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Term 2 Week 2 update

Just a reminder that on Wednesday 11th November we will be having lunch in classes. (You should have received an email/text alert this week about this). This is due to work needing to be carried out by contractors on the partition in our school hall. This will be a packed lunch of soup, sandwiches, fruit/veg …

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Highland Council Military Liason Group newsletter

Please find attached the Autumn Edition of Highland Council’s Military Liaison Group (Education) Newsletter – packed with news, information, resources and lots more.

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Updated Covid guidance for school visitors and parents

We have received updated guidance from Highland Council this afternoon. This discussed the need for all visiting adults to the school (indoors and outdoors) to wear masks/face coverings. The guidance states: Face coverings should also be worn by parents and other visitors to any school site (whether entering the building or otherwise), including parents at drop-off …

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Highland urged to continue to prevent the spread of Covid-19

The Highland Council area has been set at Protection Level One in the Scottish Government’s 5 tier framework. This means fewer restrictions for the hospitality, retail and leisure sectors than elsewhere in the UK. Leader of the Highland Council, Councillor Margaret Davidson said: “Placing Highland on one of the lowest tiers is welcome, particularly for …

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Welcome back!

We hope that you all had a lovely holiday and it was nice to see the children back today. This Friday (30th October) will be our usual dress down day for the last Friday of the month. However children may also wish to dress up in fancy dress. It is entirely optional but I know …

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Happy Holidays

We can hardly believe we have been back for 9 weeks as this term has flown in. On behalf of everyone at Inshes I would like to wish you all a happy and relaxing holiday. On Friday our House Captain Team were given their Rights Respecting Schools booklet. They will be helping to implement and …

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Go ByCycle Family Cycling Sessions

The Go ByCycle team is offering FAMILY CYCLING SESSIONS during the October Holidays.  Please could you fill in the form using the link to show your interest:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/15yCOqLB5XCca8Gmt81QQCFloFqnAITaBzDggvRl2W9A/edit Further information can be found by clicking on the link below Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’ve got questions. Thanks a lot and wishing you a …

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October Multi Sports

Please click on the link below for information from High Life Highland regarding their October Multi-Sports.

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Highland pupils, eligible for free school meals, to receive vouchers if they are asked to self-isolate

Highland pupils, eligible for free school meals, to receive vouchers if they are asked to self-isolate Highland school pupils asked to self-isolate from school during term time, through Test & Protect, who are eligible to receive means-tested free school meals, will receive vouchers to cover their isolation period. The Council will automatically pay £15 per pupil …

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Inverness Shinty October Camp

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