Kirkhill Primary School

WEBSITE HOME PAGEKirkhill Primary School is situated 7.8 miles from Inverness on the A862 road towards Beauly.  The schools catchment area covers Kirkhill, Inchmore, Lentran, Drumchardine, Cabrich, Knockbain, Bunchrew, Clunes and Newtonhill.

Our school is a busy, happy environment where we actively encourage home/school/community links.  It was opened in 1996 and we are fortunate to have excellent facilities, equipment and accommodation.  Our building consists of seven well equipped classrooms, a purpose built nursery for 3 and 4 year olds, a large hall which is equipped for PE lessons and school productions and a general purpose room which is suitable for community meetings.

The school is set in pleasant surroundings in the heart of the community.


The energetic storyteller Dan Serridge visited P1 to P4 on Monday and delivered Dan Story Man’s Seasonal Stories. He engaged the children in magical, awe-inspiring stories from around the world.

Below are some photos of his time in P2!

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Newsletter Edition 29 – 2018

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Easter Egg Hunt

The children had a great time doing the Easter Egg Hunt this morning.  They had to make sure they found their own egg! 🙂

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Newsletter Edition 28 – 2018

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Easter Egg Competition

It was great to see so many decorated eggs come into school for the Easter Egg Competition.  Everyone got to vote for their favourite egg on display for Nursery-P3 and P4-P7.

The winners will be announced tonight at the Easter disco. 🙂



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Sport Relief

We had a great day keeping fit for Sport Relief and the wet weather didn’t dampen our spirits!  We took part in whole school Yoga, Conga Daily Mile and some fitness classes in the hall. Thank you to everyone who donated money for a great cause.  We raised a fantastic £141.20.  🙂

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Pirates of the Curry Bean

We are so proud of our P4-7 children for their outstanding Pirates of the Curry Bean Production.  They performed the show on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday evening and blew us all away with their talent.

We had an amazing turnout at both events and the feedback from parents and the wider community has been fantastic.   They all gave 100% in practices and this was evident in what they produced.

Thank you to everyone who gave up their own time to work on scenery and props, it all looked great. 🙂

Huge thanks to all the staff who helped put it together and of course the children for all their dedication and hard work throughout. 🙂


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Enterprising Maths Challenge

On Wednesday 3 P7 pupils went to Dingwall for the Enterprising Maths Challenge with Izzy.  They worked so well as a team and did really well in all the challenges.  🙂

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P6 Rugby

On Monday P6 went to the Highland Rugby Club at Canal Park to take part in a Touch Rugby Festival with children from across Inverness.  During the festival HRH Princess Anne unveiled a plaque and officially opened the club.

It was a fab day out and the children had a great introduction to rugby. 🙂


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New bike shelters

Thanks to Routes to School Funding we have lovely new bike shelters.  Our JRSO group are delighted with them.  Here are some before and after shots! 🙂

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