Welcome to Goodlyburn Primary School.
We currently have a nursery class for 3-5 year olds, Strong Start provision for 2 year olds and 11 primary classes from P1 - P7 including a multi-composite Gaelic Medium Education class.
We are situated in the grounds of the University of Highlands and Islands (Perth College campus) off Crieff Road, Perth.
Our aim is to ensure that your child is happy and able to learn in a caring and supportive environment. Working in partnership with our parents is really important to us and we encourage parental involvement in the life of the school.
Mrs Sands, Head Teacher and Mrs McCully, Depute Head Teacher and teachers are always happy to speak with you about your child. This can be a quick chat at the end of the school day or you are very welcome to make an appointment if you would like a longer discussion.
Class teachers will be keeping you updated about classroom life and learning via their class page - check back regularly to see your children in action.
Perth community school have an office in our school building and we work closely with the team including Community Link workers to support our children and families. Have a look at their tab above to find out more.
Our School Improvement Priorities this year are ....
1) Improved attainment in literacy and numeracy.
2) Children have the strategies and confidence to overcome any barriers to learning.
3) Children have well planned, rich learning experiences.
Dates for your Diary
Tickets now available from school office
Adult tickets £2 Children £1 doors open 1.40 both days
13 - P1-3 Nativity
14 - P1-3 Nativity
15 - Christmas Parties/Christmas Jumper Day (dress for either or both!)
P3-P5 - 9.30-10.30
P1-P2/3 - 11.00-12.00
P6-P7 - 1.15-2.45
22 - End of Term school finishes 12:00
Perth Gaelic Playgroup / Cròileagan Pheairt
Please click on link below for more information
School Improvement Plan 2017-18 is now available via the link.
Let’s wear our wellies!
We’ve fantastic school grounds at Goodlyburn and we’re eager to get the children outside for learning, exercise and fresh air.
Keeping wellies at school will mean that the children can enjoy their time outside, whatever the weather.
Do you have any spare wellies in good condition that you could donate to the school? If so, these can be handed into our office and they would be greatly appreciated.
Click for www.pkc.gov.uk/schoolholiday
2017-18 and 2018-19 holiday dates are available using the above link
Please order polo shirts, sweatshirts and jackets directly from School Trends by clicking the link below.