Although the school is closed, staff are working at home to support your child’s learning. P1-4 pupils can communicate with their class teachers via seesaw and P5-7 can keep in touch with their teachers via google classroom.
If you need to get in contact with the school office or myself please email the school email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Highland Council has opened a helpline to allow members of the public to seek advice about various matters including education.
0300 303 1362
Thank you for all your support during these challenging times.
Thank you to parents/ carers, families and the community for joining us for our St Andrew’s Day Concert. Pupils from Nursery to P7 entertained everyone with Scottish music, song and dance. We are so proud of all the boys and girls – we have very talented children.
Welcome back after the Summer Holidays. It is great to see the boys and settling into their new classes, with their new teachers. The children in the nursery are also settling in well and are enjoying every opportunity to go outside to explore, play and learn in the Nursery gardens.
We will be sending monthly newsletters to parents/ carers to keep you up to date with events, curriculum news and dates for the diary. The August newsletter has already been sent out, please get in touch with the school if you haven’t received this. We have discovered that some emails from the school are going into the junk mail folder and may be hiding. Nursery parents/ carers will receive monthly newsletters from both the school and the childcare team.
Thank you to all the parents and carers who helped today and for Mr. Macdonald and Mr. Stewart’s help too.
We are also very grateful for the monies that Ferintosh Parish Church raised for the school. An amazing £1000 to help towards school trips. If you are a parent or carer and know that financially a school trip might be difficult to fund, then please contact the school. The Ferintosh Parish Church money is to help parents if required.
Have a relaxing holiday and remember that school returns on Tuesday 23rd April.
Thank you so much for all your support so far this year and a huge thank you to all those who helped with JRock. It was an amazing achievement – well done to all!
If you are able to help, please contact the Parent Council at: email@example.com
New Easter Poster
Please click on the link above for the timetable and further details.
Monday 8th April – Thursday 11th April 2019
We have got absolutely heaps of exciting activities to keep you busy
throughout the first week of the Easter holidays.
(Bookings open now, just call the Centre on 01349 860950 after
All activities FREE on High Life
Find us at:
Leanaig Community Centre, Leanaig Road, IV7 8BE
Highlife Highland have asked the school to share the link for music tuition. Music lessons are now booked this way and you can find information about what is available by clicking on the link for schools:
Please be aware of the ‘Momo’ challenge. This is not new, but has resurfaced recently. The Highland Council is very aware of this ‘game’ and has blocked access to the Momo challenge. However, children have access to a variety of devices outwith school and may unfortunately stumble across this. Awareness is the key and deleting the challenge should mean that this is the end of the viral chain.
The Momo Challenge is a creepy character has recently taken over the internet called ‘Momo’, which is the new Slenderman to target children. Momo is a viral challenge which encourages kids to add a contact on WhatsApp. Momo is certainly a mixture of ‘Blue Whale Challenge & Slenderman, in the way it is a ‘creepy’ character that sets challenges that can end with self harm.
Thinking of a career in Primary or Secondary teaching?
Come along to an Information Session to find out how you can become one of the next generation of teachers in Highland.
Saturday 9th March 2019
Doorways, Central Primary School
Kenneth Street, Inverness, IV3 5DW
1100 – 1300
Welcome: Aileen Mackay, Head Teacher, Smithton Primary School, Inverness
Presentations by partner University representatives from University of Highlands and Islands,, University of Dundee and University of Aberdeen
See www.iwanttoteachinscottishighlands.wordpress.com for further details
All the children have been working really hard with their teachers this term to make the school look very special. Our focus has been on artwork, inspired by both famous artists and also topics we are studying. We have had lots of help from Mrs Dalseme, who takes the Primary 4 – 7 children for art.
Enjoy the photos from around the school.