I am delighted to say that the covers have now arrived and all P6 and P7 pupils, who have returned a signed agreement, will be issued with their devices to take home tomorrow.
Each pupil has an agreement at home and this should be followed. We will review the use of these devices at home after the February break.
All devices should arrive in school FULLY charged and in their cases. Chromebook chargers can be left at home.
Today Class 2 had Bob and James from the Fishery Trust in class to teach us all about fish found in a river . The children were very enthusiastic and had some great questions to ask.
During our visit we were able to make a mink raft that will help us observe and track what wildlife is present on the River Nairn ( river across the A9).
Bob and James plan to visit the class various times throughout the year to continue their work with the class. Next Wednesday the children will visit the raft to observe/collate any prints found.
We had a super morning and can’t wait to work with Bob and James throughout the year.
Class 1’s new topic is Splish, Splash, Splosh! Yesterday we began by answering some key questions and recording what we already know about water. This morning we explored bubbles and generated words to describe them, then in the afternoon we tested out materials for a waterproof coat. A busy but fun start to the term!
If any children wish to bring in books or items related to this topic, then they are very welcome to do so.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone back in class at 8.45am tomorrow morning.
Please remember a pair of indoor shoes ( no slippers please) and a water bottle. If you are having school dinners please remember to take in your money for Sheila.
We look forward to seeing you all in the morning and hope you all had a great holiday.