Welcome from the Head Teacher
This website is designed to give you and your child as much information about Sir E Scott School as possible. I hope you find it useful.
This site provides information about important aspects of school life – our aims, our people, our achievements and our expectations. It contains lots of practical details about school routines and procedures and signposts you to find information required which will assist you in becoming familiar with the life and work of your school and your child’s education.
Starting at nursery/school and moving through the stages are important times for children and young people – and a worrying time for parents. I hope this site will help you to understand the changes, which you and your child will experience in Sir E Scott School. I hope too that it will answer some of the questions you may have about how the school is organised, the subjects we teach, and most importantly about how we care for the pupils entrusted to us. If, however, we have missed out anything that you need to know, please take the chance to ask me or one of my colleagues during any of our meetings or by contacting us directly (by letter, telephone or email).
If you are moving to the area and would like your son/daughter to visit the school, please contact us and we will be happy to arrange a visit. You will be given the relevant documentation and a tour of the school.
We believe in partnerships between pupils, parents, staff – including those in our associated schools – and the local community. By building on these partnerships we hope to offer your child the best learning and teaching possible and to help them exceed their expectations.
We have a great sense of pride in our school and community and, with our new school we wish to put the school at the forefront of the community. To do this we need your help!
On behalf of all the staff I extend a warm welcome to you and we look forward to having a very long and happy relationship with you and your child here in Sir E Scott School.
Leis gach deagh dhùrachd