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All authorities are required by law to issue a copy of the school handbook incorporating current policies and practices of both the council and the school to certain parents and carers in December each year for their use as appropriate.

Parents may make a placing request for their child to attend any school of their choice.



www.battlefield-pri.glasgow.sch.uk

INDEX
3 Welcome to Battlefield



4 School Information

5 Staffing Details

6 School Details

7 Enrolment

8/13 Curriculum

Language

Mathematics

Setting

Social Studies/Science/Technologies

Expressive Arts

Primary Modern Languages

Health and Wellbeing

Religious and Moral Education

Assessment

15 Equal Opportunities Provision

16 Additional Support Needs/ Accessibility strategy

Nurture Class

18 Home/School/Community

19 Quiet Garden

20 Attendance at School

21 Extra Curricular Activities/ Homework

22 Discipline

23 Bullying/ Playground Discipline

24 Clothing & Uniform/ Kit for PE lessons

25 Meals/Transport

26 Placing Requests

27 Medical and Health Care

28 Information in emergencies/Transfer from Primary School

29 Parent Forum/ Parent Council

31` Freedom of Information/After School Care/

Data Protection Act/

  1. How to Complain / Tackling racism

  2. Useful Addresses/Information for Parents


Appendices Bullying Policy Glossary

5-14 Attainment Figures Child Protection Circular

WELCOME TO BATTLEFIELD PRIMARY
December 2008
Dear Parent,
May I take this opportunity of welcoming you and your children to Battlefield Primary School. I hope your association with this school will be a long and happy one.
At Battlefield Primary we aim to provide a friendly, safe place where each child can grow in confidence and understanding, developing skills for life through a stimulating, learning environment. We foster academic, artistic, dramatic and musical development, sporting ability and loyalty to both the school and our community.
We want you to work in partnership with the staff and help us to provide a happy learning environment. We want you to encourage your child to work hard and behave well. If at anytime you are concerned about your child please come and tell us.
We hope you will see the school as an integral part of the community and that you will become involved in activities and events within the school. We want you to take an interest in what your child is doing at school.
As teachers we aim to offer the highest standard of teaching and learning by providing planned learning experiences matched to the needs of pupils. We hope to encourage all pupils to do their best in everything they do.
Since this handbook may not answer all your questions about the school please feel free at any time to contact the school for an appointment to discuss matters with myself or any other member of staff.
Yours sincerely,

Claire Curry HEAD TEACHER

SCHOOL INFORMATION
Name of school BATTLEFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL

Address 44 CARMICHAEL PLACE



GLASGOW, G42 9SY

Telephone 0141 632 2162

Fax 0141 649 7005

E Mail headteacher@battlefield-pri.glasgow.sch.uk



Website: www.battlefield-pri.glasgow.sch.uk

New Learning Community SHAWLANDS ACADEMY

Capacity of school 437 children

Present Roll 272 children

Primary 1 47

Primary 2 37

Primary 3 46

Primary 4 41

Primary 5 40

Primary 6 30

Primary 7 31

Parents should note that the working capacity of the school may vary, dependent upon the number of pupils at each stage, and the way in which the classes are organised. Battlefield Primary is a non-denominational school. Boys and girls attend this school from Primary 1 to Primary 7.


The school is an integral part of the community and it is our wish that the resources of the school are used by the community both during and out with school hours.

The school is used by various organisations on Monday to Friday evenings.



  • Battlefield Primary After School Care

  • Battlefield Primary Parent Council

  • Councillor’s surgery- Mr James Dornan

  • Local residents’ association

  • Various school after hours clubs

Organisations wishing to let part of the school in the evening should write, giving at least ten days notice to:- School Letting Section,

Cultural and Leisure

20 Trongate

GLASGOW G51 5ES


SCHOOL STAFF
HEAD TEACHER Mrs. Claire Curry

DEPUTE HEADTEACHER Mrs. Valerie Furlong

The Depute Head Teacher’s teaching responsibilities include


  • Co-ordinator of Learning Support and Additional Needs

CLASS TEACHERS

P7A Mr David Shand

P6A Mrs Roz Wilson/ Mrs Hazel McCarthy

P5B Mrs Vicky Lafferty

P5A/4B Mrs Elaine Robinson

P4A Miss Susan Sloan

P3B Mrs Vivien Easton

P3A Mrs Amanda Doyle**

P2B Ms Sarah Gardyne/Mrs Catriona Brown**

P2A Mrs Jean McKenzie

P1B Ms Lucy Freeman

P1A Ms Tahira Akhtar

EAL* Mrs Shagufta Ahmed

NURTURE CLASS Mrs Lynsey McLaughlin

Additional staff Mr Frank McCann, Physical Education

Mrs Catriona Brown**



VISITING STAFF Mr Peter Nicholson (Instrumentalist)

* EAL English as an Additional Language Support Teacher FTE full time equivalent

** PT Principal Teacher

Principal Teachers have a mix of teaching and management responsibilities.



SUPPORT STAFF

JANITOR Mr Peter McGirr

CLERICAL ASSISTANTS Mrs Anne Marie Donaghy

2 vacancies

PUPIL SUPPORT ASSISTANTS Mrs Marie Cunningham

Mrs Ann Hamill

Mrs Janet McCuaig

Mrs Maureen Martin

Mrs Lorraine Scott

Mrs Mairi Scott

Mrs Mary Sweeney

Vacancy


School Details

School Hours

Opening 9.00 am

Interval 11.00 am – 11.15 am

Lunch Primary 1-5 12.15 pm - 1.00 pm

Lunch Primary 6-7 12.00- 12.45pm



Dismissal 3.00 pm for whole school

We have a breakfast club in our cafeteria which offers free breakfast to all pupils between the times of 8.15am – 8.45am

NB: Pupils in Primary One are dismissed at 12.15pm daily until the September Weekend holiday. Thereafter P1 pupils return in the afternoon and are dismissed at 3pm.


Christmas/New Year

Monday 22 December 2008 to Friday 2 January 2009 (inclusive)

February Weekend

Monday 16 February and Tuesday 17 February 2009

In service

Wednesday 18th February 2009

Spring Holiday

Monday 6 April to Friday 17 April 2009 (inclusive)

NOTE; Good Friday is 10th April and Easter Monday is 13th April



In Service

Friday 1 May 2009

May Day

Monday 4 May 2009

May Weekend



Friday 22 May and

Monday 25 May 2009



School closes for

summer break



Friday 26 June 2009 1.30pm


Return Date for Teachers

 


Thursday 13th August 2009

Return Date for Pupils

 


Monday 17th August 2009

September Weekend

 


Friday 25 Sept 2009 and Monday 28 Sept 2009

First Mid-Term

 


Monday 12 October to Friday 16th October (inclusive) 2009

Christmas/New Year

Monday 22 December to Friday 2 January 2010 (inclusive)

2010 Return to School

 


Monday 5th January 2010

Second Mid-Term

 


Monday 15th 2010 and Tuesday 16th February 2010

Spring Holiday

Friday 2nd April 2010 to Friday 16th April 2010 (Inclusive)

Note: Good Friday is 2nd April and Easter Monday is 5th April



May Day

Monday 3rd May 2010

May Weekend

 


Friday 28 May 2010 and Monday 31st May 2010

School Closes for session

 


Friday 25th June 2010
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