Meet The Teacher

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Sep 072015

This Wednesday, 9th September, sees the annual ‘Meet The Teacher’ event where you will have the opportunity to meet your child’s teacher, visit their classroom and find out more information about the new stage your child has moved to.

Please follow the link below to access a map of our school to help you with your visit.

School Map

Aug 252015

All pupils enjoyed a safe journey to Lockerbie.  Bags have been unpacked, the sun has been shining and the first activities have successfully taken place.  Everyone is having a great time!

Lockerbie Manor

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Aug 242015

Today our Primary 7s head off to Lockerbie Manor for a fun filled week .  During their stay, they will have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of outdoor activities.  We hope the sun shines for them while they are away and look forward to their safe return home so we can hear all about their adventure.

Jun 232015

After our recent official visit, Carolside Primary has been awarded the Eco green flag. The whole school were involved in this fantastic achievement supported by our enthusiastic Eco Committee. Over the last few years the committee and school have been focusing on litter, biodiversity, waste minimisation and energy.

As a result of this hard work:

  • our grounds are free from litter
  • our Secret Garden is ready to use
  • we regularly take part in the Rag Bag recycling scheme
  • all our classrooms recycle paper and plastic, therefore reducing waste
  • electricity usage is decreasing, using our checklists and appointing energy monitors

Next Steps:

  • The committee will continue to meet
  • Election of new representatives will occur at the start of each session
  • Litter will always be a focus and we will work on other areas as we progress
Jun 222015

School awarded: Friday 5th June 2015

Cycle Friendly School Award

The Cycle Friendly School Award is designed to reward the parents, teachers and volunteers around Scotland committed to increasing cycling in schools. This nationally recognised award is designed to encourage cycling to become part of a school culture, providing benefits such as:

 – improving children’s health

- improving the school and surrounding environment

- contributing towards Health Promoting School and Eco-School initiatives

- linking in with curriculum for excellence

Adult Cycle Training –

Essential Cycling Skills App –

Jun 222015

We are delighted to inform you that our school has been awarded a sportscotland Gold School Sport Award for 2015-2017.

The Gold School Sport Award is recognition of our school’s achievements in putting quality physical education and school sport at the heart of a school’s planning, practice and ethos.

The Gold Award also highlights that our school has shown excellent practice across the core areas of the Award and demonstrated an on-going commitment to increase young people’s opportunities and engagement in quality physical education, school sport and leadership and provide clear pathways to life-long participation in sport.

Jun 192015

Carolside Parent Council are looking for parent members to join the Parent Council for 2015/16. If you have children in the Nursery, P1, P5, P6 or P7 and would like to join and be a representative for your child’s year group, then we would love to have you – please get in touch via the e-mail –

Jun 192015

Carolside Sports Club will be offering Basketball to Carolside children on a Sunday afternoon at Williamwood High School, from September onwards. Details of times etc will be available in August. Information will also be put on the Carolside Sports Club’s facebook page.

Sports Day

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May 282015

Please note that Carolside’s Sports Day will take place tomorrow.  Please ensure that children are sent to school with appropriate clothing due to the changeable weather conditions.  If due to weather conditions the school finds it necessary to cancel the event, a text will be sent to the main contact tomorrow morning.

May 212015

Recently Education Scotland visited Carolside Primary School to record the learning experiences provided by staff for our pupils in technologies.  Some of our excellent practice was filmed and can be viewed through the Education Scotland Website.  Please click below to watch the films.

Film 1 –

Film 2 –



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