Category Archives: Our School

School Uniform

OUR SCHOOL UNIFORM

Parents are asked to support the school by ensuring that children wear school uniform, especially the

school sweatshirt. These sweatshirts with the school logo, can be ordered through the school in April

and September.

  • The school uniform colours are navy, light blue and white.
  • White or light blue polo shirt with embroidered badge
  • Navy sweatshirt/cardigan with logo
  • Grey, black or navy trousers/ skirt/ pinafore
  • Black sweatshirts with an embroidered badge are worn exclusively by our senior pupils in P6 and P7.

We ask that those who do not wear school uniform come to school in suitable clothing for a working

environment i.e. black or grey.

 

School Staff 2015-2016

Headteacher

Mrs Y. R. Nicoll

Depute Headteacher

Mrs J. Syme

Principal Teachers

Mr P. Doherty

Miss E. McFarland

Teaching Staff

Mrs J. Allison

Mrs A. Banks

Mrs M. Buwert

Mr M. French

Mr P. Fyfe

Mrs S. Mackintosh

Miss C. McCulloch

Mrs F. McGee

Mrs C. Monteith

Mrs K. Porter

Mrs J. Semple

Miss L. Stevenson

Support for Learning Teacher

Mrs S. Ortlepp

VISITING SPECIALISTS

P.E.          Mr R. Paterson

Music      Vacancy

SCHOOL SUPPORT STAFF

Secretary      Mrs G. Strachan 

Janitor          Mr C. Muirhead

Early Years Educator

Mrs C. McLachlan

Support for Learning Assistants

Mrs E. Perrie

Mrs J. Russell

Mrs J. Summerscales

Mrs D. Taylor

Mrs B. Wheatley

Mrs A. Jones

KITCHEN STAFF

Cook              Mrs M. Lyons 

Assistant        Mrs J. Graham &  Mrs J. Nelson 

CLEANING STAFF

Supervisor     Mrs S. Drinkwater 

Breakfast Club

Start your day the Breakfast Club way!

Our popular Breakfast Club is open on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8.15am – 8.45am.

All Fallin Primary School children are welcome.

A selection of hot/cold drinks, cereal and toast is available.

Pay at the door – 50p.  breakfast_club_3

 

 

‘Communicating with Parents – Our Code’

Stirling and Clackmannanshire Education Services are committed to working with parents. We recognise the vital role that parents play in the lives of their children and young people, and that by sharing knowledge and expertise, parents and professionals can work together to enable children and young people to fulfil their potential.

For our partnership to succeed, we must ensure easy, effectice, and meaningful communication between Education Services and Parents. We have created a Code for Communicating with Parents. The Code is intended to provide a broad framework for professionals when communicating with parents.

To read our full document please click here.