P1/2 wrote wonderful stories about Floppy.
As part of our work in health, we are looking at our different feelings and emotions. Today we read a story about being happy and we thought about what makes us happy.
Primary one and two went for an afternoon walk and spotted lots of signs of autumn.
They found lots of sycamore seeds and made them spin like helicopters and then they thought of some super words to describe the leaves they found. Skye thought the oak leaf looked liked the antlers of a reindeer.
We used our leaves to make some pictures.
Primary 1 helped to carve our garden pumpkin for Halloween.
Enjoying picking and eating strawberries!
Primary one went to Braeview Park to look at what is in the park.
Tomorrow we are going to think about what might make the park even better.
Primary 1 to 5 enjoyed a Scots language poetry workshop this morning with Jill Bennet.
Thanks to the Community Garden for allowing the Beauly School Garden Group to visit their lovely garden. The children got a chance to explore the garden and then they helped out by planting and watering.
They were rewarded with some juice and biscuits for all their hard work. We had a great afternoon and would love to visit again!
The Eco group would like to give a big thank you to all the pupils and parents who helped make our book swap last Thursday such a big success.
We are happy to report that all children who brought a book from home left with a new book and story to enjoy.
Here are some photos of very happy and excited children with their newly swapped books.
Today primary one visited the Priory and learned when it was built and who lived in it. We were told all about it by Mrs Rosie MacDonald, so a big thank you to her for giving up her free time.
We also looked at the old sycamore tree. We tried to see how many children with arms stretched wide could fit round it.
When we got back we painted some pictures of the Priory.