Dates for your DiaryMondays 13th, 20th and 27th March Chanter; Mondays 13th, 20th and 27th March Weaving Club 3.15pm to 4.15pm; Thursdays 16th and 30th March Kodaly 11.45 to 12.30pm; Monday 13th P1 Health Check; Tuesday 14th March Basketball Festival P1-P7 all off site; Friday 17th March Comic Relief; Monday 20th March start of Big Walk and Wheel Week; Wednesday 22nd March to Friday 24th March Carbon Neutral Islands Workshops; Wednesday 29th March P7 visit to Broadford Primary tbc; Thursday 30th March Anne Martin 1.30 to 3pm Lost Songs of Raasay Project; Monday 3rd April to Friday 14th April Easter Holidays;
Monthly Archives: February 2018
There was a lot of measuring, weighing, pouring and mixing involved in making pancakes for Pancake Day. As part of their writing the younger pupils practised writing a sequence of how to make pancakes. The results were delicious!
Nursery Visit to Broadford
On Thursday 22nd February Alexander attended the Book Bug session at Broadford library where he had the opportunity to meet with other 2 years olds in the area for storytime. Of course the trip on the ferry was also very … Continue reading
The Leanne Fund is based in Stornoway and is the foremost Cystic Fibrosis charity in Scotland, working with individuals and families across the Highlands, Islands and Grampian to provide vital social, practical, emotional and financial assistance – supporting the whole … Continue reading
This term has seen the introduction of an after school Lego Club on Monday afternoons. We are very grateful to Della Cheshire for getting this underway and giving of her time to run the club each week.
Pupils were thoroughly entertained by the Portree Community Pantomime Group’s production of Peter Pan at ‘The Venue’ Portree High School on Friday 9th February. Thank you also to Henry – who kindly came along to the school when we returned … Continue reading
Our weekly ‘Weaving Club’ is now underway – all the children were delighted with what they managed to achieve on the very first day and are looking forward to the forthcoming sessions.
This week children had the opportunity to learn local Gaelic place names from John William Gillies who kindly came along to help us to ‘map’ various locations and learn their Gaelic meaning. This workshop has been provided by Aros’ year-long community … Continue reading
Third Green Flag!
We are delighted that our recent application for a Third Green flag has been successful! We are grateful for all the hard work and support of parents, Parent Council and the wider community. Here is what the team at Eco … Continue reading
We are now underway with our Community Arts project whereby the pupils will be researching and mapping local Gaelic placenames. As you can see, our map is filling up nicely already.