This afternoon, Primary 1 were thinking about what makes an amazing friend. We discussed how all friendships have similarities and differences and how this makes us all unique. Then we put our friendship skills to the test by playing snakes and ladders in teams. Before we began, Primary 1 decided on the following rules: Take […]
Well what an amazing day P6 had on Friday! P6 had such a great day at the Mountain Bike World Cup at Nevis Range. P6 got to watch the world’s best mountain bikers, get photos and autographs and even got a free trip up the gondola to get an amazing view of all the action. […]
I am pleased to announce that we have a new phone line especially for parents to report absences. Please now use this line to let us know if your child cannot attend school that day. The absence line number is 01397 709 660 Thank you.
P3 made some chocolate truffles this week. We delivered them to the reception of the Belford for all the staff as a big thank you for all the hard work they do for the community. On the way back we stopped off for a well deserved play in the park.
Well P1 has been having a cheeky wee visitor… Dougall the Dragon! Dougall has been visiting P1 with letters written in Scots asking for help to rescue the characters from Fairyland! When he visits our classroom he leaves a trail of glitter to show that he has visited. So far he has… Asked the children […]
Jings! What a braw time we had at our Scots Factor final on Friday! Thank you to all of the lads and lassies who learnt a poem and who performed a sang! It seemed to us that you weren’t feart at all. We’d like to give a big shout out to our finalists who all […]
We have been absolutely overwhelmed by the generosity of pupils and parents in supporting our Reverse Advent Calendar appeal for the Lochaber Foodbank. We have received so many donations- we cannot thank you enough! Today, Alex from Lochaber Foodbank visited us to collect our donations and gave us some information about how the Foodbank helps […]
To bring a bit of festive cheer to the community in Inverlochy, yesterday P1-7 visited Inverlochy Square to sing some Christmas Carols. The singing was lead by Rev. Richard Baxter from Duncansburgh Church who got our crowd to sing loud and proud despite the chilly weather. We had a great time! Thanks again to Rev. […]