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A huge thank you to all who contributed to our Blythswood Boxes donation box. We had a fantastic response with lots of beautiful knitted items, toiletries, notebooks, pens etc which all helped to fill our shoeboxes. Pupils chose very carefully … Continue reading
Pupils in Raasay Primary School recently undertook indoor climbing sessions at the ‘Third Ridge’ indoor climbing centre in Portree as part of their P.E. All pupils excelled at the activity and carefully listened to and took on board the instructions … Continue reading
On Tuesday 27th September, in conjunction with Climavore, the pupils undertook a Citizen Science Workshop with Marine Biologist Hayley. Hayley gave an introduction to the study in the class before leaving for Clachan Beach to do a field study on … Continue reading
During a recent Pupil Council meeting pupils at Raasay Primary School identified a trip in the Glass Bottomed Boat the Seaprobe Atlantis as an end of term reward. They had also been studying ‘Kings, Queens and Castles’ as topic work … Continue reading
On Wednesday 7 September staff and pupils at the Isle of Raasay Primary enjoyed the chance to host a special guest when HRH The Princess Royal visited their school. Her arrival was heralded by the school’s piping tutor Mr Eddie … Continue reading
Pupils enjoyed a visit from local artist and video maker, Calum Gillies, who shared with the pupils his passion for the history of Castles – and Brochel Castle in particular – and his techniques of line drawing. The pupils then … Continue reading
This term the pupils are learning all about ‘The Human Body’ and were thoroughly engaged during the ‘Bodyworks’ workshop by Glasgow Science Centre with lots of hands-on, interactive activities.
The P.E. focus this term is Shinty and pictured are the boys during their P.E. session at the pitch.
We are delighted to be back for the new session and this year, not only do we have a new P1 pupil but we also have a new P2 pupil who has moved to the area. This term, pupils will … Continue reading