I am hoping to take the children to Cawdor Castle on Friday. Unfortunately, we have lost out transport. If any parents would be willing to take some pupils – and pick them up – it would be greatly appreciated. We are planning to leave school at 9.15am, and we will be leaving the castle at 2.15pm.
If you are in a position to help us out, can you drop Carol an email?
Thanks for your support.
I’m just adding a quick post to remind everyone that Mr Bone has scheduled a parent council meeting for this evening (6.30pm – 7.30pm) in the main school building. Carol has very kindly offered to provide a child minding service. I look forward to seeing everyone who can attend.
I’m just adding a quick post to remind parents that Tempest Photography will be visiting the school on Monday morning (May 29th). Photographing will begin at approximately 9.30am. All children with siblings not yet at school are very welcome to attend.
Pictures courtesy of the maestro…. Evette!
Saturday 27th May:
Inter-School Sports (9.30am – 4.30pm)
Monday 29th May:
School Photos (9.00am)
Parent Council Meeting (6.30pm)
Friday 2nd June:
School Trip to Cawdor Castle (all day)
Thursday 8th June:
School Shut for Polling
Monday 12th June to Friday 16th June:
P7 Residential Trip to Craggan Outdoors
Thursday 15th June:
Sports Day (10.30am – 12.00pm)
Friday 16th June:
Monday 19th June:
Wednesday 21st June:
P7 Transition at Millburn
Thursday 22nd June:
P7 Transition at Millburn
Saturday 24th June:
School Gala (10.00am – 2.00pm)
Monday 26th June:
School Trip to Landmark (all day)
Friday 30th June:
Celebration Assembly (10.30am – 12.00pm)
End of Term
Craggan Outdoors: Monday 12th – Friday 16th June
The trip is for 5 days, during which, the children will take part in a wide range of challenging and exciting outdoor activities. Pupils will leave school on the morning of Monday 12th June, spend 4 nights in accommodation at Ardenbeg and Glenbeg bunkhouses, and then return to school by approximately 2.30pm on Friday 16th June.
Whilst at the centre, the children will take part in 8 activities, including archery, gorge walking, high ropes, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, raft building, bushcraft and rock climbing. The children will also be involved in evening activities such as a Mini Highland Games, frisbee golf and nature art.
As well as an ideal transition opportunity to mix and work with other pupils across the year group, the trip offers a fantastic opportunity for children to enrich their learning in an outdoor setting. For more information about the centre, please have a look at the centre’s website:
Craggan Trip information 2017
Craggan behaviour code 2017
I would like to say a huge thank you to Mr Quigley and Mrs Snedden for inviting our girls to join Milton of Leys Primary School pupils on their residential trip.
I’m just adding a quick post to remind the parents of the Inter-School Sports team that the event takes place tomorrow (May 26th) at Bught Park. Sadly, I won’t be able to make it this year, so I would like to thank Gillian, Steve and Miss K for agreeing to stand in as the school’s representatives. The format is the same as in recent years – with the first event starting at 9.45am, and the afternoon events starting at 1.00pm. The estimated finish time is 4.30pm. Go Team Daviot!