Dear Parent or Guardian,
Thank you all for your help with Tsunami “No
Uniform Day.” The total raised was £330. The total raised so far by
schools in Highland is over £64,000.
Our new Library is now open and the children from nursery to primary seven
are thoroughly enjoying taking their books home.
My thanks goes to all the staff who helped set it
up. I also thank everyone who helped raise the money to buy all the new
Trip to Edinburgh
Our annual P7 trip to Edinburgh will take place during the week beginning
the 14th March. Every year the staff and children have a very enjoyable
time and I hope this year will be as good as all the other years.
Even although this will be my fifteenth time away, I always remember that
it is the first time for the children who are with us and for some it will
be the first time they have been away without their family.
We will be visiting Dynamic Earth, the new Parliament building, Coatbridge
Leisure Pool, New Lanark Heritage Village, Edinburgh Castle, a Dinosaur
Exhibition in the Chambers’ Street Museum, the Edinburgh Crystal Factory,
Insect World, Edinburgh Zoo and Deep Sea World. We will also be having a
game of bowling, taking part in a ghost walk and visiting the cinema.
All in all we will be having a very busy, but enjoyable time away.
We will be having our Easter service in the Bridge Street Church on
Thursday 24th. March, starting at 11.00am. I do hope as many possible join
us to celebrate this important festival.
A silver collection will be up lifted at the service in aid of local
Wick Accordion and fiddle Club
Our senior choir were invited to sing two songs for the above club on
Saturday 5th March at Wick High School. The choir performed very well and
their behaviour was of the usual high standard. Well done.
Wick Swimming Gala will take place on Friday 11th of March starting at
7.00pm and finishing at approximately 8.30 pm.
Tuesday 15th March P5 and P6 will attend the science festival at
Pulteneytown Academy and Wick High School.
We are having trouble finding people to stand in for the crossing
patroller when she is absent. If there is anyone out there who wishes to
be considered as a relief crossing patroller, could you please let us
Mr. M. Grant, photographer, will be in school on Tuesday 17th. May to take
class photographs, so children should wear their best smiles that day.