SHIMCA 1 Ardconnel Terrace Directions

Link to location on Google Maps

We are the one with the blue door. You can either park you car at Eastgate, come out of M & S and walk up to Lloyds TSB on you right and Bank of Scotland & Royal Bank of Scotland on your left. The set of steps “Market Brae Steps” in the middle, walk up the Market Brae Steps until the top and you can see the building on your left.

If you prefer driving then you have to drive up the Crown passing the Midmills College, enter Charles Street when you see Chris Crook the Barber. At the top of Charles Street you can try and park at Hill Place or Raining Stairs Car Park or check if we have any space left on your
right. Car Parks are free after 6pm.

(We are the opposite end of Blind Craft Workshop)

Tymczasowa relokacja szkoły

Szkoła im. Św. Jana Pawła II w Inverness

Drodzy Rodzice!

Z powodu generalnego remontu szkoły podstawowej St Joseph’s, siedziba naszej szkoły tymczasowo będzie przeniesiona do siedziby Chińskiej SHIMCA
Pod adresem:


Link do lokacji na mapie Google
(Jest to budynek po prawej stronie z niebieskimi drzwiami)

Od 20go sierpnia włącznie do 5go listopada.
Termin ukończenia prac remontowych może ulec zmianie; może dłużej potrwać.
Z powodu braku miejsc w salach w SHIMCA, nie przyjmujemy nowych dzieci aż wrócimy do szkoły St Joseph’s.

Wszelkie zmiany i informacje będą dostępne na stronie Związku Polaków

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