Children and staff got in the spirit by dressing up with a few of the younger book fans sharing their thoughts on the day.
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Pupils celebrate a’ that’s guid aboot their native tongue.
Members of the class decided that money raised from this plus their raffle of fabulous prizes should be used to buy presents for children who would be in Raigmore Hospital over Christmas.
The older pupils came up with the business name ‘Bike from the Dead’ with the catchy slogan ‘Don’t retyre – recycle’ with company members giving a presentation on how it had been achieved.
The Inverlochy Mudder took place on Friday, May 7 with staff and pupils from the nursery and primary school taking part in a number of outdoor challenges to the cheers of supportive peers.
Emma Macinnes, the Community Champion from the Morrisons store in Fort William who delivered the books to Inverlochy Primary School told the Lochaber Times she was very proud to be helping youngsters in her local community through this donation of books.
Families, holding banners and signs, lined the streets of Inverlochy last week as primary school teachers said goodbye to P7 leavers.
Throughout January, pupils at Inverlochy were being encouraged to perform random acts of kindness for classmates and others in the community.
Children from primary 4-7 at Inverlochy Primary School worked with Alan ‘The Drama Man’ Grey to create original sketches for their Christmas Show.