Sign – along

Our new ASN teacher Nicole Douglas is introducing Sign-along to the school. Sign-along has been derived from the British Sign Language and is all about verbal as well as nonverbal communication (saying the phrase and signing at the same time) alongside tone, pitch and body language.  It will promote understanding and offer another level of communication for all children.  Here is the link to the sign-a-long website which has more information:

This week’s Sign-along – Thank You


Dear Pupils, Parents, Staff and other visitors,

Welcome to our new website. I hope you like the new updated look and feel of it, and the easier access to policies, forms, documents and links. I would like to thank Brian Gray for kindly letting us use his superb photograph of the school as our banner. I would also like to thank all the staff who have contributed to the creation of the website.

To help us keep connected and communicating during these challenging times, we have launched the website a little earlier than we had planned . Due to this, we will continue updating it over the coming days and months.

Amongst other things, we  will be adding in a transition tab for pupils going from Early Years to P1, pupils leaving P7 for S1, and of course pupils leaving school for the next chapter in their lives.  We will also be sharing all home learning packs on the website.

I hope you find the website a useful resource, however, if you can think of any way to improve it please get in touch.

Kind regards,

Logan Nicolson

(Head Teacher)

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