Reminder that school will be closed to pupils on
Friday 14th October for INSET training.

School is closed to staff and pupils from Monday 17th – Friday 21st. School reopens on Mon 24th October.

We hope everyone has a great holiday.

Relaxed Panto Performance


Cinderella at the Kings Theatre Glasgow, will be hosting a relaxed performance of the pantomime to support people with additional support needs and Autism.
This performance provides a relaxed environment with elements of the production adapted to reduce anxiety or stress including:

– Adjustments to sound and lighting to soften their impact.
– Support resources to help you prepare for the visit.
– Trained staff and volunteers on hand to help.
– Chill-out areas with activities for people to use if being in the  auditorium becomes overwhelming for them.

Arrangements can also be made for people who would like to visit the theatre in advance in order to prepare for the visit.

To book or for more information, please contact: 0844 871 7648

Change of Date, Go Green for Halloween

Please note the change of date for Go Green for Halloween.

It has been rescheduled from Friday 28th October to Monday 31st October at 10am.


Go Green for Halloween on Monday 31st October, 10am.
Join class Islay for some scary activities and  whatever you dress up as for Halloween, make it green and raise money for the NSPCC.

Click here for invitation from class Islay

Click here for more details

Empty Classroom Day

Thank you to everyone who took apart in our empty classroom day to inspire learning and play outside.

Every class took part throughout the day and we had
various activities planned.  We had football training with Ross from
Giffnock Soccer Club, bug hunting,  fire pit and loads more.

Thankfully the sun was shining and we all explored our
outdoor environment, learning and having fun at the same time.

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Mirror Movements

Lovely interactions during an individual dance session with Ruth, one of  our dance specialists.

C was so engrossed in the session and initiating some of his own moves for Ruth to copy. He was so proud of himself.

Well done



Dispensing Clinic

Does your child require glasses and struggle to find suitable frames?

There is a Dispensing clinic at Caledonian University for children who have complex needs and Visual Impairment.

They have a very good range of frames including some which are specifically designed for children with Downs Syndrome.
It is non-profit making service so much cheaper than a lot of the stores.

Appointments can be arranged by calling 0141 331 3377 or you can  use the drop in service.

Students are always on site but everything is supervised and checked by a qualified optician.



Thank You

Thank you to everyone who helped contribute to our Macmillan coffee  morning.

We are delighted to inform you that we raised the magnificent sum of £416.81.

Thank you to Loch Ness pupils and staff for organising this yearly event.

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