Money and savings in Caol school spotlight
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.
The three teams who made the finals of Dragon’s Glen with their money box creations.
Ready to play the Credit Union game and make the most of their savings, Molly Blackhall of P7 and fellow pupils.
Caol Primary School pupils visit the meat counter in Morrisons.
Caol primary one and two pupils see how banking was recorded before computers. Some of the children said it looked like it was from