Kildrum Primary School


The school actively promotes partnership with parents/carers in their child’s learning and asks parents/carers to spend time at home reading, discussing news items, playing number games to reinforce tables and time etc. with their child.  As a result of recent research we provide our pupils with very little homework.  Primary 1 children are given tasks which are designed to reinforce the learning of new sounds and all children in Primary 1-7 are given reading tasks.  Two of the most important things parents/carers can do to help their child in school are to read with them and to eat a meal together, at a table, without the television on.


Each term class teachers provide an overview of what learning with take place in school.  This is issued to parents/carers along with some guidance on how they can help at home.

“Head Teacher Challenges” take place four times each year, usually just before a holiday. They take the form of activities that children can carry out along with an adult.   We receive very positive feedback in relation to these activities and the results are always display in the school.

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