Langloan Primary School

June 23, 2021
by Mrs Paterson

Langloan Prizegiving

Parents, Carers and Pupils,

We are at the end of another school year and today would have been our Summer Service. This is a service where we get to celebrate the achievements of the academic year and also our wonderful pupils. Unfortunately, we are unable to meet together to celebrate in our usual way, so we are bringing the certificate awardees to you. Please click on the link below to go through our Prizegiving Powerpoint.

We are incredibly proud of all of our Langloan pupils and thank them for always giving of their best and for being great ambassadors for our school. Thank you to our parents and carers for their continued support through what has been another challenging school year. We appreciate your support!



June 22, 2021
by Mrs Brennan
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Nursery Graduation 2021

Welcome to Langloan nursery, class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony. We hope you all enjoy.

We would like to say how proud we are of all our nursery boys and girls. We will miss them so much and wish them all well as they make their transition to Primary 1.

Thank you to all our parents and carers  for being so supportive during such difficult times.

June 21, 2021
by Miss Burrows

Run for Katie – Aimee did it!!!!

On Friday 18th June, Aimee completed her 36k challenge (+ 2k extra, just for fun) in 3 hours and 19mins.  An amazing achievement in support of Katie Paterson and the Schiehallion Ward at the Glasgow Royal Hospital for Children.  Well done Aimee!  We are all so proud of you.

Thank you to everyone who supported the event – Aimee and her fellow runners from the School of Sport, CJ from Cobhop Creative LTD for supplying the banner, Holly from Bangin’ Balloons for her transforming our school playground and of course to all of you who have donated.  The Just Giving page will continue to accept donations until the end of the week.

Please continue to keep Katie in your thoughts and prayers.

Many thanks for your support.


June 14, 2021
by Miss Burrows

Wear Yellow Walk – Update

St Andrews Hospice has contacted the school to pass on their thanks for your support and kind donations.  Please read the message from Andrew Flynn (Schools and Development Officer):

‘On behalf of the walking group and everyone at the Hospice I would like to thank the staff, pupils and community of Langloan Primary, you are an inspiration in your community and we are so grateful for all of your support and kindness – thank you.’

To date we have raised £673 for the hospice!  Langloan Primary would also like to say a massive thank you for your generosity.

June 11, 2021
by Mrs Green

Future Fridays

Future Fridays

Everyone is getting excited about the opportunities on offer through the Future Fridays initiative but we need to make sure young people and their families know what is on offer.

Every secondary school will shortly receive printed copies of the attached brochure.
The link to the FAQs on the council website is  32-Period Week Frequently Asked Questions | North Lanarkshire Council

From August secondary schools will finish at 12.30pm on a Friday but young people have the opportunity to participate in a range of activities on the Friday afternoon as part of the #FutureFridays programme.

Parents of our P7 cast your eye over what’s on offer.  click here. to open the brochure.

June 8, 2021
by Miss Burrows

Run for Katie – Friday 18th June 2020

Our school is backing one of our former pupils, Aimee Anderson, as she takes on a massive challenge in support of one of our Langloan family.

As you may be aware, Mrs Paterson’s daughter, Katie, is currently undergoing treatment for a brain tumour and she has recently started 36 weeks of chemotherapy.  You will all recognise the positive impact that Mrs Paterson has on all pupils, past and present, and when Aimee heard about Katie she wanted to do something to help.  On Friday 18th of June, Aimee will run 1km for each of Katie’s 36 weeks of chemotherapy in order to raise funds for the family and for the Schiehallion Ward at the Glasgow Children’s’ Hospital, where Katie is being treated.

If you would like to donate please visit  Aimee’s Just Giving page

As a school we are hugely proud of Aimee as she undertakes this gruelling challenge.  Our love, positive thoughts and prayers go to all of the Paterson family.

Many thanks for your support.

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