Lovely to have the sunshine with us on Friday after the past two days of rain! The children have enjoyed being outside doing a range of different activities in their classes.
We put a quick email out to all parents yesterday just to remind everyone about waterproof clothing as we head into the colder/wetter weather. A change of shoes/socks is also really helpful.
We have postponed our individual photos that were due to take place at the end of term (next week) until next term. Further information will follow when we have new dates for these.
Continued thanks to parents/carers for maintaining the 2m Social Distancing during pick up and drop off. Thank you for also arranging alternative pick up/drop off points for the older children. This has really helped ease congestion within the school grounds and your support with this is much appreciated.
I can hardly believe we are about to start week 9, our final week of term 1! I hope you all have a lovely weekend. 🙂
I can’t believe we are at the end of week 7 already! This term is flying by. We have again been lucky with the weather this week and have been outside for lots of different activities. However it is definitely getting a bit colder. Please can you make sure your child has a jacket with them each day. If all clothing could be labelled that would also be really helpful when we we are trying to locate the owners of missing jumpers etc! 🙂
A class termly newsletter has been posted on each class blog to inform you about the learning that has been taking place since we have returned to school. Class blogs will also be updated regularly so please make sure that you are able to access these. Please let us know if you have any problems.
The children coming in to school via the different/gates doors in the morning seems to be working well and I really appreciate the Social Distancing that I am seeing on the path and the fact that older children are then walking in by themselves. This helps to keep us all safe and minimises the number of contacts.
Miss Strath and the children have been creating some fantastic art work over the past few weeks. Here is a selection for you to see:
Wishing you all a good weekend.
The Inverness Cathedral Lunch Club will run from 12—23 October 2020. Lunchboxes and Activity Packs will be available for pickup between 11am—1pm, 3 days each week of the holiday (Monday, Wednesday & Friday) at Kenneth Street Halls, Inverness.
This is a free service for children and upon arrival they will also be offered access to the School Uniform Bank and Winter Jacket Bank.
Families should contact The Highland Council’s Welfare Support Team to register -all children must be registered to ensure Health and Safety/Covid-19 regulations are met and to advise of any dietary or allergy requirements.
Freephone: 0800 090 1004E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also see the attached flyer here:
We have had lots of outdoor learning this week as we make the most of the sunny weather. We have had lots of outdoor play experiences as well as numeracy and literacy outdoors. We also had a special outdoor quiz on Friday organised by P7 for the P4s and P5s and P6s and P7s. We certainly couldn’t have chosen a better day for it. Thank you P7 children and staff – we all really enjoyed it.
The whole school was also excited to see the Spitfire on Thursday as it circled over Raigmore and travelled back to the airport along the Moray Firth. This was to commemorate the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain and also to thank the NHS. Some of the classes made posters to show their support. Here are some photos below:
We hope you had a lovely weekend and were able to enjoy the lovely weather.
Just a reminder that tomorrow Monday 21st September is Flu immunisation Day. The immunisation Team will be visiting each class tomorrow.
Inshes Community Council are hoping to secure funding to build a new wheeled Sports facility at Inshes Park.
They would like to hear the views of the local community and would really appreciate you completing the survey below.
Just a quick reminder that the school is closed to children on Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th September for staff INSET training.
School will re-open for pupils on Wednesday 16th September at the normal times. We discussed this with the children during our weekly assembly today.
Hope you all enjoy the long weekend and fingers crossed for a bit of sunshine.
Please see the attached flyer for information on Highland Shinty Sessions held at Bught Park. These are held on either a Wednesday or Saturday.
If interested contact information is at the bottom of the flyer.
At Inshes Primary School we are currently working on changing our website from this to another. Our class blogs can already be found on our new website which we will slowly transfer to over the next month. We are aiming for our new site to be fully operational from after the October Holiday, by which point this site won’t be used anymore.
As mentioned above the class blogs are already live on our new site which can be found by following this link: https://sites.google.com/millburnacademy.org.uk/inshesps
You have the option to subscribe to our new site and get regular updates.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are having difficulty finding our new website.
Last week we shared what P1 and P2 have been doing since returning to school. This week we are sharing more photos to show what P3-P7 have been doing in class. As you can see they are working hard on lots of different activities. We have been making the most of the dry weather and you can see lots of their learning has taken place outdoors. Have a look at the pictures below 🙂
P7A have been working hard in their maths work. They have been learning about 2D shapes using specific vocabulary and understanding that the radius is half of the diameter.
Please see the latest advice from Jason Leitch, National Clinical Director, Scottish Governement. This supersedes the information on the flowchart issued last week.