Congratulations to Olivia for achieving 1st place under 8 girls, from round 1 of the Scottish Cross Country Series in mountain biking. We are all incredibly proud of you and super impressed that all your training is paying off! What a superstar and an incredible asset to Inshes School. With big brother Cohen also involved in mountain biking, we need to keep an eye on the Poole siblings for the future!! Well done! 🙂
Minutes from last meeting now posted under the parent council page.
Our Parent Council, together with Inshes staff, is planning to set up a committee to plan and organise the celebration of 10 years since Inshes Primary School opened. The plan is to have an event in August, with the wider community invited. The first committee meeting will take place on Tuesday 28th March, 7.30pm, Inshes PS. We would like to invite anyone who would like to join the committee- welcome!
What a brilliant day our P2-7 TEAM had at McRobert cup today! All the children did their best and they were all a credit to the school! WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU ALL!!
It was great to have so many parents and extended family coming along to cheer on and encouraging our TEAM. A big thank you to all our coaches who have put in a lot of work over the term.
Result P2/3 Girls: 1 MoL, 2 Inshes, 3 Holm
Result P4/5 Boys: 1 Lochardil, 2 Duncan Forbes, 3 Inshes
Result P6/7 Boys: 1 MoL, 2 Holm, 3 Inshes
We have a busy week ahead in and out of school! 🐝 🐝
Tuesday 21/3: P7 taking part in big event at Millburn Academy. Event bringing all P7s in our associated school group together to promote/develop young workforce.
Wednesday 22/3: McRobert cup for P2-7 team (selected pupils), Bught Park.44 schools taking part with 990 runners. GO TEAM INSHES!
Thursday 23/3: Dental check-up for P1s and P7s, class photos P1-7 (Tempest), Inshes badminton team competing in Highland regional final, P7 showcasing DYW skills to parents (pm).
Friday 24/3: Red Nose Day
Starting on Monday (20th) the pupil council will be selling Red Noses during break time to help raise money for Comic Relief. The noses will cost £1 and will be sold all week – so if you are planning to buy one, make sure you buy from us!
On Red Nose Day (Friday 24th March) the pupil council have arranged a dress down day where you can pay £1 to either wear pyjamas or just dress down (Please be mindful of the weather on the day if you choose to wear pyjamas!). There will also be an activity in each class that you can take part in for 50p, your class teacher will let you know what you are doing.
Tomorrow, at break, (Thursday 16th March), P7 will be selling products that they have made over the last week. Each group received up to £5 and then had to decide how to use this to make a product that could be sold – some products include bookmarks, sock puppets and doorstops.
Prices will vary from 50p to £2.50. All profits will go towards P7 Nethybridge trip.
Thank you, in advance, for your support.
P7 are holding a fundraising raffle tomorrow for the duration of the Open Afternoon. We have a selection of exciting prizes which have been very kindly donated from shops in the local area. We will be selling tickets (£1 a strip) in the foyer as you walk through the main entrance. All money raised will go towards our trip to Nethybridge! See you tomorrow 🙂