Portree Primary Prize-giving – 1st July 2015 – Portree Community Centre

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Portree Primary Prize Giving

Portree Primary Prize Giving will be held in the Community Centre today and will begin at 9.45am sharp!


Primary 7 went paintballing!

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Keeping Portree tidy!

On Friday the whole-school took part in a litter pick in various places in and around Portree. I think everyone was pleasantly surprised by the lack of litter there was to pick! Well done everyone! Let’s keep our village tidy!

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Family Ceilidh


Support the Skye Camanachd Team


Lauren and Emma’s Garden

Lauren Murchison and Emma Gunn from P5/6 created a fairy garden in Gardening club.

This is how they did it.

First we painted the toadstool red and white, then we made a clay door with Mrs MacVicar the art teacher.  Mrs MacVicar put it in the kiln to fire it and when it was ready we painted and decorated them.

We got to pick where we wanted it in the garden.  We placed the toadstool in the garden and we planted a flower.  Finally we put wood around the area and sprinkled sand inside it.  It was good fun and we surprised Ingrid and Ginger.

By Lauren and Emma

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Over this session Primary 3 have been trialling a mental maths program called Sumdog.  This has led to increased motivation and accuracy in mental maths. As class teacher it has been fantastic to see how excited the children get about maths. The class have evaluated this program with positive responses – they love it! The school received excellent feedback from parents too.

P3 entered a Highland wide schools contest through the facility of Sumdog. 36 schools took part which included 379 pupils.  Daily winner’s – P3 achieved 1st place on Tuesday 9th and 3rd place overall.

Artur Milczarek achieved  6th place overall.artur

Gold Sports Scotland Flag

Portree Primary School were awarded their Gold Sports Scotland flag at a ceremony in the school recently. Gary Reid from Sports Scotland, presented the flag to a group of pupils, a group of coaches and the H.T. Also involved were Steven Holmes, the Development Officer for P.E. in Highland Council and Mags Young, from Highlife Highland.


Bikeability Scotland

Bikeability Scotland is a cycle training scheme designed to give children the skills and confidence they need both to cycle safely on the roads, and to encourage them to carry on cycling into adulthood.  Bikeability Scotland is managed by Cycling Scotland. Our P7 children were supported this year by Donnie G MacDonald, Debbie MacDonald, Sandra Dickson, Father Williams, Andrew Shaw, Linda Allen, Vicki MacLean, Robert MacAskill, Maureen MacLean and Sandy Gray.

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