On Friday, a team of pupils participated in the Ross Shire Sports Association Cross Country Championship at the Black Isle Show Ground in Muir of Ord.
On Thursday 5th March some of the children form primary P1-4 went to the “Celebration of STEM” event at Eden court to showcase their “Little Lighthouse” project.
It was a great event and the children did a fabulous presentation to the judges. They also took part in 7 mini stem challenges where they had to demonstrate a range of skills including teamwork and problem solving.
The children behaved brilliantly and had a fun day out. They won the “Newcomer” award and received a certificate and a butterfly garden.
We are delighted to share that our Futsal Team were presented with the ‘Fair Play’ Award at the Invergordon Futsal Tournament.
We are very proud of them as this award is given to the team who demonstrate an excellent team spirit and an encouraging attitude towards others.
Here is our Futsal Team that are participating in the Invergordon Futsal Tournament this morning.
This tournament was organised by Jake Williams our Active Schools Co-ordinator.
Brilliant sportsmanship was displayed by all pupils, they worked fantastically as a team and had great fun.
Jonathan and Mali are back from Eden Court today.
Today in art we are using clay. The children played with clay using techniques like rolling, squeezing, pulling, pinching, carving and joining pieces together.
We had brilliant bakers this morning who did a marvellous job of making pancakes for the whole school to enjoy. Not only were they developing a range of experiences and outcomes they were also working on our Super 6 Skills and School Values.
This week, the whole school were given the opportunity to take part in a Talent Show to show off their skills and talents which contribute and help to develop their own personal skills linked to our ‘Super 6 Skills.’
The children were super and we had a huge variety of talents from jokes, to parkour.