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.
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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 […]
After the Easter holidays P5/6 would love a volunteer to help in class between 11.00am and 11.45am each week on a Thursday. If you could help out with this please […]
We currently have 1 space available for the Tuesday morning club, Friday morning club and Thursday afternoon club. Morning clubs run from 8.15-9am and afternoon clubs are from 3.30-4.30pm. Clubs […]
We are planning going ahead with cross country tomorrow. The course is a bit muddy so please ensure if you are in P4-7 you wear suitable clothing and footwear. Please […]
P7 enjoyed the first of three Gaelic lessons this morning. Games and songs were played and sung and the names of numbers and actions were learnt.
On Friday P2/3 held their class assembly and invited their families and the rest of the School to watch. Sophie introduced the class by telling the audience that they were […]
The Eco group would like to thank all the pupils who participated in the waste free packed lunch week. All the pupils who took part will recieve a certificate.
We need your votes!! On Saturday 10th March five of our Garden Group pupils will be making a bid for some money from the Aird and Loch Ness Ward Fund. […]