Hallowe’en fun and smiles
There was a feast of Hallowe’en fun across Lochaber last week as pupils, parents and staff got into the spirit of the occasion. Among those dressing up for their special disco were Andzelina, Miley and Caitlin, primary three pupils at Lundavra Primary School.
THERE was something spooky in the air at schools in Lochaber as children and adults soaked up the Hallowe’en spirit.
With pumpkins, parades and parties, youngsters were transformed into monsters, skeletons, cartoon characters and superheroes.
Lundavra, Inverlochy and Banavie primary schools held discos last Thursday (October 27), Inverlochy Primary enjoyed a costume parade on Friday, the Gaelic School got into costume on Monday and a joint disco took place at the new Caol Campus for Caol Primary and St Columba’s pupils.
Pumpkins and lots of surprises as Gaelic School pupils get into costume.
Costume judging at Banavie Primary School’s Hallowe’en disco.
Inverlochy teachers get in on the act.
A mummy joined in the Inverlochy Hallow’een parade.
Blood, bones, and smiles at the Caol Campus Hallowe’en party.
Lundavra Primary School pupils enjoy all the fun and games of their Hallowe’en disco.
Scarily good costumes at the Caol Campus Hallowe’en celebrations.
A ‘super’ outfit at the Caol Campus Hallowe’en event.
A prince flew into Caol Campus on his magic carpet.