We are having a competition to see who can design the best gala poster for the Muir of Ord gala. P3 to P7 from Mulbuie and Tarradale Primaries are entering the competition. Whoever wins will have their poster put up all around the village to advertise the gala. Emily & Rachel P4
In our topic we are learning about the human skeleton. The skull is what holds the head and neck together. The skull covers your brain. The skull is the hardest part in the body. The legs carry you around all day. One bone in your leg is called the tibia. Also your knee cap is called the patella. The other side of your leg is called the fibula. The ankle is called the malleoli. The ankle joins the foot and the leg together. This is Seddrick our class skeleton Chantelle & Jemma P4
On Friday 24th April the Dingwall Academy orchestra came to Tarradale Primary to play for us. There were flutes, trumpets, cellos, violins and lots more other instruments! They played a ton of lovely tunes which included Star Wars, Pocahontas, Happy by Pharrell Williams and the theme to Game of Thrones as well as many other tunes. Our thoughts were amazing when they had finished. Holly & Poppy Blog Group
The Nursery are doing a bake sale for the whole school. Children have brought money in for the bake sale. The cakes are 50p. They are having a sale so that they can buy nice things to brighten up the school garden. Eve & Taylor P4
Well done to everyone who contributed to Red Nose Day. We managed to raise £430.90! Thanks to the fundraising group for helping to organise everything.
All of the classes were practising Tai Chi with a man called Douglas. Some fell over, some stood up strong. Some were doing it fast and others slow. It was really cool, fun and a bit of exercise for us children. We had to do it well because at the end of the week we all had to do it as a school. I wonder if Chinese kids would do Highland dancing? Holly P4 & Poppy P6.