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Lochmaben Primary School
Lochmaben, DG11 1NR, UK Lockerbie
+44 (0)1387 810208


Each person in our school, from Nursery to Primary 7, is an important individual and we hope our school will be a happy, caring and stimulating place for all. We need the assistance and co-operation of all parents and carers to achieve this. It is vitally important for your child’s education and well-being that good, positive communication is established between home and school.

We already have several means of communication between home and school. However, to further enhance lines of communication we have created a school website. The website will help familiarise parents and carers with some of the educational, organisational and social aspects of our school. We hope you find it informative and useful and that it will encourage and enhance the partnership which already exists between home and school.

This is an exciting means of communication. We hope it will enable you to become more involved in your child’s education to ensure that that your child’s primary education is both happy and rewarding.


  • Achieve our highest standards in teaching and learning
  • Care for and respect each other
  • Become fair minded, responsible adults
  • Build confidence
  • Be part of the wider community
  • Promote self discipline
  • Be positive
  • Provide a happy and secure environment
  • Be inclusive
  • Foster a life long enthusiasm for learning which will allow pupils to attain the knowledge, skills and qualifications required for a rewarding life, productive employment and active citizenship



Morning session - 9.10 - 11.40a.m.

Afternoon Session - 12.45 - 3.15p.m.


We are keen to encourage healthy eating so milk and water will be offered to the children to drink. Snacks will include fruit - fresh and dried, raw vegetables, dips, cheese, yoghurt, crisps crackers and bread.

The children will be encouraged to help prepare the snack, lay and clear the table and on occasions help to bake.

Nursery Library

The Nursery operates a lending library. Children are free to select a new book as often as they wish. By sharing a book together, you can help your child to associate reading with a pleasurable experience. This will stand your child in good stead when he/she learns to read.


When the opportunity arises we like to take the children on outings. These can be as simple as shopping for the Nursery, visiting the park or a group visit e.g. a wood, a garden centre, the library etc. The children will be closely supervised and where transport is involved (pre-schoolers only) permission will be sought beforehand.


We are keen to provide as many after school leisure activities as possible. However, this depends on the talents and goodwill of staff and parents/friends who are prepared to give up their valuable time to organise clubs for the children.

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