Apple Crumble

Primary 5/6 made an apple crumble using apples from the school garden.

They read and followed the instructions and despite a few cut fingers it was a resounding success!

Comments included – ‘Better than my Mum’s!’ , ‘Better than shop bought crumble,’ and ‘Can I have some more?’

           

                                         

Beauly Primary on Twitter!

Our newly formed Digital Leaders would like to spread the word about our brand new Twitter page. Our page is to inform you and show you some of our fabulous learning. Please follow us and you might even get a follow back from us! Head over to twitter and search Beauly Primary School – you won’t regret it!

Thank you,

Digital Leaders

Primary 6 visit to the Archive Centre and Fort George

Primary 6 had an amazing day yesterday learning more about World War 2! In the morning, pupils had opportunity to handle historic documents and see where they are stored. They also discovered how damaged artefacts are restored at the Archive Centre in Inverness. In the afternoon, a visit to Fort George allowed further immersion in real life history. With dressing up in costumes, a guided tour of the museum and exploring the Fort itself proving to be fun, interesting and informative. Thanks to those at both venues for helping to make our school trip a huge success! Thanks also to Blake’s mum, Mrs Wright and Mrs Neil for giving their time to help the day run so smoothly.

DYW Assembly

Well done to all the children who made such an huge effort to come in dressed up as a member of the work force. We had a plethora of jobs from Builders, Nurses, Vets, Actors, Teachers, Mums, Artists and so much more. Here are some of the work force on parade at assembly:

 

Charleston Academy – science visit

Primary 6 thought the science experience today, run by Mr Sharkey and pupils from Charleston, was amazing and awesome!!

Primary 6 learned how to use microscopes and now know the names for parts of the microscope too.

A big thank you to those who visited Beauly and helped us with our learning.

Primary 6 outing

Primary 6 had a great day today at the RHET, Fun with Food and Farming at the Black Isle Showground. They learnt a lot about the different types of farming, investigated the vast range of foods/grains that Farmers’ produce. As well as discovering the economical aspects of farming and how important it is to support our local farmers.

Everyone  enjoyed the lambs and calves! 🙂

Here are a few pictures from our day out:

Sheep Shearing

Calves, one breed for milk the other for meat.

Making butter in the dairy.

Learning about bee keeping

Hay Bale wrapping.

where does the milk go?