Car Park Big Tidy

We have had so many positive comments about the car park and area at the front of the school since the big tidy last Friday and Saturday. This would not have been possible without the sheer hard work and determination of the many families, friends and members of the wider community who came to help out. We are so grateful for everyone’s time and are very proud of the results. Thank you to Miss Hutcheson too for masterminding the big tidy project. We look forward to further developing the area in due course with landscaping and planting of bulbs to add colour to our school front. The pictures below speak for themselves and show the tremendous transformation which has taken place. We would like to thank everyone who has been involved and special thanks to the following for giving so much of their time and experience to help make a success of the project, and demonstrating the power of teamwork! So thank you to: Nicola, Andrew and Ryan Morrison; Barry and Isla Mackay; Alistair, Louise, Niamh and Robert MacMillan; Jane Burns and the Lifescan Volunteers, Karen Grant, Martin Dowd, Sophie MacLeod, Francis McCaffrey, Simon Ballingall, Nick Barker; Kirsteen and Emily Williamson; Cheries, Colby and Tori Dutton; Nadia, Malcolm and Ramsay Nicol; Lindsey Mitchell, Iain and Fraser Imlack; Sharon, Callum and Harry Dalgarno; Alasdair, Morag, Fraser, Ross and Rowan Mort; Innes and Shaun Mackenzie; Anna, Garry and Daniel Anderson; Matthew and Natasha from the Co-op; and Mr Geddes. Thank you too to the staff members who gave up their free time to help, ECO prefects Struan and Ava and the pupils of P5/6 who did the final litter clear of the bank by the MUGA. What a great job!

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