school.   I am not very good at goodbyes!


We have a meeting with the South Mainland Partnership and some of our volunteers for our History Walk at 2.30pm.  It is shaping up to be a super day on the 6th June for this walk.  I have requested a fine day for it.

Friday 25th May


1 Star (2 votes, average: 1.00 out of 1)


One thought on “Week 6”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.