A big well done to all those who played in the Dingwall Football Club tournament on Sunday. The team performed fantastically with four wins, one draw and one defeat to the winners Dingwall Football Club. A great day of football. Thank you to Michael Thorp for supporting the organisation of this and supervising on the day.
We are posting class photos tomorrow so, please return any outstanding orders to the office by tomorrow morning. Orders after that will have to pay for postage. Thanks
P6s and P7s from Balnain, Cannich Bridge and Glenurquhart Primaries had a great night last night, enjoying the photo booth, dancing, playing games and eating together. Mrs Woodhouse was very impressed by some of the dance moves on show! The P7s enjoyed meeting their new S1 classmates, who they will spend Tues – Fri with at the high school next week. Huge thanks to the new S6s and the staff at all four schools who made it happen!
Next Sunday, 24th June, there will be an afternoon tea from 2pm – 4pm. This is in memory of the late and much-loved Miss Anne Duncan, who taught at Glenurquhart Primary School for over a decade.
Everyone is welcome – as are donations to Highland Hospice. Please come along and enjoy cakes, a play area, mud kitchen, forest walks and live music from local children.
Please see the pdf poster below for more information:
Please see below for the Summer Hotshots football programme from Inverness Caley Thistle.
Click on the link below for the programme:
Glenurquhart Primary is taking part in BNF Healthy Eating Week this week. The children were all introduced to this at an assembly yesterday.
The purpose of the Week is to raise awareness of healthy eating and drinking, cooking, where food comes from and being active to promote key health messages and habits to young people.
We will be trying some of the BNF Healthy Eating Week challenges during the Week. These are:
- Have breakfast;
- Have 5 A DAY;
- Drink plenty;
- Get active;
- Make a change.
Our school will focus on the Drink Plenty challenge with all the children encouraged to take their water bottles to school today and record how much they’ve drunk.
Congratulations to our Nerf winners ~ Liam for lower school and Alfie for upper.
We are delighted to have raised just short of £500 from the disco which has allowed the Parent Council to more than cover the cost of the teacher to go to Loch Insh for P7 residential. Thank you very much to all involved.
Can you spot Glenurquhart Primary children being kind over the next four weeks and showing our school values?