We had a good response to our parent survey for this year and we are now able to share the results following collation of all the responses received. The results of this survey, combined with the results of similar consultations with pupils and teaching staff, have been used to identify and support priorities for next year’s school Improvement Plan.
The report can be viewed here: Parent Carer Survey Report 2016 – Back
Today, we will be issuing our annual Parent and Carer Survey for 2016. As a school, we value your views about the service we provide and the work that we do. Data from the survey is used as evidence to support our annual Standards and Quality Report as well as helping us to identify priorities for our 2016-17 School Improvement Plan.
We would be grateful if you could complete the short survey and return it to the office by Friday 20th May.
A paper copy of the survey was issued to through schoolbag mail and an electronic version can be downloaded here: Parent Carer Survey 2016
Following feedback from parents, we have updated and made changes to the form used to notify the school of intentions to withdraw children for planned short periods for holidays, family events, sports participation etc.
The form now includes guidance notes for parents that include information about the process and how such absences are categorised. The revised form has been added to the ‘School Forms’ page of the website and can also be downloaded using the link below.
Notification to Withdraw – Sgoil a’ Bhac Mar 16
Following completion of a survey of parents of Sgoil Araich Loch a Tuath and Sgoil a’ Bhac in May 2015, the school has published a report of the findings. The report concludes with an action plan that sets out the improvements we are planning based on the opinions expressed through the surveys.
The report can be downloaded and viewed using the link below.
SaB Parent Survey Report June 2015
Following meetings held recently with CNES and CnaG regarding the proposed changes to the provision of Gaelic After School Club at Sgoil a’ Bhac, a consultation is being circulated to establish the level of interest in a paid club run by CnaG.
In the first instance, places will be made available to pupils in Gaelic Medium classes and, if there are places remaining, a further consultation will be held for English Medium to see if there’s interest in EM children attending the paid Gaelic club.
We’d be grateful if parents from Sgoil Araich Loch a Tuath and GM1-6 classes could complete the attached consultation slip (page 2) and return it to school as soon as possible.
CnaG ASC Consultation May 2015
Thank you to everyone who responded to the consultation about extending the hours at Sgoil Araich Loch a Tuath from August 2014. The considerable majority of responses were in favour of extending the hours by 10 minutes a day, five days a week. This would mean the Sgoil Araich would operate from 8.50am to 12.00pm daily from August 2014. The results of the consultation have now been passed to the Education Department for consideration and we hope to be able to confirm the proposals for our opening hours for August 2014 in the new year.