Category Archives: consultation

We need your views

Read, Write, Count Primary 2 and 3 bags

In November Primaries 2 and 3  received their read, write count bags. we invited parents to attend sessions with Mrs Craig,  Mrs Stevenson, their child and class teachers.



Please let us know what you thought by filling out the Parent survey:

The prize draw for parents is a personal Read Write Count GOODIE BAG filled with books, games and activities for all the family to enjoy.

The deadline to complete this is Monday 4 March 2019.

Scottish Government Education Consultation

The Scottish Government is seeking your views on a proposed  New Education Bill

The Bill will give teachers and headteachers more power over decisions about learning and teaching, freeing them to make a real difference to the lives of children and young people. The Bill’s key aims are to:
 Establish a Headteachers’ Charter to define their responsibilities as leaders of learning in schools and set out the support they can expect.
 Provide the legislative underpinning for the establishment of Regional Improvement Collaboratives.
 Improve parental and community engagement in school life and learning.
 Strengthen the voice of children and young people, promoting and supporting pupil participation.
 Establish an Education Workforce Council to take on the responsibilities of the General Teaching Council for Scotland and the Community Learning and Development Standards Council and to register other education professionals.
The consultation will run from 7th November 2017 to 30th January 2018 and a full version of the paper can be found here:

Please give your views on the proposals.

Your views are important to us


We need your views on

How you would like information shared with you

and also

Your thoughts about the online payment system for school meals

and payment for educational visits.

East Renfrewshire Education Service have set up an online survey and are keen to hear the views of as many parents and carers as possible. Link to the survey is shown below.

Please take 5 minutes to complete the survey as your views are really important. The survey closed on the 13th of November 2015.

 If you don’t have internet access you can get free access at the Foundry Library.

Parent Teacher Meetings

On Tuesday and Wednesday evening we will have some tables set up in the dining hall that will give you information about supporting your child’s learning at home.  Please help yourself to the leaflets available.

There will be information about some useful websites that your child can use at home to reinforce learning.

We would also like you to give us your views on maths homework, there will be a short questionnaire for you to fill in.

We would like to have the views of as many parents as possible on the current maths homework so that we can improve this further.

This Year's Home Reading Challenges
Our Anti-Bullying Leaflets
Parent Information in the dining hall
Maths homework survey and leaflets for parents

We have mapped a number of orienteering courses in the school grounds. The children love getting outside and working in teams to find all of the markers.