22.4.2020 – Changes to the Website

There is a NEW PE page under ‘Class Pages’. Mr Nelson has been busy adding activities for the whole school to enjoy.

There is also now a Health and Wellbeing page under ‘Information and Useful Links.’ This is for guidance about mental health and coping strategies during this uncertain time.

Update for week beginning 20.4.2020

We hope everyone is safe and well at home. All of the Learning and Teaching activities for the week have been added to the class and nursery pages (which you will find in the menu above.) Each class also has a folder of “challenge activities”, which are entirely optional.

Below are some additional “challenge activities”, which are suitable for the whole family:


We hope you enjoy them!

Finally, here is some information which may help parents or carers who are finding increased anxiety levels:

Wellbeing Space Online

Anxiety Management Drop-in Online

School Closure

2.4.2020: Please see document below for the most recent advice from Edinburgh Council on Teaching, Learning and GIRFEC throughout the school closures.

Edinburgh Learns Guidance for Parents_TeachingLearningGIRFEC_April2020

26.3.2020: For your information:


26.3.2020:  Please see documents below for information regarding those entitled to free meals.

FSM school closure – no bank details

FSM school closure payment

23.3.2020:  Please see document below for advice from Edinburgh Council on Teaching, Learning and GIRFEC throughout the school closures.

Edinburgh Learns Guidance for Parents – WEB VERSION

Dyslexia Awareness Week is 4-9 November 2019

The theme of the week is Building Independence for Life – to raise awareness and show how, with the right support, children, young people and adults with dyslexia can achieve their full potential. 

The link below takes you to Dyslexia Scotland Website where you can find further information, ideas and resources e.g. posters.




From Tuesday 17th September our school library will be open on Tuesday afternoons to school families from 15:15 to 16:15. It will be accessed via the gate from the front playground through the Nursery play area.

Each family can register for a ticket which will enable them to borrow up to three books each week. So everyone can benefit from the library, borrowed books can be kept for a maximum of two weeks and are to be returned on a Tuesday afternoon.

All children must be accompanied by a parent or carer when using the family card.