Please see all the Christmas fun we have planned in December.
I think you will agree that Steve Birrell has done an outstanding job taking these photos!
He donated his time to make the box ready, take all the photos and edit them into these wonderful, cheery class photos. I love them!
We will edit the 2/3 one to make sure it says P2/3, not just P3.
Details on how to order will follow soon.
This year’s Junior Road Safety Officers are Hannah, Ava, Anders and Magnus.
This year I’m hoping to be a good example for the younger ones. Anders.
This year I am looking forward to learning more about road safety. Magnus.
I’m looking forward to communicating with you all over glow. Hannah.
I’m looking forward to working together in a group and seeing the ideas we will come up with. Ava
Our team got straight to work counting out how many reflectors were needed for each Primary class. They will be quarantined until next week before being given out. We hope they help to keep you safe on the darker nights!
Look out for more JRSO posts in the future!
SMUHA is fast approaching and plans are afoot for another wonderful SMUHA week! Once plans are finalised later this week for Monday to Thursday we will share the timetable. We would love for friends and family to come in and join us for some of the activities.
SMUHA DAY – All Welcome
9.15: Muster in playground
9.30: Procession led by P7 Jarl Squad
10.00: Burning at Boddam Playing Field
11.00: Teas, coffees, cakes and biscuits for sale in school. A chance to buy some SMUHA Enterprise produce.
11.30: Squad Acts in hall
2.00: Jarl Squad arrives in school
Please join us if you can. Best day of the school year!
We have had a great festive term here at Dunrossness.
The Carol Concert was fantastic, the classes all sang beautifully. The mulled apple juice and mince pies were a hit too.
Thank you once again for your support for our fundraising efforts.
Pupil Christmas Cards – £273
Donations at Carol Concert – £124.76
Christmas Card Deliveries – £350.20
In addition to this we also donated £109.64 to Save the Children for our Christmas Jumper Day.
Wishing you all a lovely festive break and look forward to seeing you all next year!
Good morning everyone and welcome back.
I hope you have had a lovely, restful break.
It is lovely to see everyone coming in this morning, sharing news and looking happy to see their friends.
They had been doing some fundraising in the holidays and have bought the school some resources to support pupils with dyslexia! What a super way to start a term. We really do have the best school community.
Michelle is also volunteering each Wednesday to help us with our school library.
The Community Council launched a competition before the summer asking the children to come up with designs to make the bins at our beaches stand out. You can see the winning pictures below. Each of the winners received a book token.
We all hope that making the bins more attractive will encourage people to be responsible and put all their rubbish in the bin.
Today in assembly we have revamped our school rules. We used to have 8 rules and none of us could remember what they were! I even had to count them.
When we looked at our rules they all fell under these 3 words:
READY RESPECTED SAFE
These will be our new rules – we can all remember them and know what they mean.
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