Logan is a school with nurture at its heart. Our holistic approach to Curriculum for Excellence ensures that children are supported to achieve their very best in all aspects of learning both inside and outside the classroom.
· Money and financial management
· Horticulture and husbandry (including Nat 5 beekeeping offered over P7/S1)
· Care and nurture
· Leadership and organization
As well as literacy, numeracy and broad general education, Logan provides a wide range of learning experiences across the curriculum that develop skills for employability and lifelong learning.
Opportunities through learning for sustainability and Outdoor learning develop skills in:
Our relationships approach to supporting positive behaviour ensures that pupils are supported to overcome any barriers to learning. Our breakfast club and soft start ensures that all pupils are ready to learn each day. Our guidance groups and family practitioner support pupils with health and wellbeing, with additional services provided through our Team Around the Community group (TACo). Family and adult learning opportunities are also provided to support children and families with a number of clinics and groups; housing, financial inclusion, adult nurture and speech and language all held within the school.
The school recognises achievements wherever they happen and we share these at weekly assemblies where children get the opportunity to shine. We invite parents and children to share these achievement with the school and termly open afternoons allow each class to share and celebrate their learning.
The school provides information to parents termly in either written or parents meeting format. This includes snapshot jotters, report cards and parents evenings however our open door policy ensures that we are always available to discuss your child’s progress should the need arise. We value partnership with parents and always seek your views and ideas in improving our service to you and your child.