Primary 6 held a debate about building more wind farms. The side against building more wind farms was the most persuasive and won the vote. However, after even more debate and discussion we held another vote and the class voted in favour of building more wind farms to provide clear, renewable energy.
Well done to Ian and Callum M P4 who were part of the Beauly and Ord shinty team who won the P4-5 indoor shinty championship in Fort William last weekend!
Well done to the Stars of the Week!
P1 – Kirsty
P1/2 – Jay
P2/3 – Amy
P3 – Jockris
P4 – Abbi
P5 – Kayleigh
P6 – Ruta
P7M – Demeris
P7H – Connor E
Well done to the following pupils who were chosen to represent Tarradale at next week’s cross country championship in Alness:
Leah M P4
Ross M P6
Megan P P7
Tutti Fruity Tuesday will begin on Tuesday 11th March. Gloria will be selling fruit at tuck or you can bring in a piece of fruit from home!
On Tuesday 4th March, there will be a selection on homemade pizzas on the menu (normal menu pizza and shepherd pie)
FRIENDS OF TARRADALE PARENT COUNCIL
Wednesday 26th February 2014 at 1.30pm at Tarradale School
1. Welcome and introductions
2. Minutes of previous meeting
3. Chairperson’s Report
4. Head Teacher’s Report
5. Treasurer’s Report
6. Reports from other groups
8. Date and time of next meeting
Thanks to everyone who brought in coins for the coin trail – we managed to get right the way round the school and we raised £157.19! The Fundraising Group.
Primary 4 are learning about Viking longships and Viking longhouses! Mia, Louise P4
We are the playground leaders!
Dressed in red for Valentine’s Day!
Today Gloria is making a special Valentine’s lunch for us. We are having pizza and chicken and for pudding we are having ice cream and a love heart shortbread biscuit. Mia, Louise P4
The Lego Club is a club for building Lego on Wednesday for P2-3 and on Friday for P4-6. P4 got new Lego for their Lego Club. We bought this with our enterprise money. Mrs Ross and Mrs Downie are in charge of the Lego.
Sam, Aaron P4
Each week the pupils can earn 45 minutes of golden time by keeping their five school rules:-
be responsible, be kind and caring, work hard, be polite and friendly and be the best that you can be.
Over the last month the children have enjoyed a wide variety of staff led activities including parachute games, modelling, hama bead creations, aboriginal art, making melted snowmen biscuits, potato printing, sewing, ‘Just Dance’ wii games along with free painting and free play activities. As you can see the children have a great time!