Come and join us…Friday 18th August at 2pm….End of First Week Celebrations!

Just a reminder to all parents (and family and friends!) that we will be celebrating the end of our first full week on Friday 19th August at 2pm in the Gym Hall. The children have been rehearsing and practising puting on a variety of different forms of entertainment. Entry is free and we would love to see as many of you as possible to help us mark the end of a most successful first four days of Milton of Leys Primary!

Entry to the school is via the door beside the gym hall from 1.50pm onwards.

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Over the current school closure, please contact your child’s class teacher by email if you have any queries about online learning. If you have any other concerns, please contact Meg Snedden, Acting Head Teacher, using the following email: meg.snedden@highland.gov.uk

5 thoughts on “Come and join us…Friday 18th August at 2pm….End of First Week Celebrations!

  1. Dear Mr Quigley, I would just like to say….thank you and what a wonderful performance the Children of Milton of leys put on this afternoon, I was amazed how well they all performed, how proud they are of their new school. The staff at Milton of Leys are certainly know to motivate children and your unexhaustable energy really shows through. Well done to all I am proud to have my son attend your school.

    Regards S. Cameron (mum of Fraser Cameron p1b)
    Also the poor caretaker who I noticed remained calm throughout his busy afternoon despit the teething problem of the week

    • Thank you for the lovely comment! It was a fantastic way to finish off the week and have the children leave school with a huge smile on their face!

  2. Thank you Mr Quigley and your staff for such a great afternoon yesterday – I can’t think of a better way to end the first ever week at Milton of Leys Primary School. The children were all so vey well presented and behaved impeccably and to think that they only had a few days to rehearse their ‘acts’ – you must be very proud.

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