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P7 leavers at Mulbuie Primary make mark as ‘friendly and hard-working’ at school


By Iona M.J. MacDonald

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Mulbuie Primary School 2024 P7 leavers: Lola McMillan, Ria Macpherson, Ella Soffe, Tylor MacDonald, Sian Fobbester and Duncan Forth. Picture: Mulbuie Primary School.
Mulbuie Primary School 2024 P7 leavers: Lola McMillan, Ria Macpherson, Ella Soffe, Tylor MacDonald, Sian Fobbester and Duncan Forth. Picture: Mulbuie Primary School.

The P7 class at a Black Isle primary school are preparing to say farewell, after making their mark as a “friendly, responsible and hard-working” year-group.

Mulbuie Primary School on the Black Isle will soon be saying goodbye to their P7s, as the youngsters prepare to move up to high school.

The P7 year-group have proved themselves to be “friendly, responsible and hard-working” during their time at the school, where they will be “really missed”.

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The class’ teacher said: “The P7s at Mulbuie have been a friendly, responsible and hard-working group. They will really be missed by the Mulbuie community, and we wish them all the best as they move on to the Academy. Good luck P7!”

Many of the youngsters will enjoy a seven-week-long summer holiday, before begining S1 at Dingwall Academy.

Mrs Forbes, acting headteacher of Mulbuie Primary School, added: “I really enjoyed spending time with you on the residential and if you tackle future challenges the way you did the residential, I am sure you will fly!”


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