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Springhill Primary School
Springhill Road, G78 2SE, UK Barrhead
+44 (0)141-881 2442

Springhill Primary School 

Springhill is a happy and caring school, where everyone works hard to keep a friendly atmosphere. It is in the town of Barrhead, East Renfrewshire. 
We hope our site helps you to find out more about our school.

STOP PRESS: Springhill is working towards becoming a Fairtrade School. We learn about fair trade and use Fairtrade products whenever we can. Find out more.


School Aims - S.H.A.R.R.I.N

Our school aims are under the headings of East Renfrewshire's Children's Services plan. The pupils came up with the name "Sharrin" to help them to remember the areas, and there is a beautiful display in the school entrance hall.

SAFE The children of Springhill will be welcomed into a safe and caring environment.  All staff will work to protect the pupils from abuse, neglect and harm within the community.  Teachers will develop a trusting relationship with each individual and ensure that the appropriate procedures are followed.

NURTURED At Springhill we will ensure that children are supported in their family setting through good home links and have access to services available, if needed, through the community school.  Through continuous support Springhill School will ensure each child has a positive and rewarding experience of school life.

HEALTHY In Springhill, all young people will have the opportunity to attain the highest possible standard of physical, social and emotional health, through a cross-curricular approach which encourages a healthy lifestyle.  This includes active PE, healthy eating choices and supportive PSE programmes, delivered within a safe environment.
ACHIEVING The children of Springhill will have equal access to a broad range of positive learning environments through a wide and varied curriculum.  The pupils will have opportunities to achieve their fullest potential through the development of their skills and knowledge, encouraging every child to develop their confidence and self esteem.
ACTIVE Springhill Primary School, in conjunction with appointed Active School Co-ordinators, will both encourage and provide a range of opportunities for our pupils to involve themselves in curricular, extra-curricular and playground activities in order to foster a positive attitude to being active, which in turn will enhance their health, well-being and social skills.
RESPECTED AND RESPONSIBLE Springhill Primary School will strive to ensure that in decisions which affect them, the views of pupils and their carers are welcomed and given due consideration.  Springhill Primary School will encourage pupils to work in partnership with others to make important decisions about their role in personal learning and in the life of the community.
INCLUDED Springhill Primary School will strive to provide high quality Learning and Teaching for pupils, parents and carers.  Springhill Primary School will recognise specific social, educational, environmental and economic barriers experienced by pupils and will take steps to overcome them.  Springhill Primary School will engage with Integrated Community School staff, Social Work and Health Board staff to counter inequalities of all kinds, which create barriers to learning.


In Springhill Primary, we aim to provide a broad, balanced curriculum, which allows each pupil an equal opportunity to develop their ability and fulfil their potential.

Our curriculum follows the 5 – 14 National Guidelines, provided by the Scottish Executive Education Department, and the policies of East Renfrewshire Education Department.

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English Language Mathematics
Modern Languages ICT
Social Subjects Science
Expressive Arts Religious and Moral
PSD Health
Enterprise Citizenship



At Springhill we have many extra curricular clubs including

Street Dance Mondays 3.00  -  4.00pm
Football        Tuesdays 3.00  -  4.00pm
Badminton    Thursdays  3.00  -  4.00pm
Netball       Wednesdays  3.00 - 4.00pm
Play Club    Fridays 3.00  -  4.00pm
Web Club     Tuesdays 3.00  -  4.00pm




It is policy of the school to encourage a happy relationship between home and school. This relationship is seen as a partnership between the school and home. Opportunities are given in November and May each year for formal visits by parents to the school and there is at least one ‘open’ day during the year when parents can come and view the children at work. It is hoped that parents will communicate with the school at all times about any matters concerning their children. This invitation is repeated in every newsletter. Springhill Primary is also a part the Barrhead Integrated School within East Renfrewshire, which builds links within the community through specially appointed staff.

On various occasions throughout the year parents are invited to share in our assemblies and to be involved in class activities, also to help in Sports and class outings. The school has been part of a project in Early Literacy. This involves parents in reading stories, playing games and supporting activities, which develop language. During the session, Mrs Wallace operates an Infant Library for P1 – P3 pupils. This is a lending library to aid the promotion of early reading skills and is well supported and run by volunteer parents. From early June, there is a ‘pre-school-into - P1’ slot on Thursdays at 2.45p.m. to encourage our new starts to take home a book.

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