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Congratulations to this week’s playground award winners.  Well done all of you!

Playground Awards

A massive well done to our handful of playground award winners before the spring holidays!!

Cross Country McRobert Cup 2018

Holm Super Stars






Well done to all our Cross Country Teams.

What a fantastic achievement as all of our teams came home with a medal.

P2/3 boys, P4/5 girls and P6/7 girls teams came first.

P2/3 girls, P4/5 boys and P6/7 boys team came second.

A big thank you to Mrs Foxcroft, Mrs MacPherson, Miss McIntosh, and all the other parents who helped out at Bught Park.





Playground Awards

A massive well done to our latest playground stars.  Keep up the positive work to make our school a better place!! 


Achieving success

Congratulations to our very own Mr Strong! He won this helmet at Tan su do after managing to complete 31 press ups in 1 minute.  Great work!

Primary 3 Achievements

Congratulations for passing your breast stroke swimming lessons. Well done,  for receiving a certificate to show how you had completed the Leisure Learn to Swim scheme. Well done!






The girls are in a basketball team. Last weekend they played against the Lions and Milton of Leys. They were successful in scoring baskets. Well done girls!


Inverness 5km Run

Well done to girls for completed the 5km run from Bught Park to the racing track at the Leisure Centre.

They received lovely medals for their effort.

Playground stars

Congratulations to another group of playground stars who received their playground certificates at assembly this week.

P1 Achievers

Today was Achievement assembly day.


Leo – ‘I feel proud of myself. I got it for sorting out the money when we had our Creative Cafe.’ 

Millie – ‘I got an achievement for being kind and following the rules, I feel great.’ 

Maisie – ‘I got an award for being a super welcomer and working hard at the Creative Cafe.’