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Tamsin’s Pink Day

As part of our ‘farewell’ to Tamsin, she was given the opportunity to decide on a whole day of activities and a theme of her choice. It was no surprise that the dress code was ‘pink’! and Tamsin had very … Continue reading

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Prizegiving

On Wednesday 3rd July we held our annual Prizegiving to celebrate pupils’ successes and achievements over the course of the year. We were delighted to welcome Deputy Lord Lieutenant John Laing as our special guest. He presented the children with … Continue reading

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Raasay and Elgol Activity Days

On Monday 1st July, Elgol Primary School joined Raasay Primary for a joint activity and fun day which involved Kayaking, beach games and a bonfire with Raasay House. The day was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The next day, Raasay Primary … Continue reading

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Local Sports Day

This year we had a Scottish theme for our local Sports Day which consisted of a mini Highland Games. The pupils, dressed in their kilts and tartan tammies, were piped down to the pitch by Duncan which set the scene … Continue reading

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Charity Walk

Pupils of Raasay Primary School had identified that they would like to support their Local Fire Service by holding a Community Fundraising Walk with the proceeds going to the ‘Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Family Support Trust’. Members of the … Continue reading

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Summer Picnic

Pupils at Raasay Primary School held their annual Summer Picnic on Tuesday 25th June. The weather was perfect for the occasion and all enjoyed the lovely spread which included various sandwich rolls, fruit skewers, popcorn and fresh garden salad. The … Continue reading

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Raasay Broch

As part of their topic ‘Scotland and Raasay’, pupils visited our own unique Broch. They have been finding out what brochs were used for, when they were built and where they were situated. During the field trip pupils sketched the … Continue reading

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