EQ sports have cancelled their class this afternoon due to illness. It should be back on next week as usual.
We have 6 large computer desks in school which we have no use for. They are 73cm high, 80cm deep and 160 cm wide. If you or anyone you know of would like one or all 6 please get in touch. They are free to a good home or for a small donation to school funds! All in good condition. Please contact the school office if you are interested.
Our annual P4-7 cross country event takes place on Tuesday 6th March. For this to go ahead we need some more volunteers to help stand at various positions on the course. Please get in touch with the school office if you can help out. We are also still waiting on most of the trophies from last year to be returned. Please return these to the school office as soon as possible. Weather permitting the races will start at 11am.
Kick off your reading with 4-4-2!
The purpose of the 4-4-2 Reading Challenge is to encourage primary aged pupils between 5-12 years of age to borrow amazing books from their local library and develop an enjoyment of reading.
This initiative centres on a reading ‘challenge card’ which RCFC staff and local libraries can issue to pupils interested in taking part.
For every book successfully read and returned to their local library, a child will receive one stamp on their challenge card.
After reading four books and receiving four stamps, pupils can return their completed card to RCFC ticket office in exchange for a free match day ticket. Parents/guardians will have the opportunity to purchase one adult ticket at a discounted rate for £18 to accompany the child as necessary.
Four books for two tickets, it couldn’t be simpler.
• Sign up at your local library and receive a collectors card
• Borrow amazing books and collect 4 stamps
• Exchange your full card for a FREE child’s ticket and a discounted adult ticket for the SPFL football matches between Ross County v Hibs ( post match games will be announced)
• Start all over again!
Please, please, please come and join us on Saturday 17th March to help tidy up the garden area and get it ready for Spring. Letters were sent home in school bags yesterday asking for volunteers with a list of jobs that need doing. If you can spare even a little of your time we would very much appreciate your help so please fill in the form and send it back to school as soon as possible. Many hands make light work! It would be great to see lots of you there so we can get the garden looking spick and span ready for the pupils (and the wildlife) to enjoy! Thank you in advance.
A huge well done and thank you to Louise in P6 from all the staff and pupils in school. Louise gives up her break times without being asked to tidy and sort the library. She is an absolute superstar! Go Louise! X
Please note the menu choice for Thursday 22nd February will be as follows:
Well done to some of our p2/3 pupils who were presented with spelling certificates at assembly today. Great job guys!
Well done to our 3 super pupils who won the Good to be Green pencils this week for great behaviour all week. Keep up the good work.
Adam has been in touch to say he can’t manage to do basketball tomorrow. It should be on next week as usual.