3rd April 2017
Bring your item for display to the school gym. The door onto the playground will be open from 8.30am.
As a family or individually, create a decorated egg for display
Make an Easter bonnet
Traditionally Smithton families are fantastically creative at this time of year so feel free to get the whole family to join in!
Mark your item clearly with your family names and all children and their classes that took part.
All will get the opportunity to see each other’s creations during the day and they will be returned on Monday afternoon at home time.
I have received a couple of emails about children at Smithton Primary and I thought I would share the comments.
Four pupils visited Drummond Special School in order to meet some children there and help promote the Elsie Normington Foundation. Saul, (P4/5), Oliver (P5), Fiona and Demi-Leigh (P6) were chosen by Mr Speakman to go.
Helen, a teacher at Drummond, said ”Your four pupils were an absolute credit to you . They were very polite, lovely with our youngsters and I think they had a good time themselves. They said they would like to come back again sometime so I hope that we can arrange this again. ”
The school was also visited by John Darcy, NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children). John said,
Just a note to thank Mr Hardie and staff for their warm welcome and support at school both yesterday and on the 6th when I spoke to P1 –P3 pupils . Both assemblies were notable for not just excellent behaviour in big assemblies but for their attention and engagement making it both an easy and enjoyable experience for me .In addition I would draw your attention to the excellent engagement in all three workshops with many pupils putting forward varied and mature contributions on challenging subjects ,which says a great deal for the school as such issues are obviously tackled already in school .
Donations have totalled almost £300! Thank you so much for donating to Comic Relief!
Well done to this weeks Star Awards! Very well deserved!
A reminder to wear something red tomorrow and bring £1 to help raise money for Comic Relief!
A massive well done to all the children who competed in the McRobert’s Cup yesterday.Everyone tried their very best and behaved brilliantly! So proud of you all.
Results McRobert’s Cup Results
Good luck To Bobbi-Louise and Mille who are competing at the Cheer Festival in Inverness today!