If you are visiting Tesco over July and August please vote for Craighill Primary School to help us fund John Muir Award for outdoor learning
Have placed a link to our Gaelic film today. It is password protected. The children might remember the password. If not we will remind them of the password next week so that you can watch it at home. Enjoy!
Lots of people came into school to talk to us about their jobs.
Running club will restart again on Wednesday the 14th of June and this time it is open to all Primary 1-7 pupils for the remainder of the term.
If you are interested in coming to Running Club and haven’t been before then please get a note from Baba at some point before the 14th of June.
Craighill Primary won the Tain ASG Scottish Country Dancing Competition at TRA!
Craighill’s Football Team travelled over 100 miles to Dundee last Tuesday to take part in the SFA Soccer 7s against teams from Perth, Dundee, Inverness, Aberdeen and the Western Isles. The team were accompanied by coaches Mr Mackay and Mark Macaulay along with a stronghold of parents who provided transport and excellent support for the players.
Craighill played 8 tough and competitive games where they managed to secure 3 impressive victories. Craighill finished 5th out of 9 teams and played some incredible football throughout the tournament. The passing skills were clearly evident throughout and in the end were unlucky not to record more victories.
The players involved learned a lot from the experience and will become footballers in the future. Their behaviour and attitude was exemplary as always with Craighill providing the other teams with small emblems wishing them good luck.
Craighill Primary School played their final warm up match against Park Primary before they head down to Dundee for the SFA Soccer 7s North Finals in Dundee on Tuesday.
Craighill scored 5 second half goals to earn a comprehensive and convincing 5-1 victory. The squad were also kitted out in their new strips which have been very kindly sponsored by Metal Work UK, ITP Solutions and Duncan Weymms Ltd. We would also like to thank the butchers and parents for their donations which has helped us to raise enough money for jackets as well!
Everyone at Craighill would like to wish the footballers the very best of luck. We are all extremely proud of their achievement.