Homework 19th June

If you have time please play 2 green and 2 orange games from 19th June folder 🙂

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P3/4 School trip

Please see attached letter for details of our trip to Dingwall Mart on Wednesday 21st June. Pupils will get a paper copy on Monday for permissions.  If any parents are able to help out on trip I would really appreciate a wee note on Monday! Thank you!

mart June 2017

Wee Adventure Inverness!

Our Forestry Commission Ranger has passed on this interesting booklet.  Please click on link below for more details.

Wee Adventure Poster FINAL

Let’s go on a Wee Adventure points you to the best places for an outdoor adventure.  Choose from over 50 walking and biking routes to suit all ages and ability of adventurer, including pram and wheelchair friendly routes and some big challenges. Play games along the way, spot nature, uncover history, and say wow at the geography. All routes have been shared and tested by local families and put in one handy book as a not-for-profit project by registered charity Wee Adventure. Includes areas of Inverness-shire (including Loch Ness and the Cairngorm National Park), Ross-shire and the Black Isle, and the Nairnshire and Moray Coast.

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P1 Class Party with P3/4

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On Friday 16th June, Miss MacDonald and I plan to host a small party in the afternoon for the children in the hall in celebration of all their hard work that they put in to the Rocky Monster Show. It is also Ryan and Oscar Campbell’s last day at Glenurquhart PS before they move to a new home and school in Inverness – we thought that this would be a lovely way for both classes to say their goodbyes to the boys.  if they want to, the children can bring a change of party clothes to change into after lunch.

The  Rocky Monster Show was a great success and it  has really helped boost the children’s confidence across the school this term. More photos have been posted up on the school website by Mrs Laird for you to view.

 

Milking cows and other farm facts!

We enjoyed a visit from Maggie Wormald from the Royal Highland Education Trust.

‘ I learnt that we can make cheese and milk from goats milk. ‘ Sam

‘ I learnt that if you put cream in a closed container and shake it for quite a while you can make buttermilk and butter.’ Christa

‘ I learnt that a farm in the Highlands is using robotic milking to collect milk from cows.’ Ivan

‘I learnt how to make butter and that a calf is taken away from its mum (milking cow) after 2 days of being born’ Thomas

‘ I learnt that cows usually get milked twice a day.’ Aoife