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Udny Green Primary School
Udny Green, Ellon, AB41 7RS, UK Aberdeenshire
Tel. 0165-184-2376


Welcome !!!

Udny Green School is a small rural school situated in the picturesque village of Udny Green. The school forms an integral part of the community.

The school consists of two composite classes where children are encouraged to work together with staff for a stimulating and rewarding primary education where pupils, staff and parents work in partnership to improve learning and teaching and promote the well-being of all school community members.

Udny Green school aims to provide a high standard of education for all pupils.

We aim to prepare our pupils for the society in which they are going to live. We hope to equip the child with the skills necessary for life in our modern society by promoting positive attitudes, creativity and good health. We have recently gained the Green Flag Award.

Our Aims are:
  • To provide a stimulating, welcoming and safe environment in which to learn.
  • To raise attainment, encouraging all children to work to the best of their ability.
  • To foster good relationships between school, parents and the community.
  • To encourage the Continuing Professional Development of staff so that pupils are always offered quality teaching.
  • To ensure equal opportunities for pupils in our school and promote inclusion for pupils through Early Intervention and close links with Meldrum Community School.
  • To support all pupils including those with additional learning needs.
  • To encourage pupils to be tolerant, respecting and appreciative of the feelings and views of others.
  • To provide sufficient and appropriate resources to support learning.
  • To maintain effective self-evaluation procedures to ensure pupils receive a quality education.
  • To value and promote health and well-being among pupils and staff.


The curriculum of Udny Green Primary School follows the 5-14 guidelines as required by the Scottish Office, in the curricular areas:


English Language

Modern Language

Gaelic and Other Lesser-Used Languages


Information & Communication Technology

Religious & Moral Education

Personal & Social Development

Expressive Arts

Instrument Tuition

Physical Education

Extra-Curricular Activities

Environmental Studies

Health Education

Enterprise Education

Equal Opportunities



The School Development Plan has to take into account the Five National Priorities:-


  • Achievement and Attainment
  • Framework for Learning
  • Inclusion and Equality
  • Values and Citizenship
  • Learning for Life

The S.D.P. also takes into account Aberdeenshire priorities.

We are moving into a new climate in education where the focus now lies with four key capabilities, which we want all children to achieve. These are contained in “A Curriculum for Excellence” document, which provides a framework for pupils to progress their learning.


Although there is no specific uniform, over the years pupils have been encouraged to wear the school colours and parents have opted for: -

Ø A green sweatshirt with school logo which can be ordered through the  school

Ø White polo tee-shirt/shirt (Green tie available for purchase at school)

Ø Grey or green skirt/trousers, (green checked dress for summer wear)

Ø Indoor shoes, preferably black gym shoes, but soft, non marking training shoes may be acceptable

Ø Shorts for P.E.

Warmth and comfort are paramount and children should be appropriately dressed and look smart.

It is important that all items of clothing and belongings are clearly marked with the child’s name.

An overall/old shirt is advisable to protect clothes during art/craft work


Information from Aberdeenshire Council

In line with the Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004, the term special educational needs will no longer be used.  The term additional support needs will be used instead.

A child or young person may need additional support if they


· Are being bullied


· Have learning difficulties


· Are deaf or blind


· Are particularly talented


· Have been bereaved


· Do not attend school regularly


All children and young people may need support at some point to help them benefit from school education. Most of the time the class teacher is able to provide the help that many children and young people need. However, if additional help over and above this is needed then there is a process that we follow to ensure the right help is given.  Please ask for more details if necessary

There may be a few children and young people who may need more help than the school can give.  They may need significant help from, for instance, health services or social work services.  In these cases a Co-ordinated Support Plan will be written which will state the help that is being given.  The authority in partnership with schools, health and social work are developing procedures to put these in place.

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