As an Attainment Challenge school, the Key Drivers of Improvement , identified by the Scottish Government, inform and guide our        practice as we endeavour to provide equity and excellence for all learners. We use this framework to plan for school improvement and this is evidenced through our Strategic Improvement Plan. We work in partnership with parents and families, our Parish, our local community, the local authority Attainment Challenge Team and       external partners to create a learning environment and ethos which will inspire and motivate learners, as we seek to develop a                  community of learners who can confidently take their place in          society. In order to achieve this, we must provide our learners with experiences which are relevant and will develop their knowledge, skills and attributes, fostering curiosity and a love of learning.

Our parents have high expectations for their children and trust that their children are receiving the best possible learning experiences. They are proud of the school, many of them being former pupils themselves. They aspire that their children will be well prepared to make the transition to secondary school. By working in effective partnership we can achieve this aspiration, raising attainment within our school.

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