Planting trees at the Tree Nursery!

On the 3rd of March we all walked to the forestry from the school to see Tasha and she met us at the gate with Coby (her dog). Last year we planted some hazel trees and when we came back this year we found that some of the trees that we planted had grown. We…

The Big Garden Birdwatch

Norah, the ranger, came into school to talk to us about the big garden birdwatch which is happening on the 16th February. She first of all showed us a couple of bird books and spoke about birds that you can find on Eigg and what they eat. She brought three bird feeders to the school…

Fun in the snow!

It was snowing and it was really beautiful outside and it was nice and thick, fresh and slippy! We slid down the hill using yellow bags and other things we could find. Tadhgan was very fast! Some people had snow ball fights. We were a bit sad when Mr Merrick called us into class. It…

Cutting down the school Christmas tree

We crossed the road then we went into the forestry and we searched and searched for the perfect Christmas Tree for our school. Tadhgan found the one but the girls had concerns. They thought they had found one better but it wasn’t the one! The one that Tadhgan found was more full and then we…

Nursery – Fire making & marshmallow melting fun!

The nursery children had a great time learning about how to make a fire and fire safety. They started with collecting sticks of different sizes and tearing up bits of paper to get the fire going. They created a safety circle that could only be entered one at a time. Katrin used cotton wool, Vaseline…

Active Advent Calendar

The children have created an active advent calendar. Each day has a different activity for them to do. Today Oran picked the 1st stocking which meant everyone did 15 star jumps!

Our Enterprise Project – Tea Towels

Check out our new Eigg Primary tea towels! As part of our enterprise project we decided that we would like to design and make new school tea towels. We each did a self portrait and then drew every staff in the school including Angie’s dog haha. We decided on 100% cotton, made in the UK…