Just a note to remind parents and carers that there is an Open Afternoon at Ben Wyvis Primary on Friday 5th October from 1.45 – 2.30pm.
Please arrive at the school via reception. All visitors should sign in before entering the school.
During the afternoon session, the whole school will be making poppies for a cascade which will be put up in the front foyer of the school.
Nursery will not have an open afternoon, but will be organising ‘stay and play’ sessions for after the holidays and will also make poppies to add to the cascade.
We invite any community group too to add to the poppy display. Poppies need to be no bigger than A5 and can have writing on them with names.
We look forward to seeing you all!
Please find the link to the newsletter below. The dates for the diary for term 1 and 2 so far are included. September 2018
Please also note:
The pagoda and fit trail in the playground are currently closed for maintenance, so if you are waiting in the playground between 2.45 and 3.00, we would appreciate if your child is supervised away from these areas.
End of term dates:
Tuesday 26th June:
1.30 – 2.45 New nursery parents – stay and play – final session.
Wednesday 27th June:
9.30 P7 Leaver’s Assembly.
Thursday 28th June:
9.30 Awards Assembly.
Early lunch for all pupils
P7 Leaver’s party – pm
Friday 29th June:
Non – school uniform day
School closes at 12.00 for all pupils and staff.
There are huge piles of lost property, including coats and lunch boxes. Please come and claim them before the end of term.
Minty is also still looking for a helper for the benches 🙂.
A wee note: please remember to name sun hats and sun-cream if you are sending either to school.
Enjoy the sunshine and lets hope it continues for the school holidays.
Please note that P1 – P3 children are eligible for a free school dinner.
Please click on the link or paste it into your browser for further information:
Please note: Thursday 21st June will be the LAST Shinty session at Ben Wyvis this term.
We thank you for your continuing support and hope to see you next term.
We are very proud of our children today. Despite the wind and the rain, our County Sports team have done brilliantly, won lots of medals and the overall shield this year!
We couldn’t have done this without the input of Mrs Barlow, who not only teaches the P4 – 7 sports, but also gave her time to coach the children. Thank you also to the dedicated parent helpers and staff who also supported this and many other sporting events.
The children, staff and parents arrived back with the shield to cheers of celebration and lots of smiles.
Well done to all. A sporting achievement that we are extremely proud of.