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

House Points for week ending 24th February

Kilmorack     501 Aird                487 Glass               305 Affric               300   Well done to Kilmorack -this week’s winners.  Come on Affric and Glass you need to get more points to catch up […]

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Yellow Slips

Thanks so much to everyone who has returned their yellow slips with email addresses on.  A great response and lots of house points earned.  Could we please ask that you […]

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Trim Track Next Week

Judging by how popular the Trim Track was this afternoon – both during and after school – we are going to operate a timetable for classes next week until the […]

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Trim Track Opening

What a great turn out this afternoon for our grand opening – thank you all so much for coming along to join in our celebrations!  Thank goodness the weather held […]

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World Book Day

Please, please, please could we get  few more volunteers to come and read to our children on World Book Day on the 2nd March.  So far I only have one parent […]

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Trim Track Opening

Afternoon all!  Please remember to come and join us for the grand opening of our Trim Track tomorrow at 2.15pm.  Everyone welcome…the more the merrier!  Pupils please remember to wear […]

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