Whole School Letters


We are very aware that some letters have a tendency of going missing during the short trip from school to home!

Below you will find all the links to any letters that have been sent out by the school. Any stage specific letter can be found using our other links in the ‘Latest Letters’ section.

At the bottom of the page are also documents relating to various health issues that are common in schools including head lice. We will remove letters from this section as they become out of date.

During the school closure, we have decided to add any future letters to their own page. To access them, please go to Closure Resources –> Lockdown Letters alternatively you can click here.

Whole School Letters

22.08.19 – Friday Phone Call

22.08.19 – Class Assemblies

03.09.19 – Pets as Therapy Dog

05.09.19 – School Calendar 2020 (Parent Version)

27.09.19 – Headteacher’s Newsletter (September 2019)

28.10.19 – New Home-School Link Worker

04.11.19 – Learning Journals App

08.11.19 – Playground Gritting

20.11.19 – Dogs At The Gate

29.11.19 – Headteacher’s Newsletter (November 2019)

29.11.19 – Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood Resource

03.12.19 – Police Scotland Theft Advice    (Leaflet 1)    (Leaflet 2)

09.12.19 – Colds and Flu Info

18.12.19 – Headteacher’s Newsletter (December 2019)

08.01.20 – Biscuit and Blether

15.10.20 – Families Connect Coffee Morning

16.01.20 – No Wrapper Friday

20.02.20 – Seasons for Growth Information Session

28.02.20 – Hibs Give Back

04.03.20 – World of Work Week 2020

10.03.20 – Covid19 / Coronavirus Update for Parents and_Carers

12.03.20 – Book Fair (incl. Timetable)

25.03.20 – Headteacher’s Newsletter (March 2020)

02.04.20 – Headteacher’s Newsletter (April 2020)

Annual Permission Forms

KICannual (Yearly Consent Form)

KICmed (Medical Attachment if required)

Photography and Video Permission

Health Guidance Letters

Norovirus Advice

Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease Advice

Head Lice Guidance

Mumps Information (link to NHS website)

NHS Guidance on Noval Coronavirus