Transition Letters

The 2nd transition letter has been sent out in the week beginning 25th May 2020. This pack includes a ‘Getting To Know You Grid’ which can be completed and finalised with the teachers on the first day of school. This information will help us to build up a profile of your child to enable a smooth transition to school. Further information will be posted here and on the school twitter feed, however, if you require clarification, please do not hesitate to contact:

Coltness HS – P7 Transition Video

The 18th & 19th May should have been an exciting Transition Event for Primary 7 pupils heading to Coltness High School after the summer.  Unfortunately, this event couldn’t take place however, the management team at Coltness High School  have created a fabulous video to virtually introduce themselves and give you a little bit of guidance.  They are looking forward to seeing you when the school reopens.

Mr Kelly Reads ‘Lucy’s In Lockdown’ by Chris Duke

Hi everyone.

We thought you would like a special treat.  Today, Mr Kelly is reading ‘Lucy’s In Lockdown’ by author Chris Duke and illustrated by Federica Bartolini.  This is a free eBook designed to help children realise they are not alone during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Visit to download the book.  We hope you enjoy it and try the little activity at the end. Remember to stay safe everyone!

The activity:


Key worker information

School Support for Key Workers

The list of schools below will be open from Tuesday March 24 for the children of key workers. All other schools will be fully closed.

It is essential, to stop the spread of coronavirus, that people who can work from home do work from home. If you have a partner who is not a key worker they must provide childcare. This is not business as usual and it is vital that this support being offered is only accessed by those who absolutely require it to enable NHS and other critical services to function.

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES should any child who has symptoms of coronavirus, or who lives in a household where someone has symptoms, present at school. The whole family must follow the self-isolation advice..

Schools open between 9am and 3pm

If your child normally goes to school in KILSYTH and surrounding villages:
Please take your child to Kilsyth Academy, Balmalloch Road, Kilsyth G65 9NQ.

If your child normally goes to school in MOODIESBURN, CHRYSTON, STEPPS and surrounding areas:
Please take your child to Chryston High School, Lindsaybeg Rd, Chryston, G69 9DL

If your child normally goes to school in CUMBERNAULD:
Please take your child to Cumbernauld Academy, South Kildrum Ring Rd, Cumbernauld G67 2UF

If your child normally goes to school in AIRDRIE and surrounding villages:
Please take your child to Hilltop Primary School, Petersburn Rd, Airdrie ML6 8BH

If your child normally goes to school in MOSSEND, NEW STEVENSTON, HOLYTOWN and surrounding villages:
Please take your child to New Stevenston Primary School, Coronation Rd East, New Stevenston, Motherwell ML1 4HX

If your child normally goes to school in BELLSHILL or VIEWPARK:
Please take your child to St John Paul II Primary School, 1 Laburnum Rd, Viewpark, G71 5DG

If your child normally goes to school in COATBRIDGE and surrounding villages:
Please take your child to St Ambrose High School, 65 Townhead Rd, Coatbridge ML5 2JE

If your child normally goes to school in MOTHERWELL:
Please take your child to Our Lady’s High School, Dalzell Drive, Motherwell ML1 2DG

If your child normally goes to school in WISHAW and surrounding areas:
Please take your child to Clyde Valley High School, Castlehill Rd, Wishaw ML2 0QS

If your child normally goes to school in SHOTTS and surrounding areas:
Please take your child to Calderhead High School, Dyfrig St, Shotts ML7 4DH

All parents/carers will need to complete a keyworker form on arrival at the hub school.

If you are a parent/carer of a child who attends an LCSC unit, and you require school support as you are a key worker, your child should attend the nearest school to you as listed above.

Volunteer staff should attend hub school nearest their place of work for 8.45am.


Key workers must take their child to the relevant school hub as listed above. No school transport will run.

Free school meals

For those children who are eligible, and who require this service, please come to the schools listed above between 12.30pm and 1.15pm. We are working very hard to provide a more localised service and will announce details in due course.

ASN Schools

ASN schools will continue to be open for those who require key worker support. We are continuing to assess the specific requirement for children and will make further announcements as soon as we can. ASN transport for those requiring it, will run.

Early Years Provision

Key workers who require care should their child to their usual establishment on Tuesday 24 March. New childcare arrangements will be made in the coming days with our funded providers and Family Learning Centres.

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