Moving on…..

In this, our very last blog of the year, I would just like to say a huge thankyou to all the boys and girls of P1B who have made this whole year one of the best! Together we have had lots and lots of fun and laughter-(and only a few tears!!)- but the children have also continued to work amazingly hard all year long and they are now more than ready to move on up to the big world of Primary 2!

Very recently we welcomed Boyd into our class and of course, we never forget Fox! Next session, Olivia Moncur and Jack will move to their new schools and although we will miss them loads, we wish them all the best and know that they will fit into their respective new classes really well and will make lots of new friends very quickly. Good luck you two!

Finally, I would like to thank all the parents/carers for all your help and support throughout this year and hope you all have a lovely, relaxing summer. Enjoy!

Thankyou, Mrs. McArthur

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This way to Primary 2!

 

 

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Talent show

A massive well done to Olivia and Olivia – the entrants from P1B for this year’s talent show. Olivia McPherson sang ‘Dark Island’ and was accompanied by Olivia Moncur displaying some very smooth ballet moves! Gorgeous singing and dancing, along with a huge ‘cute factor’ meant that our act was a phenomenal success! We were all so proud of you girls and so brave to go on stage in front of the whole school- BRILLIANT!

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Parent Information Evening – Numeracy

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Lochardil Primary is hosting a Parent information evening on Numeracy. The aims of the evening will be to raise awareness of:

  • Developments in teaching of numeracy
  • How parents can help
  • Numeracy resources used in school

The event will take place on Tuesday 16th June from 6.30-7.15 in room 9.

A further session will take place in the hall on Thursday 25th June from 1.45-2.15 to experience how numeracy is delivered in the classroom.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Tennis Summer camp

 

JUNIOR TENNIS AND SPORTSCAMPS

This is a sports camp based on tennis with the addition of Bubble Football, Putting, Frisbee, Parachutes and much more fun and exciting activities. Come and join in the award winning summer camps and hope to see you there.

Mini tots classes, Adult coaching and Individual coaching available throughout the holidays. Please contact for more info. Details below.

Inverness Tennis Academy, Bellfield Park, IV24SZ     Email – miketenniscoach@gmail.com

Website – www.bellfieldpark.co.uk     Contact – 07795 323245

 

                                    WHATS AVAILABLE

*There are no camps on week 2 due to the Inverness Open Junior & adult tournament that is being held. Entries can be given to Mike Martin on 07795 323245

Full day 0900-1600                       Weekly £70/Daily £18

Mornings only 0900-1200           Weekly £40/Daily £10

Afternoons only 1300-1600         Weekly £40/Daily £10

Tiny Tots (4-7 yrs) 1200-1300     Weekly £25/Daily £6

Early Bird Drop Off 0800-0900   Weekly £10/Daily £3

DATES

Week 1 – 6th Jul – 10th Jul                                 If you would like to book your child in for

Week 3 – 20th Jul – 24th Jul                             Summer Camps please contact details above

Week 4 – 27th Jul – 31st Jul                             with Name, Age, DOB, Med conditions of child

Week 5 – 3rd Aug – 7th Aug                             and also email, contact and name of parent

Week 6 – 10th Aug – 14th Aug                         alongside the dates and sessions attending.

 

 

sports day

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An excellent afternoon was had by all! The sun came out and the children were so well-behaved and ‘ran their socks off’!