Money and sav­ings in Caol school spot­light

The Oban Times - - News -

CAOL Pri­mary School pupils have been out and about in Fort Wil­liam vis­it­ing busi­nesses.

Last week the young­sters took a trip to The Royal Bank of Scot­land where they were shown how bank­ing was done be­fore com­put­ers. The chil­dren said it looked like some­thing out of Harry Pot­ter.

In school, classes played a game pro­vided by the Credit Union about mak­ing the most of your sav­ings and took part in a ‘Dragon’s Glen’ com­pe­ti­tion.

Some pupils went to Mor­risons su­per­mar­ket to look at pric­ing and spe­cial of­fers and learn about healthy eat­ing at the butcher and fish coun­ters.

Pho­to­graph Iain Fer­gu­son, The Write Im­age.

The three teams who made the fi­nals of Dragon’s Glen with their money box cre­ations.

Pho­to­graph Iain Fer­gu­son, The Write Im­age.

Ready to play the Credit Union game and make the most of their sav­ings, Molly Black­hall of P7 and fel­low pupils.

Pho­to­graph: Abright­side Pho­tog­ra­phy.

Caol Pri­mary School pupils visit the meat counter in Mor­risons.

Pho­to­graph: Abright­side Pho­tog­ra­phy. Harry Pot­ter.

Caol pri­mary one and two pupils see how bank­ing was recorded be­fore com­put­ers. Some of the chil­dren said it looked like it was from

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