Learning ,Teaching and Assessment/Ionnsachadh, Teagasg agus Measadh

At Craighill we believe that learning, teaching and assessing are crucial to how our  children progress.  We follow the Highland Council policy.  To view this policy please click on the following hyper link: Highland Council Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy

Working on our sounds.

Working on our sounds.

Promoting Positive Behaviour/A’ Brosnachadh Sar-mhodh

We believe that our children behave in a very positive manner, most of the time!  We try to promote this by being positive with the children and creating a warm caring, atmosphere to enhance learning and teaching.  You can read our policy by clicking on the attached  link: behaviour policy Sept 15

We have a new reading book!

We have a new reading book!


We believe that homework is really useful to help the children further their learning.  In each class blog you will find the homework that is expected of that class.  You can read our policy by clicking on the attached link: Homework Policy

Concentrating on our maths, at least most of us are!!!

Concentrating on our maths, at least most of us are!!!


From time there are incidences of bullying in the school which are always dealt with as soon as we are aware of an issue. Fortunately these incidences are very few and far between. You can read our policy, which includes a link to Highland Council’s Anti -bullying, anti racism and cyber bullying policy, by clicking on the attached link: Anti-bullying Policy

"I wonder what I will do tonight after school!!2

“I wonder what I will do tonight after school??”

Additional Support Needs/Feumalachdan Taic-ionnsachaidh

All children need support to help them learn. Some children require more help than others.  We follow The Highland Practice Model staged approach to assessing, identifying and supporting additional support needs.    In this model every child has a ‘named person’ who is responsible for making sure that the child or young person has the right help to support his/her development and well-being.
If you have a concern about your child in primary school  please contact your child’s class teacher in the first instance or the Depute Headteacher.      
Sometimes a Child’s Plan may be put in place to help organise, monitor and regularly review your child’s progress.
If you wish to find out more about The Highland Practice Model or the Child’s Plan  you can access more information  at :

Child Protection/Dion Cloinne

At Craighill we want all our children to do well and to be safe.  If we have concerns about the health and safety of the child it may be necessary to follow the procedures set out in our Child Protection policy.  Click on the attached link should you wish to view the policy:

Child Protection August 15