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St Cuthbert's Primary School

Kirkland Street

Maybole

KA19 7HD

 Phone: 01655 885807

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9.00 am – 10.45 am Work Period 1 
10.45 am – 11.00 am Morning Interval 
11.00 am – 12.30 pm Work Period 2 
12.15 pm - 1.00 pm Lunch 
1.00 pm - 3.00 pm Work Period 3 



 

Children are encouraged to wear the St. Cuthbert’s school uniform. Our uniform consists of purple jumper, white polo shirts or white shirts and ties. School uniform can be purchased through BE SCHOOLWEAR school uniforms on Dalblair Road. Any other information can be obtained by phoning the school office.

To save time and trouble for both parents and teachers….

PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU PUT YOUR CHILD’S NAME ON HER / HIS CLOTHES!


In St. Cuthbert’s Primary School our values are important beliefs about how we should behave. These values make us the people we are, allowing us to achieve in life and be the best we can be.

As a community we have five common values which we share:

 
Honesty    Equality     Ambition     Respect   Truth

All staff are fully aware of the vision for the pupils of St. Cuthbert’s Primary School and contribute to the ethos of the school and the values contained in the Catholic Charter.

Our school aims are founded on our shared values and ambitions of the school and wider community and have been developed in consultation with all stakeholders, pupils, staff and parents. They take account of the needs of the pupils and reflect the improvement objectives of South Ayrshire Council and the values, principles and practices of Curriculum for Excellence.

St. Cuthbert’s Primary School will aim:
  • to enable our children to become successful, lifelong learners through a challenging, relevant and enjoyable curriculum where pupils staff and parents work in partnership to ensure achievement and attainment for all through high quality learning and teaching experiences.
  • to develop confident individuals who can communicate clearly and share ideas while acknowledging and respecting the views and opinions of others.
  • to encourage children to be effective contributors who are actively involved in their own community and the wider community and where the Gospel values of equality, fairness, respect and inclusion are evident in all that they do.
  • to create a culture of responsible citizenship where our children take ownership of their behaviour and attitudes and make good choices allowing them to develop healthy, active and positive lifestyles.
  • to promote an ethos of support and effective communication with staff, pupils and parents.
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Mr Ingram
Head Teacher
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Mr Moan
Principal Teacher
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Mrs Harper-Titchener
Class Teacher
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Mrs Melody
Class Teacher
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Mrs McDermott
Classroom Assistant
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Mrs Strang
Clerical Assistant
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Mrs McClung
Janitor/Dinner Lady
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Mrs Matthews
Classroom Assistant
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St. Cuthbert’s Primary School

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