Parentalk are holding a course at Culduthel Christian Centre on Monday evenings – the last three before the Easter holidays and then continuing for the first three Mondays in the summer term. It is a good chance for parents to chat about things and bounce ideas around. Please see the video link below for more information
International Mother Language Day 2018
On Wednesday 21st February the Inverness Museum and Inverness Library are celebration Mother languages day with a range of activities. Please see the attached posters below for more information.
Founders’ Day/ Thinking Day
On Thursday 22nd February we will be celebrating Founders’ day/ Thinking Day. This is a day that celebrates Scouting and Guiding across the world. If you are a member of Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Rainbows, Brownies or Guides we encourage you to wear your uniform to school with pride.
Dress as your dream occupation Friday 16th February
Throughout the school at different levels we have been learning about Developing the Young Workforce. This is about raising awareness of the skills each child has and how they could be important in the workplace. As well as this the school has recently been awarded Level 1 status in Rights Respecting Schools.
To join these two important initiatives we have decided to have a fundraiser where children can come in dressed in the clothing needed for their dream job. This fundraiser will take place on Friday 16th February. We ask that each child brings in £1 which will be collected for MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship). This is an international aid agency which works in partnership with churches and charities including Save the Children, Unicef and Tearfund. Please note that due to school policy football strips are not permitted on this day however should your child like to dress as a football player or coach, tracksuits will be permitted.
Come-And-Try Harp Session
If you have always wanted to try the harp, this free event is the perfect opportunity. No experience is necessary and all ages are welcome. Harps to try will be provided. Follow on workshops are available. The harp, or clarsach, is a beautiful instrument that has a long history in Scotland. Saturday 24th February, 1pm and 2pm sessions. Inverness Ice Centre (Bught Lane, Inverness, IV3 5SR). To book, email or phone Cheyenne Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07791018761.
As Part of our work in school on Internet Safety Miss Moffat (P1/2) would like to invite you to a parent’s workshop on Tuesday 27th of February 2018. It will be covering the positive impact that the internet has for you and your child/children as well as different strategies that can help keep your child safe online. This will benefit parents and carers of children of all ages.
There will be two workshops, one at 2pm and another at 5.30pm. They will last between half an hour and 45 minutes. This will be an informal workshop so feel free to come with as many questions or comments as you wish.
Please see the following posters regarding enrolment for Primary 1 and Nursery for session beginning 2018/19
Please see the Nursery and School Handbooks
*Parent Survey – Please follow the link to complete the survey.*
The Highland Council is considering offering 4 weeks of Summer Childcare Provision at local schools and would like to assess demand. Please can you follow the link and complete the ELC Summer Provision Parent Survey.
At present the proposed schools include Ben Wyvis, Miller Academy Primary, Milton of Leys, Merkinch, Aviemore and Inverlochy. This may be subject to change. Parents can access the service at any school based on availability.
Please find attatched information on upcoming football training.
Drama Classes at Holm Primary School
Come and join The Highland Youth Theatre’s next production od Pinocchio.
Classes will be held in the main hall every Wednesday from 3 – 4:15 pm.
Classes start Wednesday 10th January.
Fees £58 including costume, script and tuition.
Show to be staged at The Spectrum Centre in March.
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to book your place now
Primary 1 Booklet – P1 Booklet 2017
At Holm Primary School and Nursery we aim to create a positive ethos of mutual respect, trust, responsibility and shared values. We aim to create a variety of stimulating learning contexts where everyone is encouraged to fulfil their potential and achievement is celebrated. We seek to involve children, parents, staff, partner organisations and the wider school community in working together to provide relevant and motivating experiences.
Please feel free to explore our school’s website by clicking on the various tabs and class blogs which we are constantly updating.
Standards and Qualities Report click here
School Improvement Plan click here
HMIe report – click here
Recent Care Inspectorate report – Document-Inspection Documents – Inspection Report (16-17) – 2894961 (1)