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Information from Schools, Learning and Education, Stirling Council

Review of Organisation of Classes Policy 2022-2023

School Improvement Plan

Standards and Quality Report

Parent information about Staged Intervention

Diary Dates

Stirling Council School Holiday Dates

Friday 28th October – Halloween Party.

6pm – 715pm – Nursery to Primary 3

730pm – 9pm – Primary 4 to 7

Venue - Edmonstone Hall

Friday 2nd  December – School Christmas Fayre. (Provisionally agreed date only)

6pm – 8pm

Venue  - Strathblane Primary School.

School Lunch Menu


On 27th September 4 teams of P6 and P7 pupils took part in the netball festival at Balfron High School. There were 16 teams who took part in the competition all together. We are delighted to say that all 4 of our teams went undefeated in their 8 games each. Everyone played really well together. The passing of the ball between players was phenomenal. The children conducted themselves in a sportsmanlike way throughout the evening and continued to work hard. It is great to see the way the children behaved and played.

School Uniform Consultation

Scottish Government are seeking views on uniform policy including what should be included within guidance, the role that school uniform plays within day to day school life, how best to reduce the cost of school uniforms and draft principles which could be incorporated into national guidance.


Due to the timescale of the consultation, please be aware that only responses received by 5pm on Wednesday 28 September will be able to be collated in our service response.

Wee Spuds

The Wee Spuds were out in the sunshine at the weekend digging up all the potatoes that had grown in our raised beds at the allotment.

We have kept some of the King Edward and Maris Piper potatoes to store for 'seed' potatoes to 'chit' next year and grow more potatoes.  The rest of the King Edwards we will give to school to use and the Maris Piper potatoes we will donate to the food bank at the Co-op.

Strathblane Primary School has been on the current site since the mid sixties. The building is set in beautiful countryside with easy access to the natural world for environmental studies projects. Pupils enjoy spacious accommodation with classrooms, general purpose room, and hall with stage and P.E. facilities, separate dining area and a computer suite. Outdoors there are generous playing areas, both hard and grassed. The Parent Council and local businesses have been very supportive in helping to raise funds to improve the school grounds. Parents, friends and the school’s pupil leadership groups have planted trees, shrubs, bulbs and other plants to enhance the environment. Every classroom has an interactive whiteboard and at least two PCs available for the curricular use. 


More information is available in our handbook