Highpark Primary and LCR

Third-Sector Involvement Around Your Child

Meet the Third-Sector Parties Involved in you Child’s Development

At Highpark Primary and LCR, we value the power of partnerships to enhance and enrich our school curriculum.

Throughout the year, your child has opportunities to work with a number of Third-Sector Parties, develop their learning experience within and outwith the class.

… 2021/ 2022 Partnerships …

Nurture Connections
Hazel Cunningham

Sport & Pupil Support
Scott McHarg

Achieve More Scotland provide a jointly agreed programme of play, sport and physical activity sessions as part of Curriculum Time physical education learning in our school. The service enhances pupil learning and creates positive school experiences through the improvement of physical and mental health and well-being for our school pupils, with has identified benefits to learning, behaviour, attendance and academic achievement.

For more information, please contact the school office or visit Achieve More – Scotland

PAThS – Promoting Alternative Thinking Skills

The PATHS® Programme for Schools (UK Version) is a programme for educators and counsellors designed to facilitate the development of self-control, emotional awareness and interpersonal problem-solving skills. The programme consists of a variety of lessons, and additional materials and charts.

The PATHS® programme is designed for use with primary school children. The purposes of the PATHS® programme are to enhance the social competence and social understanding of children, as well as to facilitate educational processes in the classroom.

For more information, please contact the school office or visit PAThS / PAThS Twitter

Inter-generational Sewing
Gabi Cullen

Gabi offers a unique opportunity for our families to connect in an informal setting, developing their creativity through the craft of sewing. These sessions are fantastic experiences where family bond in creating artistic items for our local communities. Gabi has close connections with other agencies, and our learners have experienced the joy of gifting their creations to others within our community.

For more information, please contact the school office or visit Sewing2Gether or Sewing2Gether All Nations

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