The P7s enjoyed their fancy dress obstacle course today!
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.
Primary 7 pupils are thoroughly enjoying their day finding out about local employment opportunities.
We are really looking forward to our own superstars preforming at Beaulys got talent on Friday evening at the Phipps Hall at 6:30 pm.
Prior to this event we will be having rehearsals on Thursday the 26th and Friday the 27th during school hours.
Therefore we would ask that all participants bring with them any props, costumes and music they may need.
We’re sure you will join us in wishing all the participants the best of luck when performing on the night and we hope to see you all there.
Primary 7 were delighted to wear their new ‘hoodies’ for the first time today.
P7 took part in a fantastic session run by Gavin and George from the Beauly fire station. The pupils learned basic life saving skills such as how to put someone in the recovery position and how to do basic CPR. They then enjoyed dressing up in the fire fighting kit.
Primary 7 worked brilliantly in groups to complete their World Book Day stories about Bertie the Beauly Bear. They enjoyed sharing them with Primary 1 this morning. Stories from all the classes are now on display in the Library.
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.
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.
Primary 7 enjoyed a visit from Mairi and Emma from the STEM department at the UHI. This supported previous learning from the Renewable Energy topic from last term. The pupils built a model wind turbine, and then investigated the difference that the angle and number of blades made to electricity production. They also looked at how the strength of the wind changed electricity production. Lots of science in action and thoroughly engaged learners!