GENERAL INFORMATION
 
School Roll and stages

 

Present Roll:    204

Class Stages:   P1 to P7

 

The school welcomes pupils of all religious denominations.

The school does not currently have a Gaelic Medium Unit.

 

 

School Day

 

The school opens in the morning at 9.00 am and closes at 3.15 pm. Lunch is from 12 noon till 12.45 pm. Intervals are from 10.30 am till 10.45 am and from 2.00 pm till 2.15 pm.

 

Details of school holidays can be found here.

 

 

Early Learning and Childcare Provision

 

All eligible two, three and four year olds are entitled to 1140 hours (pro rata) of funded Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) from August 2020.  This will help young children gain vital language and learning skills, improve their social development and help them do better at school when it comes.  It will also support parents to work, train or study.  This childcare can be accessed through partner nurseries and partner childminders. Parents can also choose to have a blended placement using more than one setting and/or childminder.

 

Please see Argyll and Bute Early-years for further information and for details of the nearest establishment/s offering early learning and childcare.

 

 

Visits of Prospective Parents/Carers

Parents who are seeking a place for their child are very welcome to contact the school office to arrange a visit.


Once your child has been allocated a place you will be invited along to meet the staff and children, to find out more about the curriculum and to share information about your child.

Please click here for further information.

Updated: 06/08/2020

 

Useful Links

 

Contact details for all Argyll and Bute Schools 

 

 

Choosing a School:  A Guide for Parents - information on choosing a school and the placing request system 

 

A guide for parents/carers about school attendance explains parental responsibilities with regard to children’s attendance at school 

 

The Scottish Government guide Principles of Inclusive Communications provides information on communications and a self-assessment tool for public authorities