Parent Council

Coylton Parent Council is a welcoming, inclusive and proactive group of parents, cares and teachers representing the parent forum within the school. Working with the school we aim to provide a positive contribution to school life by representing the parent forum in decisions, consultations and improvements within the school. As well as supporting the local community with relevant initiatives we undertake a range of fund raising initiative throughout the school year. All funds raised are used for to purchase resources, activities and trips for the pupils. Please click here to read the group constitution.

Meetings are held on a Wednesday evening at 7pm via zoom. The dates for the session ahead are:

  • 29th September 2021
  • 27th October 2021
  • 24th November 2021
  • 12th January 2022
  • 2nd March 2022
  • 27th April 2022
  • 1st June 2022

Officer Bearers 2021-22 are:

  • Chair – Lorna McIntyre
  • Vice Chairs – Kirsty Murdoch/Bonita Rathore
  • Treasurer – Shala Montgomery
  • Fund Raising Co-ordinator – Kayleigh Martin/ Elisa Mackie (Supported by Hazel Murray)

On Wednesday 1st September 2021 we chaired our AGM. Click here to read the minutes from this meeting.


If you would like to know more about Coylton Primary Parent Council,  to raise an issue or bring a point for development and discussion you can either:

  • Send us an email at coyltonparentcouncil@yahoo.com
  •  Make contact via Facebook at the Coylton Primary Parent Council page

or

  • Speak to your class representative (contact details available via the school office)

Class Representatives:

EYC – Kyla Wilson

P1A /P1B – Pamela Campbell

P2/P2/3/P3- Kayleigh Martin

P4 – Shala Montgomery

P4/5  Elisa Mackie

P5 – Kay Clark

P6/ P6/7 – Shala Montgomery

P7 – Margaret Howat

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