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The Isobel Mair School
1A Drumby Crescent, G76 7HN, UK Clarkston
+44 (0)141-577 4546

Isobel Mair School

Isobel Mair School has a holistic approach to the education of pupils aged 5 -18 years who have a very wide range of difficulties.  Meeting the needs of pupils with complex learning difficulties demands a high degree of structure and staff expertise.

All staff are suitably qualified in the education of pupils with severe/complex learning difficulties and additional Communication and Language Disorders.  Staff are involved in the educational process which is always self-questioning. There is an openness and trust where self-questioning is seen as constructive.

Staff are encouraged to share values, direction and responsibility for the benefit of the pupils / school.  Educational provision is seen as partnership with parents, pupils, specialists and other professionals.  We strive to seek to celebrate success at all levels and to ensure the dignity and respect of all stakeholders.

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  • To enable each child to develop to the highest level which he/she is capable of attaining within a safe, secure and welcoming environment.

  • To provide a caring, supportive learning environment which meets the care and welfare of all our pupils.

  • To develop self confidence and the skills are required for effective social interaction with others in the wider community both now and in the future.

  • To provide an holistic approach to ensure effective implementation of the elaborated curriculum and SQA Access units.

  • To establish curricular links with other schools which promote all aspects of social inclusion.

  • To experience contact with the outside world.


    Children at the primary stage follow the guidelines within the elaborated5 – 14 Curriculum.  The key areas of the 5 – 14 programme are:- Language & Communication; Mathematics / Understanding & Relating to the Environment; Environmental Studies; Expressive Arts; and Moral & Religious Education.

    Senior Pupils follow courses within the SQA Access National Qualification Framework which supports the development of Core Skills in Literacy & Numeracy; Personal & Social Development; Problem Solving; and Technology.

    Each pupil has an Individualised Educational Programme (IEP) which is specific to each pupil’s level of development.  Assessment by the Multi – disciplinary team results in the identification of learning targets and the teaching strategies / learning experiences required to facilitate the attainment of these targets.

    Pupil skills are developed through a wide range of curricular activities:-

    Multi – Sensory Activities                   Drama / Music Therapy

    Enterprise Activities                           Work Experience

    Integration with mainstream peers       Leisure Activities

    Sensory Stories                                 Multi- Sensory Environment

    Hydrotherapy / Swimming                  Community Outings

    ICT                                                   Media links


    Staff in Isobel Mair School are aiming to support pupils in being as independent as possible and therefore request that parents dress their children in clothes which allow for ease of movement and enable pupils to help with dressing where appropriate.

    The school has a school uniform which consists of a sweatshirt, polo shirt and zipped fleece, in the school colours (Jade, Navy/Black) and bearing the school logo.  School Uniform may be ordered at a very reasonable cost from the school office.  Orders will normally be made just after the Easter Break in readiness for the new school session.   It may be possible to supply other items from existing stock but it should be noted that we do not keep a large supply.

    Click here to see our uniform    


    Primary Department

    Secondary Department

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    Sensory Room

    Splash Pool

    Home Economics Room

    Technology Base

    Soft Play

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