Coronavirus or COVID-19

Remote Learning January 2021

Letter from Steven Quinn 18/11/20

Parent Carer Update Letter – 18 November

ParentCarer Update Letter


Coronavirus – Jason Leitch Letter on testing and common colds – 31 August 2020

2020 DFM Letter


Parent Update Letter 24 June


Return to school Aug 2020



Parents letter from Stephen Quinn

Parents letter



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 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. 


Please see attached the recent information from Renfrewshire Council for parents regarding remote learning.


MAY 25, 2020

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 the Director of Children’s Services, Steven Quinn, about the route map on the council’s website. 

SLT Helpline

Guidance on Remote Learning Primary Parents Final_

Childcare arrangements – 23-03-20


BCOS Pastoral Letter on Coronavirus_ (002)

Parent Update 17 03 2020

You may be aware of ongoing media coverage of the impacts of the Coronavirus or COVID-19.

The school and Council are continuing to monitor the situation and keep up to date with the latest guidance published by NHS Scotland and the Scottish Government to ensure we are fully prepared.

Where do I find the latest information?

For the latest information and up-to-date guidance, please visit

This page provides information on the countries noted as ‘risk areas’, what to do if you’ve recently travelled there, or if you’ve been in contact with someone who has.

Information is also available at

I think this applies to me.

If you believe you or your child may be affected, please stay at home and phone NHS24 on 111 or your local GP – you should call rather than visit your GP in the first instance.

Once you’ve received medical advice and if it requires your child to remain off school, please call the school to advise.

Yours sincerely


Stephen Collins

Acting Head Teacher