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Auchenback Primary School
Auburn Drive, G78 2EU, UK Barrhead
+44 (0)141-881 1703


Auchenback Primary School

Headteacher's Page

It was a privilege for the school to host a visit from Mathew McIver the Chief Executive/Registrar for the General Teaching Council for Scotland on Tuesday 11th September. Part of Mathew's visit was to acknowledge and promote the 'Chartered Teacher' programme within East Renfrewshire and Mathew had an opportunity to meet with Auchenback's own Chartered Teacher Kirsty Macdonald.

A copy of the Standards and Quality Report together with Auchenback School Plan for 2007-8 can now be accessed through our website and whilst this is not bedtime reading it does allow you to have sight of 'How we are doing' and also what our plans are for the new session.

Part of our 'Home School Partnership' policy enables parents/carers the opportunity to view their child's work through jotters/workbooks. This practice will continue and workbooks be sent home on a regular basis.

In extending the 'Home School Partnership' a programme updating our 'Homework' practice will be with you shortly.

Homework is only one way of developing positive links between home and school and gives you the parents the opportunity to work with your children's learning outwith the classroom environment.

A news letter will be available at the beginning of the new term highlighting significant events taking place within the school in the run up to the Christmas period.

Marion McDonald Roy

About Auchenback

Auchenback Primary School is situated in Barrhead, near Paisley. The school role fluctuates between about 180 and 200 children and there are currently 9 classes.

The school has three playgrounds, used for infants, junior and senior pupils.

If you are interested in visiting, please phone the office and we will be pleased to show you around.

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School hours:

School starts: 9am

Interval: 10:40am - 10:55am

Lunch: 12:35pm - 1:20pm

School closes: 3pm



Children in Auchenback are excellent at wearing uniform! Parents are very supportive and it is rare to see a child out of uniform. Uniform is not a pre-requisite of attending school in East Renfrewshire, but it is encouraged.

Many items of school uniform are available from the school office. 

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School Clothing Grants 

Children of parents in receipt of Income Support, Family Credit, Housing Benefit or Council Tax rebate will normally be entitled to monetary grants for footwear and clothing. Approval of any such requests for such grants made by parents in different circumstances are at the discretion of the director of education. Information and application forms may be obtained from schools and from area and education offices.


Traditional uniform

  • White Shirt or Blouse

  • School Tie

  • Navy Blue Blazer with School Badge

  • Navy Blue/Grey Trousers or Skirt

  • Navy/Grey jumper

Alternative uniform - -all with school badge

  • Pale Blue or White Polo Shirt

  • Navy/Light Blue Sweatshirt with crew neck/v-neck

  • reversible fleece jacket

Non-uniform Days

On non-uniform days children are free to wear their own clothes but should not wear:

  • football colours

  • anti-religious symbols or political slogans

  • clothing which advertises alcohol or tobacco

  • any item which could cause health and safety difficulties

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