How can I make an enquiry to the school?
We welcome contact whether by phone, email, letter or in person at reception.
General queries can be sent by email to: email@example.com
Our telephone number is: 01887 822300
You will also find that many general queries can be answered by looking at our school handbook. Click Here
Enquiries regarding Nursery or Primary, including potential enrolments, should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and marked for the attention of Mrs Victoria Marshall, Head of Primary. These include enquiries regarding the Gaelic Medium Education in the nursery and primary.
Secondary enquiries, including potential enrolments, should be directed to Craig Martin, Depute Headteacher: email@example.com
If you know your child’s guidance teacher, you should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org marking it for the attention of the relevant teacher:
Mr Harry Davidson, Principal Teacher Guidance
Mrs Anna Glover, Principal Teacher Guidance
Queries regarding additional support needs should also be send to the above email address but marked for the attention of Lisa Forrester, Principal Teacher Support for Learning.
If you have any child protection concerns outwith school hours you can contact:
Duty Child Protection – ChildProtection@pkc.gov.uk 01738 476768
Alternatively you can complete a Contact Enquiry Form by Clicking Here
How quickly can I expect a response?
We will always aim to respond to enquires within five working days during term time. In many cases, however – particularly where there is a time factor – responses will be far quicker.
In the case of urgent enquires, parents should phone or come into the school. In such cases, a member of the senior management team will be available to deal with the matter at the time.
How do I give the school important information about my child?
Parents can use letters to communicate relevant information, such as reason for absence, to a primary class teacher or a secondary register teacher. In the case of secondary, if what is being communicated should be known by more than one member of staff, such letters are best addressed to the guidance teacher. Other modes of communication are also possible, but cannot be guaranteed to be passed on to the register or class teacher on the day.