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Inverness primary to mark its 80th anniversary with 'its family'

By Erin Miller

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Pupils take centre stage.
Pupils take centre stage.

Former staff and pupils will return to visit an Inverness primary as it marks its 80th anniversary.

Dance workshops, ice cream treats and a special mass are among a week of activities for St Joseph’s RC Primary School from October 2.

The mass at St Mary’s Church will be at 1pm on October 4 and is seen as a highlight, with everyone welcome.

St Joseph’s RC Primary School.
St Joseph’s RC Primary School.

Joint acting head and depute headteacher Carolyn Brown said: “Our link with the Catholic Church is the main continuation, our faith following.

"We always feel like we are really united together as a family and a community with our parish.

"The feeling of family and community is a big focus.

“It is important for us to celebrate this occasion and for us to look at the past and see where we have come from and where we are today."

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