The New School Day

The School Day


9.06am – School Begins for Children

10.40am – 10.55am – Break for P-13

11.00am – 11.15am – Break P4-7

12.10pm – Lunch for P1-3

12.45pm – Lunch for P4-7

1.30pm – End of Lunch Break

3.30pm – End of School Day



9.06am – School Begins for Children

10.45-11.00 – Whole School Break


12.10pm – Lunch for P1-3

12.45pm – Lunch for P4-7  (Children may go home at this time, with note from parents/carers)

1.15pm – End of School Day

Welcome to a New School Year!

We hope you all had a lovely Summer Holiday, and are looking forward to getting back into the swing!

Please click on the link to find a short update for parents for you to note at the start of term.

Extra Curricular Timetable

Please click here to view the Extra Curricular Timetable, from May to June

Newsletter No. 7

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Mod Blog

Words and Tunes for the Mod can be found on the Blog.  Please click the following link to access the Mod Blog.



Show Racism The Red Card Competition Winner

Louise Budge entered this competition, read what she said about it below:


“When Mrs MacVicar said that we had to draw a poster to show that Scotland is for everyone, I knew straight away that I wanted to draw a globe as the Scotland flag saying Scotland’s for all and putting the countries around it to show that everyone is equal.  Then Mrs MacVicar entered my painting into the Show Racism the Red Card competion and I was a finalist at Hampden Park, Glasgow.  I got a certificate and a prize of two cinema tickets.lousie.jpg

North of Scotland Cross Country Competition

Miss Mackenzie and Miss Macleod took a team of boys and girls to run in the Cross Country Competition in Alness.  Every runner did well with the best performers being Ross MacLeod who was placed 5th in the boys’ race and Chloe MacAskill who was 14th in the girls’ race.Alness boysAlness GirlsAlness Team

Newsletter No. 5

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Girls Shinty Tournament

Portree Primary had two teams taking part in the Lochcarron Camanachd sponsored, girls’ shinty tournament for the Dewar Shield. 12 teams took part and Portree A were the winners of the tournament beating Lochcarron A 3-1 in the final. Lauren Murchison was also the top scorer on the night.

World Book Day

We had great fun celebrating books this year.  P7 organised a lot of fun activities including a character hunt, a book quiz and of course, the Big Bedtime Read!

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