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14 January 2021Covid updates

Please see new tab to the left of the page  - Covid updates.

Here you will be able to access current communication with regard to Covid including our remote learning statement, remote learning guide and interventions to minimise the risk of Covid for those attending school.  

15 December 2020Win a Robertson’s Larder Goodie Bag!

 

 

We have been gifted a beautiful bag filled with goodies from the fantastic people at Robertson’s Farm Shop in Beauly.

We are going to run a 100 square for the chance to win. Please email the school if you would like a square and we will get your child to choose an available square for you. It is £1 per square. We will be choosing the winning square on Thursday at 2pm and would love to have all the squares filled if possible! Proceeds from this will go towards our fundraising efforts for Cash for Kids.

We have already raised over £200 from over the 2 schools which is an amazing achievement!

11 December 2020MFR Mission Christmas

Both schools have been working hard on their MFR Cash for kids Mission Christmas enterprise.

Well done to the children for their hard work and to all of the parents and families who have placed orders. 

The production line has been extremely busy. 

Fantastic teamwork as ever!!!

 

 

 

 

 

03 December 2020Cash for Kids Christmas Appeal

We are proud to be supporting the Cash for Kids Mission Christmas Appeal this year. We are working hard on our recipe book and hope to start production at the start of next week. A HUGE thank you to everyone who has given us recipes.

We are having a Christmas Jumper Day on Wed 16th December. Please wear a Christmas Jumper and bring £1 if you can to support Cash for Kids. We are also collecting cash/gift donations that we will then get to a drop off point. These can be handed in anytime.

23 November 2020Staffing update

Staffing

We warmly welcome Mrs. Barclay who will cover for Mrs. Bilsland in the P1-4 class (Mon – Wed)

Miss Reid returns from her maternity leave on Friday 4th December and will teach the P1-4 class on Thursdays and Fridays.

Miss Reid plans to use her accrued annual leave so that she can initially return to teaching two days a week, she will return to three days a week in March.

Mrs. Kennedy will teach the P5-7 class on a Monday, until Miss Reid returns to the class.

17 November 2020Speed Limit at Mulbuie

I am delighted to report that after some years of persistance, the speed limit outside Mulbuie Primary is now 40mph.  

This will certainly go some way to making the road at the front of the school safer.  Thanks to all who supported with this and made this happen.

 

Please keep to the safer speed of 20 mph at times when there are children out and about.

17 November 2020Parents Meetings

Following the message below, I can confirm that Parents' Meetings at Mulbuie and Ferintosh will take place this term via a phone call with the class teacher.

Please keep an eye out for the email containing a Google Form to book a phone slot.

17 November 2020Parental Engagement

Message from the Local Authority

Parental engagement/evening update:

As an Authority we are working with our schools to ensure they feel supported in a time of great uncertainty. The Health and Wellbeing of our staff is paramount right now. Parental engagement is key. However, many factors need to be taken into account this year where face to face consultation is not possible.

Following consultation with union representatives, it has been agreed that Highland Council will proceed with a small number of schools to take part of a virtual parent engagement/evening trial. This is to make sure that a preferred system/platform works well and that there are no issues from either school or parent perspective. A mixture of primary and secondary schools in Mid, South and West areas have agreed to take part in this trial throughout November.

Once this trial has been completed further engagement with Head Teachers, parents and Unions will take place, with a decision made in how to move forward with virtual parental engagement. The timing of this pilot may mean that  this type of school engagement may not take place until  term 3.

Schools will have different approaches to parental engagement and these will vary between schools. This decision lies with the individual school and is supported by Local Authority.

16 November 2020Mulbuie Christmas Decorations

A very lovely parent at Mulbuie has made some beautiful tartan decorations as a fund raiser for the school.  

Hearts are £3 each and trees are £2.50.  

Please place orders through the school office.  There are a limited number so they will be sold on a first come first served basis.

All orders will be quarantined before dispatch so do not worry if you do not get your decorations immediately.

 

16 November 2020Scottish Child Payment

Applications are now open for a new benefit - The Scottish Child Payment - a payment for families on certain benefits or tax credits.

Eligible families will get £40 every four weeks for each child under six.

Find out more at mygov.scot/benefits or call 0800 182 2222.

11 November 2020Head Teacher Appointment

Following interviews yesterday, Mrs Bilsland will be acting up as Head Teacher at Mulbuie and Ferintosh until a permanent Head Teacher is appointed.  This position will be advertised hopefully by the end of this month.

Mrs Bilsland’s start date will be the 23rd November.

 

11 November 2020After School Activities

Highlife Highland are running Multi Sports sessions for children within the Ferintosh Community Council Area, which includes children at both Mulbuie and Ferintosh Primaries.

Sessions are FREE and can be booked at:

Primary 1-3 Tuesday 4-4.45pm Culbokie Football Club Cage at the park

https://booking.highlifehighland.com/guest-activities/3257/

Primary 4-7 Tuesday 5-6pm Culbokie Football Club Cage at the park

https://booking.highlifehighland.com/guest-activities/3258/

27 October 2020October Dress Up Day

Dear Parents/Guardians,

On Friday 30th October, we are having a halloween day. We would please ask all children participating to bring their facemasks (safety for non-cook baking!). If you have them, please bring safe children's pumpkin carving implements. If they desire children may come to school wearing a costume. However, please don’t wear any scary or gory costumes, as the nursery and some little ones may be frightened. Face paint is allowed. 

 

Sincerely, the Pupil Leadership Team at Mulbuie

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