Refunds for School Trips – Update
We apologise to our parents and carers who are waiting for a refund for any day and residential school trips that have been cancelled. It has been a complex process and our staff have worked incredibly hard to resolve matters to ensure refunds can be paid. All refunds should be made by the middle of July.
Parent Update Letter from Steven Quinn, Director of Children’s Services – 24.6.20
Aarangements for August
Parent Update Letter from Steven Quinn, Director of Children’s Services – 12.6.20
Parent and Carer Survey Response – 1.6.20
Earlier this month, Renfrewshire Council asked parents and carers to submit their questions on schools and nurseries. Thank you to everyone who took part, there was a phenomenal response with more than 1,000 questions.
Your most-asked questions were put to Steven Quinn, Director of Children’s Services, which you can see at www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/coronavirus-schools. You can also find answers to many more questions there too.
Thank you for your continued patience and support for our school/nursery during this difficult time. We hope to see you back in our school/nursery as soon as it is safe to do so.
Coronavirus Update – 26.5.20
Scottish Government has set out the route map for schools and nurseries to reopen for children and young people across Scotland. You can read a statement from Director of Children’s Services, Steven Quinn, about the route map on the council’s website.
Coronavirus – National School Closure
The Scottish Government has announced schools across Scotland will close after Friday.
We are working with them to ensure continued support for children and families affected. We will provide more info as soon as we can.
Welcome to Our Lady of Peace Primary School. Some of you are already familiar with our school, while others are meeting us for the first time.
We are pleased to welcome your child to Our Lady of Peace Primary and will do our best to ensure your child achieves the best they can. Our hope is that the children in our school develop positive attitudes to learning to allow them to become caring and responsible adults.
Our entire staff are committed to providing a happy, safe and caring environment for every child, where learning experiences are interesting, challenging and fun. We have high, but achievable expectations in terms of behaviour, attitude and attendance at school. We encourage our children to take pride in our school to be responsible for their actions.
Our Lady of Peace Primary School is committed to working in partnership with parents and carers and we very much value your opinions and suggestions on how to improve our school. We look forward to working with you.
If you require any further information or details, please do not hesitate to contact me through the school office.