I’m just adding a quick post to let parents know that tomorrow is a non-uniform day. However, PE kits and water bottles will still be required.
Well done again, girls!
Unfortunately, tonight will be the last gymnastics session of this academic year. Louise’s coaching schedule is changing next term, and she will only be available on Thursdays after the Easter break. Sadly, this time-slot is not convenient for many families – making the club unsustainable. Therefore, I have decided investigate other options. I am meeting with the active schools coordinator the first week back after the holidays. I would also welcome suggestions from the pupils and parents regarding a replacement club.
If any parents have an area of expertise or a special interest they would like share with pupils, I would really like to hear from you. It could be anything (art, craft, athletics, shinty, gardening, food related, woodwork, book club – anything at all). Please don’t be shy. We welcome all parental involvement.
I would like to say a massive thank you to Louise for her brilliant coaching. Hopefully, we will be able to get her back into school next year.
I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who went to the parent council meeting last night. I’m really sorry I couldn’t be there. I’ve not been too well the last couple of days. To be honest, I feel like I’ve swallowed a bag full of spanners! I think it is nature’s way of saying it is time for a break. I won’t be back at school tomorrow, but Daviot Primary is in the very safe hands of Mrs MacPherson, Mrs Mackinnon and Carol (also known as Queen Carol by the pupils). I suspect I wont be missed at all!
Ethan and Archie did a fantastic job of putting up the new football goals for me. Thank you, boys!