Castlehill Primary School | Ralston Road, Campbeltown PA28 6LE
Telephone: 01586 553446 | Fax: 01586 553665 | Mobile: 07867753293 | Email: email@example.com
In our school we are committed to providing appropriate opportunities for the development of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural values through both the ethos and the curriculum. This will be undertaken in partnership with parents/carers and will take account of the individual needs of pupils and the views of parents/carers.
Our school welcomes and encourages diversity and individuality, while emphasizing our common commitment to moral values such as honesty, respect for others, compassion and justice. Fundamental principles of our school are that all who are involved in the life of our school have the right to be respected as individuals and carry the responsibility to act in a considerate and respectful manner towards others. We are firmly committed to the elimination of any form of discrimination on the grounds of race, religion, gender or disability.
Supporting Learners - guidance on the identification, planning and provision of support.
Journey to Excellence - provides guidance and advice about culture and ethos.
Health and wellbeing guidance on healthy living for local authorities and schools.
Building Curriculum for Excellence Through Positive Behaviour and Relationships outlines the Scottish Government’s priority actions around positive behaviour in schools and is also a source of support.
Scottish Catholic Education Service’s resource ‘This is Our Faith’ which supports the teaching and learning of Catholic religious education.
School and Community Links
The school works closely with other organisations in the community to promote positive behaviour, foster good relationships and motivate pupils:
Working closely with our neighbouring Nursery
Liaising with Campbeltown Grammar School. A number of students benefit from work experience placements in Castlehill, providing positive role models for our children.
Working with Active Schools to provide a range of sporting activities for children.
Benefitting from football coaching by coaches from the local football organisation
Promoting and encouraging children’s involvement in clubs and activities within the local area
Liaising with the local church, for example, for end of term services
Liaising with local residential and nursing homes to provide opportunities for residents to see and hear pupils performing
Working closely with external agencies and providers to support children in their learning and well-being.
Promoting Positive Behaviour
Good behaviour is essential for good learning to take place. The general aim of the school is to provide an atmosphere of mutual respect and collective responsibility. Pupils, parents and staff all have an important part to play in producing and sustaining this positive ethos. The rules of the school are of a common sense nature, bearing in mind the interest and safety of all concerned.
Our school rules are:-
1. Speak and listen respectfully to others.
2 . Act kindly towards others.
3 . Look after everyone’s property.
4 . Be responsible inside the school and in the playground.