Just a reminder that school finishes today at the usual time of 3pm.
We hope everyone has a well deserved break and we will see you back on Monday 25th October.
We are taking part in the Morrisons It’s Good to Grow scheme – collecting vouchers for gardening equipment.
Huge Congratulations to the 86 runners from Crown Families who took part in the Baxters 5km yesterday. A great morning and even the weather was good. Well done everyone!
See you all in March 2022 for the Inverness 5km.
Please find our latest Newsletter below, along with a copy of our School Improvement Plan.
As ever, we welcome your comments on all aspects of life at Crown Primary and Nursery – if you would like to get in touch please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a super weekend, everyone.
Last term we reminded everyone in school to be aware that some children and
adults in the building have allergies to some foods or food ingredients.
The food allergens above are some of the most common, but nuts in particular
can cause severe allergic reactions. The school canteen is nut-free (as far as
possible – some ingredients may contain traces), and we must be “nut
aware” throughout the rest of the school too. For this reason we have
updated our guidance to re-state that nuts should not be brought into
school for snack or lunch.
For the other foods mentioned above we all have a responsibility to ensure
that any food or snacks we bring to school that may contain these ingredients
are eaten and disposed of safely. We are clear that we do not allow
sharing of snacks at any time – and we would be grateful if you could
remind your children of this.
We must also take care to dispose of food wrappers carefully, as leaving
these on tables or floors could lead to someone with an allergy coming into
contact with traces of the allergens.
Please do contact the school at email@example.com
if you would like more information on our policy.
Thank you for your support in this matter.
It’s been a successful term for our new house teams. Everyone has been working hard to gather lots of points for their houses and the race for our winning house of the term is still a close one!
On Wednesday 6th of October we will be having a house celebration day.
Pupils are invited to come to school wearing their house colours and our house captains will be announcing the winning house at the end of break time.
- Cairngorms – Red
- Glen Affric – Green
- Loch Ness – Blue
- Ben Wyvis – Yellow
Pupils from the house with the most points this term will earn an extra 15 minutes play time so let’s all work really hard to gain as many house points as we can this week!
Good Luck teams!