After the success of last year’s trip to Loch Eil, I have the privilege of representing our school at Buckingham Palace today.
The real credit goes to Miss McNee, Mrs Sheilds and our pupils who spoke so engagingly at a recent Head Teacher conference and who impressed the Loch Eil staff so much with their grit, endeavour and positive attitudes.
No cameras inside so no chance of a selfie with a tiara, but I’ll keep you posted!
More from Prof. John Hattie, endorsing our learning and teaching policy at Crown School.
Hope you are having a super break.
A huge well done to all the pupils who came to training every week. They got a massive round of applause at assembly.
Congratulations to the competitors at recent event- Crown Girls’ Team got bronze medals- well done!
Thanks to our parent helpers for their time and this photograph 🙂
Over the school year we hold a number of events at the school to raise money. We are sure that everyone is interested as to what the money is spent on. There are always funds needed for school buses, extra craft materials etc, but this year we have a large goal to achieve, which will benefit all the school pupils. The All Weather Pitch is in dire need of re-surfacing, as you can see in the photo, this is only part of it. If we can raise a substantial amount of money we are more likely to have a strong case to match fund it.
Please support the school as much as you can, be it giving a little of your time to help at an event or putting aside items that can be donated to the Christmas or Summer Fayre. If you have any fundraising ideas or would like to come along to the SOCS fundraising meetings, just look out on the blog for the date.
Two very happy hockey coaches after the amazing performance by the Crown Hockey team last Saturday! All of the children were impeccably behaved – great positivity was shown especially by Erin, the goalkeeper who took on the usually unwanted role with a smile! Matthew also showed great sportsmanship as he immediately went to check if a boy from the opposite team was alright after a sore fall! Grace also demonstrated great team skills, involving everyone in the fun on the sidelines and boosting confidence of others on the pitch.
It’s a pleasure to coach them and Cameron and I will be able to continue the club, starting back the first Friday after the October holidays.
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Evie and Izzy were packed into Ms Macdonald’s car along with a mountain of kind donations.
The Highland Homeless Trust were delighted to receive so many bags of generosity.
Thanks to P5 and P5/6 for their uplifting Harvest Assembly. Thanks to Woodlands Centre who also collected on our behalf.