We are aware many P7 parents have paid lots of money towards the Lagganlia residential trip. We will be refunding all monies paid. I am sure you will appreciate this is not our top priority at the moment. We appreciate your patience. Take care.

Work Packs

Work packs will be prepared and be available for collection from school on Monday for all pupils from P1-P7. Collection times to follow but will most likely be from 11am onwards. Slots for classes will be given. If you or your child are unable to collect a pack please arrange someone on your behalf to collect. Thank you.

School Meals week beginning 23rd March

Provision for school lunches next week

There will be no lunches available on Monday.

Tuesday to Friday we will offer a grab and go option.

The sandwich choices on Tuesday and Thursday will be ham or cheese.

On Wednesday and Friday the choices will be tuna or cheese.

All pupils from P1-P3 are entitled to a lunch as are all pupils from P1-P7 who are provided with a free school meal.

If you are in the above categories and would like to collect a lunch please do so from the staff entrance to the canteen between 11am and 12 noon.


School will be closed to ALL pupils next week. We are awaiting further guidance from the council and a letter will be sent out early this evening.

Thank you for your support and patience.

Mrs Fraser-Lee

P7 Pupils

We will not be signing sweatshirts tomorrow – partly because the optimist in me thinks we might be back at school before you leave us and partly because I don’t want your last memory of Beauly Primary to be only a few of you together in these very surreal circumstances. Tomorrow will not be your last time in Beauly Primary. When all this has passed, whenever that may be, we will have a gathering and celebration for you all to come together once more. That is when you can sign your jumpers and have fun with us all. Xx

The weeks ahead

Dear Parents,

If you find yourself faced with the daunting prospect of homeschooling please stop and breathe – advice we have used in school frequently in the last few days.

The current news is overwhelming. Next week would have been all about Spring, Easter Assemblies and crafts and winding down after a long term of hard work.

The following two weeks are holidays.

From the 14th April you will be given guidance from your school, local authority and your government so you are not alone.

We are all in this together and here to support each other albeit in a way perhaps unknown to us at the moment. We will all do our very best to help in any way we can but be patient as we find our way ahead.

Take care of yourselves and your wonderful children.

From all the Beauly Staff xx