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.
Not that I would ever encourage our pupils to pick wild flowers but this has well and truly made my day! Returned to my office to find this in front […]
We had a really interesting visit from our local firefighters today. We learnt so much about their jobs, how to put people into the recovery position and what it feels […]
Sadly our last session of basketball takes place this Friday afternoon. Due to work commitments Adam is having to give up and can no longer run the club. We would […]
10 of our senior girls attended the dance platform event at Charleston yesterday afternoon where they showcased the dance they created with dance leaders Erika and Rhianna. They were fabulous […]
A huge well done to the garden group, led by Mrs Cullen and Mary Mackay, who secured ward funding today to make improvements to our garden area. A massive well […]
Congratulations to Maisie who came 14th out of all of the P4-7 girl runners in our Beauly Cross Country run this morning! She took home the trophy and a gold […]
Primary 7 worked brilliantly in groups to complete their World Book Day stories about Bertie the Beauly Bear. They enjoyed sharing them with Primary 1 this morning. Stories from all […]
Swimming lessons start on Monday 23rd April for the P5/6 class. These run every Monday until the end of the summer term. We would love if a parent could volunteer […]