About our school

Longforgan is a picturesque village situated on the border of rural Perthshire two  miles from Dundee. It has traditional houses and new private housing. The school is at the heart of a supportive community.

The current school was built in 1908, with a dining hall added in 1945, and a Horsa hut built in 1975. In the past twelve years conversions and extensions have been built to accommodate a Nursery and increasing school roll.

The current school roll is 123 plus a 10/10 Nursery. Classes change annually. At present they consist of Nursery, P1, P2, P3, P4, P5/6, P6/7. The majority of children entering Primary 1 have attended our Nursery. This is supplemented by children coming from a number of private nurseries. Primary 7 children transition to a range of secondary schools, across three Authorities, private schools and denominational schools.

The school aims to work happily together to promote for all: a safe, secure and supportive environment, a healthy lifestyle, quality learning experiences, high standards of performance and achievement, development of the capacities of Curriculum for Excellence: successful learners, confident individuals, effective contributors and responsible citizens.

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The convention applies to every child whatever their ethnicity, gender, religion, abilities, whatever they think or say.

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