Prom 2016

Thank you to everyone who supported our prom last night to say farewell to our leavers.

It was a great night and everyone enjoyed the music from  DJ Sean ( Jonathan’s dad).

Thank you to our buddies who came to support our prom and help make it a success for the young people.

It was great to see so  many of our formers pupils and they loved dancing the night away or in Michael’s case – singing the night away.
He typed out his song request on his iPod touch and showed it to the DJ…… the power of communication!

Good luck to all our leavers and our doors will always be open for our legendary discos.

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ISS@IMS visit to RCS

Mrs Laurie’s ISS@IMS pupils had an amazing time, when they participated in Drama workshops at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. 

They had great fun working with their tutors Thom and Robbie.  It was all about finding their voice and increasing confidence, all of which was achieved.

We would like to thank Mona Keeling for organising the fantastic workshops for us, and pupils hope to continue to work with the Conservatoire in the future.



Our Senior Prom will take place this evening, Thursday 23rd June at 7pm.

All former pupils are welcome

We look forward to seeing some buddies from Lochgoilhead and senior pupils who have volunteered throughout  the year.

Get ready to party………………………….

Prom final

Head Teacher Message

Summer Message

Wow another amazing year with so many wonderful experiences that we have all shared.

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all incredible young people, staff and parents for all your support this year and I wish you all a
well-deserved summer break.  

Thank you to the Parent Council for their continued support.

Thank You to the Family Centre staff and parents and farewell to all the children moving onto school. We welcome all the new children to the Family Centre and those transferring to Isobel Mair School.

Special thanks to the ground force team who have made the sensory garden a much more accessible and welcoming environment for all of our young people. Thanks to parents who have worked in partnership with us throughout the year at Coffee and Chat, AAC communication club, Mellow Parenting and many many more.

We look forward to continuing these initiatives next session to make Isobel Mair School even better.

Thank you to the Head Boy and Head Girl who have done a great job supporting the school this year and for being excellent ambassadors for East Renfrewshire.

To all the leavers  Aden , Natalie ,Sean ,Christopher, Jamie, Andrew,  Bilal, Fraser ,Sophie , Sara, Alex  and Jonathan we will all miss you so much please keep us updated with your progress and don’t forget you are always welcome, look out for dates on the website.

To all those returning in August and the new pupils starting for their first term at IMS we look forward you welcoming you after the summer break on the 15th August.

All the very best!


Mrs Sarah Clark
Head Teacher



Happy Holidays

holidaysReminder that school closes at 1pm on Friday 24th June for summer break.

Extended school begins on Monday 27th June and closes Friday 8th July at 1pm

.Mrs Clark would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday.

Sports Cup

Thank you to Alex O’Donnell and his family for the donation and sponsorship of the Sports Cup.

As this was his last year at Isobel Mair , Alex and his family wanted to do something for the school and came up with the idea of awarding the sports cup to the person with the most outstanding achievement each year.

This is a lovely idea and will certainly be an incentive for the pupils to win the cup for all their achievements.

Farewell to our Leavers

Thank you to everyone who came to support our young people, who are leaving school this year at our Leavers’ Service at Newton Mearns Baptist Church.

It was a very emotive time as we looked back at all the children through the years through video and narrative.

Time to “Shake it Off”  say farewell to;

Aden         Natalie         Sean             Christopher       Jamie          Andrew
Bilal           Fraser           Sophie         Sara                        Alex           Jonathan

All aboard

Summer Outings

All of our classes have enjoyed their summer outings to end the term and celebrate the pupils moving onto new classes.

We have had visits to the Experience, Falkirk Wheel, beach, soft play centres and lots more.

This is the opportunity for the pupils to have fun and generalise the skills they have been learning throughout the year.



Bronze Award

Congratulations to Sara, Alex, Sophie, Amy and Stuart who all received their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award at the weekend.

This was the 2nd overnight camping stay that they took part in and also managed to 2 field walks. They had to cook their meals al fresco and coped remarkably well with the millions of midges…….. some more attracted than others!

Many thanks to our buddies and the DofE staff, Amy and Jim who supported our young people with the many challenges  over the weekend.

Well done to our LochG Explorers we are all so proud of you.

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Sports Day

Thank you to everyone who cam out in the rain and supported our Sports Day.

The afternoon started off with our Parade of Nations and then the fun began………

Instead of the usual staff race we had a Tough Mudder….. in preparation for the real Tough Mudder that some staff are taking part in 25th June.

Have a look at our photographs.

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Wizard of Oz

Yesterday we had a summer treat in school to end the school year.

We were lucky to have a performance of Wizard of Oz from M and M  productions.

The pupils had a great time and engaged with the story and all the characters, even booing the witch!

Someone even though the scarecrow was crazy!



Thank you to everyone who came to support our young performers during Stargaze Drama performance of Oliver last night at Eastwood Theatre.

The pupils were so excited to perform to a full house and I’m sure you will agree every single on of them were superstars.

Miss Antelmi, the director and all the children have all worked really hard during the run up to the performance.
The staff all give up their time to volunteer and make sure it’s a success for the children. From helping them learn their lines or dances to sewing patches on costumes.

Have a look at some of the photographs below.

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