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.
- Primary One will be going to visit the Priory tomorrow to find out about the history of Beauly. A big thanks to Mrs Rosie MacDonald who has agreed to come and share her knowledge about the Priory with us.
- Please wear a hat and sun cream if it is going to be another beautiful day as we will be out most of the morning.
- Today Primary One made the most of the beautiful weather and went to the garden.
- Harvey made a bird’s nest.
Leighton and Lucas helped to water all our plants.
Some of us looked for bugs
On Thursday the 24th of May 2018 the Eco Group will be hosting a book swap in each class to encourage pupils to Reuse, Reduce and Recycle their books.
If each child could bring at least one unwanted book that’s in good condition and at an appropriate age level for their class. Could parents please explain to younger children that a book swap means they will be going home with a different book not their own, so as not cause any upset.
Thank you to all the pupils and parents for all their support in making our book swap day a success.
Well done to all primary one children for having a go at some of the minbeast homework activities.