P3/4/5 and P6/7 had great fun today using their knowledge of Gaelic numbers from 0 – 9 to play bingo! Our Gaelic pupil tutors are amazing at supporting their peers with their learning. 👏🏻😁
Declan was working hard on reading and spelling ‘-at’ words today. Great job Declan! Look at that proud face! 😊
We have been working hard on our spelling patterns this week.
We practised writing our words on whiteboards, and then we worked in pairs and trios to play some spelling games to help us remember the words.
Harry and Sophie took in their medals to show us for their footballing and dancing successes! Hard work pays off! 🌟
Some of our P4 – 7 pupils might have come home with application forms for becoming part of our Digital Leaders team today. Please find the job description below. Forms are to be in by Monday 9th September at the latest and interviews will follow. Good luck!
If your application is successful, these are some of the responsibilities that you will have as part of the Digital Leaders team. These responsibilities will be shared out amongst all of the Digital Leaders.
- To update areas of the school website or school blog site.
- Blog on behalf of the School, a class or a club. Comment on other peoples blog posts
- Test and review new apps.
- Share your skills and expertise with other pupils, classes and staff.
- Set up ICT equipment in classrooms for teachers.
- Lead lunchtime or After School iPad clubs.
- Charge and deliver chromebooks to classes under a timetable.
- Update and download apps.
- Provide first line technical support in school.
- Help to train and assist staff.
- Create “Explain Everything” guides
You may also be asked to work with children from other schools on specific projects, as well as help organise and support other out-of-school-hours activities. In order that you can perform the above roles, we at Beauly Primary School will ensure that you have the relevant training and support to perform the role.
Another busy morning in the CCR room! We worked our way round some “time” activities in maths to refresh our memories ⏰ Then we did some timed circuits in the gym as part of our Fitness programme. 🏃♀️🏃♂️
Wow! Yesterday Sophie brought her amazing array of medals and trophies from the triathlons she’s competed in.
She got a 1st in both the Nairn and Thurso triathlons, a 2nd in Invergordon and a 3rd in Culloden last weekend!
We had lots of questions to ask her about what it was like to swim, cycle and run all in one race! What a determined little lady! Well done Sophie, we are very proud of you! Good luck in the Inverness triathlon next!
P3/4/5 went outdoors on a French colour hunt yesterday. Mrs Williams was so impressed that we could remember most of our French colour words!
Then we played on the Trim Track and a game of ‘Chaos Tig’ as the weather was so nice ☀️ and we’d worked so hard. Well done everyone!
We have had a fabulous year in P3/4! Thank you so much for all your hard work everyone. Happy holidays from Mrs Williams and Mrs MacIver! 😎
As part of our topic work for term 4 we sent postcards to another P3/4 class on the Isle of Lewis. We worked really hard on our writing and our artwork and very proudly sent 4 people from our class to the post office to post them over. Today we got the best surprise when we received replies! Each one was addressed to each member of our class – it was so exciting and we are planning our replies already!