Welcome to the Beauly School Website

Beauly Primary School and Beauly Nursery provide a safe, nurturing, learning environment where all children are respected and valued. Our vision is to equip pupils with the skills – interpersonal, academic and practical to flourish in a changing society. We seek to motivate and develop pupils who are successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors and to foster a culture of achievement for all at the school.

Hopefully you will find everything you need to know about the school community on our Website.  Please also find our Blog below with current information about school events.  Here you will read about the wonderful learning experiences happening at Beauly Primary School.  Please feel free to leave a comment.


School Blog

Catch up tomorrow

I am aware that many of you will be worried with the current situation in school and how this will affect your own individual circumstances. I am also aware that […]

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Ryan’s Return Postponed!

In light of our current situation I have postponed the return of Ryan from Ross County until the week beginning 30th November. Sorry to disappoint our pupils but safety comes […]

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COVID 19

Please could all parents check email accounts for an information letter regarding Covid cases in school. Thank you.

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Children in Need

A huge well done to everyone today – the super amount of £253.51 was raised for Children in Need! Super effort and great fun had by all.

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Quote of the Week!

One of our house captains made me giggle this week ….”I underestimated the amount of work that being a house captains would result in!” I must have high expectations!!

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Thank you Logic Alarms!

A huge thank you to Logic Alarms in Beauly for donating masks for all pupils (and staff) from nursery to primary seven. Lots of fun decorating them in Children in […]

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Seffi Superstar

What a fabulous photo of Seffi and former pupil Oisin at Inverness Cathedral with their choir master. They were recording songs with Highland Voices for the Highland Hospice Campaign “To […]

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