Please note that if you require Breakfast and/or Afterschool club going into next term, you must complete an August booking form which can be found below:
With only 3.5 days left of primary school for P7 I wanted to pop up a few reminders.
Please ensure you take your Chromebook AND your charger to school on Monday. We will keep Chromebooks and chargers in school for the rest of the week. When you start at The I.R.A/Millburn in August you will be issued with a new Chromebook.
Please return the empty art folders to Miss Hutcheson on Monday.
P7 Water Party – Monday 1st July, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
P7 are invited to return to school at 6:30pm for their leaver’s party. P7 should arrive in clothes that they are happy to get wet in. P7 are encouraged to bring their own water pistols, toys, etc… Please remember to take a towel, full change of clothes and shoes to get changed into for going home dry. We will have a BBQ and party food.
P7 Leavers’ Assembly – Wednesday 3rd July, 1:45pm
A wee reminder to parents and carers that P7 will host their Leavers’ Assembly on Wednesday 3rd July, starting at 1:45p.m. Doors will open at 1:30p.m. Please enter the gym-hall via the doors at the canteen side of the hall. Aidan will be there to pipe you in!
P7 pupils, please remember to wear black/gray trousers, white top as well as your leaver’s hoodie for the assembly on Wednesday.
Fantastic results yesterday for our MOL P4/5 and P6/7 teams both winning the 2019 Summer Cup.
P7’s finishing their time as MOL players on a high ⚽️ Big thanks to coach Alex as this was also his last tournament, always encouraging and believing in the boys he will be missed by team MOL ⚽️
P6/7 coach Alex said…….A truly amazing and fitting way to finish our season!
We limped through the group stage and then Came alive in the knock outs!
We beat p7’s cradlehall in the 1/4 with a tidy goal from Jamie! But the teams work rate went to another level in the knock outs! An we dug in to claim victory!
The semi we played and defended really well against the allstar and went to penalties!
But this seems to be our forte as Caleb scores first
Cole put to bed his fear of missing to score our second
Tyler made a truly amazing save to deny allstars second
Owen in true Owen fashion buried his penalty (never misses)
Jamie slotted our 4th
And allstar there final penalty
Mol 4 allstars 2
On to the final we marched
Against a very good kinmylies side but a returning Shaun Clare scores our first and Caleb with a long throw hit of a defender giving us a 2 goal cushion!
Our defence held strong and we won 2-0
P4/5 coach Kenzie said…….This morning we had 2 teams at the summer Cup.
Team 2 played well in their mini league but unfortunately didn’t get the rub of the green in some of their games Ruairaidh scored a brilliant goal in 1 of the games and the excitement in there faces after was great to see, Cole was superb in goals Today’s team was Cole, James, Finlay, Brodie, Cian, Maya, Filip, Ryan Morrison and Ruairaidh.
The other team what can I say
They played 7 games and more they played the better they got without hitting top gear.
In their mini league they played
Mol 1 crown 0. Ryan m ⚽
Mol 0 merkinch 2
Mol 2 Farr 0 Jamie ⚽ Fraser ⚽
Mol 1 Gaelic Jamie ⚽
That set up a Quater final against Holm with shaun ⚽ scoring the only goal
The semi final seen us come up against lochardil with a lot of fouls against our boys and with Frasers ⚽ bullet finish we made it to the Final.
In the final we came up against a merkinch team that beat us earlier we changed personnel around and scored an early goal through a fantastic finish by Ryan Moffat ⚽ and with caleb ⚽ scoring a 🌼 cutter that bobbles over the keeper it gave us a lead which we defended to become champions.
Thanks to all involved ⚽️
Peter Murphy, Branch Manager at YourMove, set us a challenge as part of our Bee Brilliant project. The challenge, ‘Design a perfect property for a Queen Bee.’ The P6s looked at all the features used in property schedules and then used what they learned to produce their own property schedules for a Queen Bee. Peter came in today to judge the entries. He was really impressed with the level of attention to detail. He chose three winners who each received a £10 gift card for Waterstones, the prizes were donated by YourMove.
1st place was Olivia, 2nd place was Keita and 3rd place was Ava H. (Unfortunately Ava H was not in for the photo).
Peter took quite a few of the schedules away to display them in the Inverness YourMove branch – he really was impressed. And a special thanks went to Iona for noticing that YourMove were misspelling Inshes in their property schedules.
Thank you Peter and thank you P6 for your efforts.
Tomorrow after school the P4-7 choir will be celebrating a year of music and teamwork!
Choir will be at the same time of 3pm and feel free to bring a snack of your choice. Well done for a marvellous year to all involved in the choir and we hope to see you all taking part next year.
Also, a huge thanks to Tracey Walsh who has put so much time, effort and creativity in to our choir this year! You have taught us so much and the choir and Miss Mackenzie are very grateful.
See you all tomorrow!
Miss M 🙂
Following interviews yesterday, the Area Office are delighted to inform us that Mrs Snedden has been appointed to the post of Acting Head Teacher at Milton of Leys Pr.
This appointment will begin in August to replace Mr Quigley who departs MOL at the end of this term to take up a secondment.
As you will recall, Mrs Snedden was appointed to the permanent post of Depute Head on Monday, and therefore, this post will be filled on a temporary basis from August and we will update you once we know how this will be filled.
We’re sure you will join with us in wishing Mrs Snedden all the best for this post!
We have been invited to assist with The Co-op community clean up taking place on Thursday 27th June.
Every class will take a turn helping in the community by litter picking. Pupils will be provided with gloves and litter pickers. We will start at 9:20a.m. and rotate every 20 minutes until 2:40p.m. with the exception of break and lunch time.
If parents, carers, family or friends are available to help us clean up the community in partnership with The Co-op please do pop along! If you have any queries or questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with your child’s class teacher.
Following interviews this morning, I am delighted to announce that Mrs Snedden has been appointed to the post of permanent Depute Head Teacher.
This is a very important appointment for the school and will ensure that the school’s leadership structure is beginning to take shape nicely with an experienced and very capable appointment.
Watch this space for more staffing news as the week progresses!
Good morning everyone.
Unfortunately due to the met office weather warnings for today we have taken the decision to postpone our trip to Whin Park.
We will try to reschedule this trip for a day that is more appropriate and won’t be raining all day.
Please pass on the message to any parents that aren’t on our blog and we will keep you updated on what date we reschedule our trip for.
Mrs Macaulay, Miss Shimmield and Miss Grant.
The Summer Reading Challenge is being supported by our local libraries and they would love for you to visit over the Summer holidays!
The children just need to visit a library and register from 22nd June onwards. They get a wee booklet to keep a track of their reading. The children need to read 6 library books before the end of the holidays. For every book they read there are stickers to collect. If they complete the challenge, they will receive a medal and certificate. Please see the leaflet below for full information!