Langloan Primary School

St Ambrose High School

Transition Information- Visits for the week beginning 15th June

Mr McMullen has already been in touch to offer pupils requiring enhanced transition the opportunity to visit the school next Tuesday 16th. We would like to extend that invitation to all pupils on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th June but we would really like to stress that the vast majority of pupils have
1. Already visited the school in November and had a tour of the school and
2. Taken part in the virtual transition programme online. Parents therefore may feel that, given the nature of this visit (short, sweet and restricted to two departments), their son/daughter may not require it.

If parents do deem it necessary to visit and feel that their son/daughter would benefit, only one pupil and one parent/carer should attend in order to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Tours will consist of a short tour of two departments and a brief question and answer session.

Any parent who would like to take advantage of this opportunity should email the following address and they will be given an appointment time. Times given cannot be changed.

With kind regards,
Mrs E Douglas
Head Teacher


School Handbook for 20/21 is on their school blog. Click the link below to access it.

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Their Twitter feed has links to YouTube clips of various departments:

DET Dept:

Maths Dept:

Home Economics Dept:

Social Subjects Dept:

PE Dept:

RE Dept:

English Dept:

Music Dept:

Science Dept:

Business Education Dept:

Art Dept:

Spanish Dept:

They also have links on their Twitter feed if P7’s have any questions

There is a pupil profile for children to complete. You can access this via the St Ambrose Twitter Account.

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Calling all P7s in North Lanarkshire

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