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School Roll and stages


Present Roll:    171

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. Breaks 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). 1140 hours ELC is intended to support child development, help close the attainment gap through the provision of high quality services, and support parents to work, train or study. ELC can be accessed through local authority settings, partner provider nurseries and childminders. Parents can also choose to have a blended placement using more than one setting and/or childminder.


Further ELC Information for parents is available via 

Please see Argyll and Bute Early-years or call our Early Years Helpline on 01369 708503 for further information and for details of the nearest establishment/s offering early learning and childcare.

Information about snack and meal provision within ELC settings can be found here.

Visits of Prospective Parents/Carers

If you wish to visit the school prior to your child joining, please contact the school office.

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 see for further information.

Updated: 04/2023



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 


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