As part of our MFR fundraising challenge, P7s will be visiting classrooms over the next three weeks selling tickets for ‘Guess the Teddy’s Birthday’.
Each guess costs £1 and the prize is a very cute cuddly dog teddy.
Well done to Lucy for the idea and supplying the teddy, and to Lucy, Niami and Carina for making the advertising posters.
The P7s should take the following with them to Charleston tomorrow:
Money for lunch/cashless catering system
Signed Covid testing permission forms
Good luck P7s! Have a good day.
We had a super time in Cnoc na rath this afternoon. We built dens from natural materials and created clay faces on the trees. You might feel like you’re being watched if you take a walk there later on.
What a fantastic time we had on the field this morning. Great teamwork from everyone, lots of fun and lots of smiles.
Please ensure that chrome books are brought to school fully charged on a daily basis. We will begin using them in our class from Tuesday, 25th August.
All pupils in P6/7 know how to email me through their Charleston google mail accounts. However, if you wish to contact me directly my current work email address is:
Please note that this is slightly different from most of the other teachers. As you are aware, the children have work for this week, the packs handed out yesterday contain materials for after the ‘holidays’ and I will be posting more work on the P6/7 google classroom page after the 14th April.
Please encourage children to check their accounts regularly as I may post information or craft ideas between now and the 14th April.
Keep safe and well everyone!
We got ourselves into a bit of a twist in our final health and well-being activity of the week!
P6/7 were thrilled to meet some players from Ross County this morning. We were lucky to have them here to talk about their job and about the health and well-being aspects of footballing.
A huge thanks to our visitors to class today!
We thoroughly enjoyed hearing from each of them. Cerys’s mum told us about her job as a scrub nurse, Jack’s mum talked about her role as a dance teacher and examiner and Mairi’s mum talked about her job as a cardiac care nurse. All our visitors had interesting things to look at and activities to do so we were very engaged with their talks.
Thank you very much to Troy’s (P1) mum who came to talk to P6/7 about her job as a Biomedical Scientist at Raigmore Hospital and also to Jamie’s dad who talked all about his role as a firefighter. The pupils really enjoyed the talks and listened very well.