About Our School

Welcome to Inveravon Primary school blog. This blog has been designed and is kept up to date by the pupils of Inveravon. We hope you enjoy reading about our school and what we have been up to.

Our school is a one teacher rural school set amidst spectacular scenery overlooking the River Spey. Our catchment area lies broadly from The Corries on the west, along the A95 through to Drum Croft (near Glenfarclas Distillery) on the east. The River Spey creates a natural boundary to the north of the school and we extend south on both sides of the River Avon as far as Delchirach and Dalrachie farm. A map is available at the school if required.

The very attractive 18th century building has been significantly refurbished and extended to provide welcoming, attractive and modern facilities. At the moment all the children are based in one classroom but they regularly separate  into groups and use all areas of the school. As well as our pupils, visiting specialists make regular use of our bright and spacious hall which separates the two classrooms. It is also used at lunchtimes as our dining hall.

Our door is always open to parents and the community and we welcome opportunities for you to become involved in the life of the school.

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