Christmas Jumper Day

Milton of Leys Primary School

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We are looking forward to a very seasonal end to the week with our whole school Christmas lunch on Friday (13th). As a reminder, this year we are also having a Christmas jumper fundraiser on the same day. In exchange for a donation all pupils and adults are invited to come to school wearing a Christmas jumper. All funds raised on our Christmas Jumper Day will go towards the school’s chosen charity for this year – Highland Hospice. Thank you in advance for your support.

Highland Hospice

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School closed on Thursday!

This is a little reminder to all parents and families that our school is closed for pupils on Thursday 12th December due to the general election. Our school will be used as a polling station and only staff will have access to par of the building on this day.

Thank you!

Farm to Fork!

Well done to all the boys and girls in P1/2 and P2 for a fantastic assembly today. There have been many positive comments from staff and pupils following your performance. Miss Mackenzie and I are very proud of you all.

Thank you to all the parents and family members who also attended our assembly. We hope you enjoyed it! We are hoping to publish a video of our assembly for those who couldn’t make it. More info to follow!

Assembly and Homework

Dear Parents,

Firstly, I am sorry that some children did not take their homework home today. I was not in class this afternoon and, as a result, there was some confusion! However, they will take the homework home on Monday or if you wish to collect it tomorrow during the Christmas Fayre – I will be about for most of the afternoon! Please come find me.

Furthermore, I have a had a few questions about the class assembly. Please see the the note below (which, for some children, it did not make it home in the bookbags today!) Please spread the word to parents who may not see this blog post.

If you have any questions about either the assembly or homework, please email me at anna.shimmield@highland.gov.uk and I will do my best to get back to you.

P1/2 and P2 Class Assembly

We are presenting a class learning assembly on Monday 2nd Dec. Every class in the school has been given a date to present an area of learning with their buddy class. (Please see the Dates for the Diary letter issued at the start of each term). We have chosen “Farm to Fork” as the topic of our assembly. Parents and family member are welcome to attend. The hall doors will be open from 2pm with our presentation starting at 2.15pm.

Have a lovely weekend!

Miss Shimmield

Assembly Performance

Please see below for a post about our class assembly! This performance will involve P1 pupils and P2 pupils. All family members are welcome if they can make it – but we do understand that it is during the working day.

Primary Two's Tremendous Learning!

We have been working STUPENDOUSLY hard for our upcoming assembly. We are so excited to share our learning about Farm to Fork to our families and the school.

Assembly will commence at 2:15 on Monday the 2nd of December. Family and friends welcome :)!

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Dress Down for Chocolate Day

Milton of Leys Primary School

Please don’t forget – tomorrow we have our house morning and MOL’s first ever Dress Down for Chocolate Day!

To support the Parent Council Christmas Fayre we are asking that each child brings a small donation of chocolate or sweets for the tombola at the fayre this Saturday.

Funds from Parent Council organised events such as the Christmas Fayre go towards supporting every child at the school in many different ways throughout the year, including at this time of year the Christmas parties for all pupils and gifts for children from nursery-P2.

House captains are busy organising tomorrow’s house morning and pupils can come to school in their own non-uniform clothes and wearing their house colours if they choose.

Thank you in advance for your support – we’re looking forward to seeing everyone dressed down and supporting the Parent Council at the same time. Thank you.

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