Hope the holidays are going well! Just a reminder to bring in your donations for the Shoebox Appeal – even the smallest donation will make a huge difference! Together Everyone Achieves More.
Primary 5 and 6 have been busy this term making pompoms during Golden Time. Over 40 children have volunteered to take part in this activity over the past 5 weeks.
They were making pompoms to help create flags for the Loch Ness Knitfest which celebrates different countries. Meg is a local librarian who has helped organise the workshops alongside Brenda from Loch Ness Knitfest. We were asked to make the Scotland flag out of blue and white pompoms. This will be displayed in the Ice Centre where the Knitfest takes place this month.
Many thanks to Meg and Brenda for all their help and advice on pompom making! The pupils thoroughly enjoyed themselves. 🙂
Today we had a photographer who took a photograph of 2 representatives from each of the P5 and P6 classes who had been involved in the workshops. Keep an eye out for our photo in the Inverness Courier and also the Highland News over the next few weeks.
Please read letter from Head of Education in regards to holidays taken outwith the normal school holiday period.
We have teamed up with the Rotary Club to take part in the Shoebox Appeal to provide gifts for people in Eastern Europe.
“The gift of a shoebox that contains toys, toiletries, educational items or household goods is a drop of happiness to the people of Eastern Europe who live in a world of poverty. For many, it will be the first present that they have ever received and it lets them know that somebody, somewhere cares. “
Rotary Club Newsletter
We hope that by supporting the campaign the children can learn about Global Citizenship and Children’s Rights by helping real families who are in unfortunate circumstances.
We would like you to donate a small item to help fill a shoebox in your child’s class. Each class is collecting items as follows:
|P1||Boys and Girls|
|P2||Boys and Girls|
Our deadline is Friday 27th October 2017. Thank you for your support.
More information can be found here.
A list of suggested items can be found here SB-Box-contents2
Inshes PS September newsletter now posted here and under newsletter page!
Remember school closing normal time Friday 6th October and will re-open Monday 23rd October. Have a lovely holiday when it arrives!
Remember to come along to Inshes Parent Council AGM on Tuesday 3rd October ’17, 7.30pm. We are looking for new members to join- All parents/Cares welcome to attend!
Welcome to our parent- teacher meetings Tuesday 26th and Thursday 28th September! Remember the book fayre is in school and books can be purchased on both dates.
Looking for something fun and rewarding for the kids to do during the October holidays? Look no further than Feis a’ Bhaile, a jam packed week of music and activities for kids aged 8 and over held at Millburn Academy during the second week of the school holidays. No previous musical experience is necessary. The Feis gives complete beginners and more advanced players alike the opportunity to try new instruments, gain new skills and develop existing ones, play with others and learn from a fantastic array of Tutors including Lauren MacColl, Ali Turner and Brigade Chaimbeul. Instruments include fiddle, whistle, bagpipes, drumming, guitar, accordion, keyboard, mandolin and singing. There’s also art, drama and shinty and a final concert to show off all the new skills that have been made.
When: Monday 16th – Friday 20th October 9.30am – 4pm every day
Where: Millburn Academy, Inverness
Cost: £85 for one child and £80 for siblings
For more information and to book please see the Feis a’ Bhaile website or Facebook page or contact Rachel on 07763 144453 or email@example.com
Preview our whole school photo! Order forms (paper) will be handed out ASAP. Follow link, type in Inshes and use password 490061
We have had another super busy week!! The school is closed to all pupils on Monday 18th and Tuesday the 19th of September next week hope you all have a great long weekend.
In PE this week we have being working on our basketball and hockey skills. Rhoridh was our class STAR PUPIL for his fantastic team skills and sportsmanship qualities.
In writing we have being working on our Recount skills. The children enjoyed retelling the story of the Brahan Seer and his prophecies we will continue this piece of writing next week.
We had a big day in P6 today as the class helped me to develop my ICT skills, they are definitely ahead of the ICT game, thanks to all the girls and boys KAHOOT is without a doubt my favourite new website!