Remembering the Good Old Days at Sgoil Airidhanthuim!

24 April 2017

Airidhantuim Primary School

Remembering Airidhantuim School - rescheduled!

15th December 2011

Last Thursday's storm meant that the planned ceilidh at Airidhantuim School sadly had to be cancelled at short notice. Undeterred, the event has now been rescheduled to Thursday 15th December!

The teachers, pupils and parents from Airidhantuim School again invite past and present pupils and staff to attend and share their school memories.

Can you remember your favourite playground game, lessons and teacher?

Do you have a vivid memory of an event that occurred at the school?

Perhaps you remember particularly bad weather affecting schoolwork during your time at Airidhantuim?

All memories and stories are welcomed, you may well share something that has been forgotten by others!

Members of Ness Historical Society have been busy collecting and copying class photographs from over the years. The school and Society are still keen to find more photographs, records and memorabilia that can form the basis of a final exhibition to be shown in the school before it closes next year.

The afternoon will start at 3.15pm until 5.15pm and tea and coffee will be served.

The project is being supported by funding from Bòrd na Gàidhlig with practical assistance from the ERDF-funded Tasglann nan Eilean Siar (Hebridean Archives).

Notes

Tasglann nan Eilean Siar is the Archive Service for the Western Isles. Funded by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, the European Regional Development Fund and Comunn na Gàidhlig it is working to identify archive collections and promote access to these through working with public authorities, historical societies, businesses and archive custodians across the Western Isles. www.cne-siar.gov.uk/archives

Sgoil Airidhantuim

A' Cuimhneachadh Sgoil Airidhantuim - Ceann-là ùr!

15mh Dùbhlachd 2011

Ri linn na stoirm an t-seachdain a chaidh, b' fheudar an cèilidh aig Sgoil Airidhantuim a bhith air a chur dheth. A dh'aindeoin seo, tha an tachartas a-nis a' dol air adhart air Diardaoin 15mh den Dùbhlachd.

Tha tidsearan, sgoilearan agus pàrantan Sgoil Airidhantuim a-rithist a' toirt cuireadh do sgoilearan an-diugh agus an-dè a thighinn còmhla gus bruidhinn air cuimhneachan làithean na sgoile.

Eil cuimhne agaibh air a' ghèam sgoile, na leasanan agus an tidsear a b' fheàrr leibh?

Eil cuimhne bhrìgheil agaibh air tachartas a thachair san sgoil?

Is dòcha gu bheil cuimhne agaibh air fìor dhroch aimsir a' thug buaidh air nur n-obair sgoile nuair a bha sibh aig Sgoil Airidhantuim?

Thathar a' cur fàilte air cuimhneachan agus sgeulachdan sam bith, agus 's mathaid gun toir sibh rudeigin ri cuimhne dhaoine eile!

Tha Comann Eachdraidh Nis air a bhith trang a' cruinneachadh agus a' dèanamh leth-bhreacan air dealbhan chlasaichean bho dhiofar bhliadhnachan. Tha an sgoil agus an Comann fhathast airson barrachd deilbh, cunntasan agus buill-àrsaidh a lorg a bhios na phàirt de thaisbeanadh a bhios ga shealltainn sa sgoil mas tèid a dhùnadh an ath' bhliadhn'.

Tòisichidh am feasgar aig 3.15f gu ruige 5.15f agus bidh teatha agus cofaidh ri fhaighinn.

Tha taic ga chuir ris a' phròiseact le Bòrd na Gàidhlig agus taic phractaigeach bho Tasglann nan Eilean Siar, maoinichte leis an ERDF.

 

 

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