Craigmonie trip tomorrow

We are all looking forward to our first trip to Craigmonie Woods tomorrow.

Can all children please come into school wearing wellies or trainers, waterproofs, warm clothing and gloves. As we will be at the woods during break time, children will also need to take their snack with them to the woods.


Miss MacLennan 🙂



Look at what we can make with a dot…

For art last week, the children created art work which incorporated a black dot. Look at their wonderful creations!

Friday STEM activities




What super scientists we have in Primary 4/5!

On Friday,  two scientists from the UHI came to do some STEM activities with us. The children  learned about what skills were needed to make a good scientist. They then got to participate in different experiments where they had to record their findings. They really enjoyed when liquids changed colour!  🙂


Busy day in Primary 4/5!

This morning, the P4/5 children took part in a reading challenge – with the rest of the school. They enjoyed reading their school books and listening to Mrs Laird read them a story about families.

After break, the children took part in a 2D and 3D shape hunt around the playground. They really enjoyed hunting and recording the different shapes that they could find!

The children then worked in their groups to create different shapes with their bodies – they created triangles, squares and circles.


Feis Ross – Traditional Music

On a Wednesday morning, the Primary 4 and 5 children, come together to take part in Feis Ross sessions. The children listen to and learn different songs,linked to Scottish culture.

So far, the children have learned active songs to help them say ‘hello’ and ‘how are you?’ in Gaelic. They have also been learning about rhythm, through the use of claves and egg shaker instruments. The children have also been learning about the ukulele and how to play some of its chords.

The photos below are from last week’s Feis Ross music session. 🙂

Over the last few weeks, the children have been developing their football skills through Ross County Football training sessions. The children were learning how to control the ball when moving. The children were also developing their team building skills through mini football games.





Good morning,

Due to the in-service days, there will be no homework for this week. The children have been learning their words in class.

Homework will resume next week and will be introduced to the children on a Monday and returned on a Thursday.

Miss MacLennan

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