Our last assembly of 2016/2017 was this morning. It is with a very sad heart that we are saying goodbye to our longest running member of staff Mrs Bagshaw. Over her 26 years at Meethill her contribution to the school has been considerable. Enjoy your retirement Mrs Bagshaw and don’t forget to come and visit us!
The overall winning house for the year with 734 points are ……………………………. the DIAMONDS!
Second were Emeralds with 688 points, third were the Rubies with 684 points and fourth were the Sapphires with 640 points.
The winning Sports Day house this year with 457 points are ……………………….. the DIAMONDS!
Second were the Rubies with 414 points, third were the Sapphires with 393 points and fourth were the Emeralds with 373 points.
We are all very proud of the Meethill School Choir who performed at the Inspiring Aberdeeshire event on Friday 23rd June at Haddo House.
Primary 2/3 and Mrs Barbour along with some parent helpers have been working very hard on creating a new wildlife garden for the whole school to enjoy. It is looking great and the children had loads of fun getting very muddy! Well done all!
A huge well done to Shonie for all her achievements in long distance running.
Well Done to Arran who was voted player of the Year with AFC under 12’s Football Team.
Well done to the Meethill Marvels playing in their first Football Gala on 20.5.17
The Primary 1 boys team did exceptionally well to win runners up in the final of the Gala.
Ranger Events and Activities in June 2017
“One-Two-Three! Once upon a time…”
It’s the way a story starts whenever the Pied Pipers perform.
The Pied Pipers are a children’s theatre troupe from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. The Pipers are improvisational, with every performance being a different and delightful blend of familiar fairy and folk tales, nursery rhymes, poems, games and songs. Every performance is designed for the age and number of children.
On Wednesday 10th May Meethill had a visit from the Pied Pipers all the way from the United States of America. P5/6 had great fun in a workshop following their performance.