Week 2 comes to an end

A wee post with some pictures to capture some of the learning at MOL in the second week of our return to school. It’s so wonderful to see the children back in school, smiling, having fun and learning together again. From the end of next week, you’ll be able to connect with your child’s class on their own blog to keep up to date with all the learning that is going on. Meantime, we’ll keep updating on what is happening around the school on here! More pictures from other classes/year groups to follow over the coming days. We’ll also be back in touch next week with details of how to ‘Stay Connected’ with the school (class blogs, google classroom as well as here on our main school blog) and with more information about how we are progressing with our delivery of Highland Council’s Recovery Curriculum, including our focus on health & well-being for all and play in the younger years.

Many of you will be aware that we have an issue at the school with young people who have grown used to using the car park area as a skate/scooter park over the period of school closure and the summer holidays. Using skateboards and scooters throughout this area is unsafe for all, and the behaviour (language) can be inappropriate for our families and community. We are working with the police and community partners to solve the problem so that the young people (some of them former pupils at our school) move from this area and possibly to another designated area where they can skate/scoot safely away from the school. I would ask that if you know your child does use this area for skating/scooting that you let them know it is no longer possible to do so as schools are back and we don’t want an incident involving young people on their scooters/skateboards and our own MOL pupils, families and staff at the school.

I will provide updates on this, but meantime, I hope you have a relaxing weekend and look forward to seeing everyone again next week. Best wishes, Mrs Snedden

Stem bridge building, being honest drama and loop card challenge in P6



Indoors and outdoors – exploring, making friendships and learning in the younger years (and even virtual whole school assemblies with Mrs Snedden!)…



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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

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