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Uplawmoor Primary School
Tannoch Road, G78 4AD, UK Uplawmoor
+44 (0)1505 850246

Uplawmoor Primary
Tannoch Road
G78 4AD

Tel: 570 7460
Fax: 570 7461

Welcome to Uplawmoor's  website.

The staff and pupils are proud of our school and we work together to promote a happy caring environment where everyone feels secure. You can be confident that all aspects of your child's development will be given the highest priority and with your help we aim to provide a wide and varied learning experience so that your child reaches their full potential.

I hope this website gives you a clear indication of the daily routine of the school.

Christine Wallace

Head Teacher.


* Provide a safe secure environment in which pupils are motivated to learn.  
* Promote links between home and school and the wider community.  
* Achieve high standards of attainment in all aspects of the curriculum focusing especially on Literacy and Numeracy.  
* Use teaching and learning strategies to meet the needs of all our pupils thereby promoting equality of opportunity for all.  
* Provide for the emotional, physical and social needs of our pupils and help them develop positive attitudes and personal and social skills.
* Promote life long learning.  
* Be a health promoting school.  
* Encourage pupils to be actively involved in the life of  the school and the decision making process so that they can begin to develop knowledge and understanding of citizenship.  
* Use all the resources at our disposal.  
* Plan for improvement by continuous self evaluation, reporting on Standards and Quality.  
* Implement a process of self evaluation to ensure education of the highest quality.



National guidelines for each curricular area are the basis for the learning and teaching of pupils.  They are set out in 5 levels:  

The levels are:

Level A - should be attained by nearly all pupils in primaries one to three

Level B - should be attained by some pupils in primary three or even earlier, but certainly by most in primary four  

Level C - should be attained in the course of primary four to six by most pupils  

Level D - should be attained by some pupils in primary five or primary six, or even earlier, but certainly by most in primary seven  

Level E - should be attainable by some pupils in primary seven to first year at secondary school, but certainly by most in second year at secondary

Level F - should be attainable by some pupils in first or second year at secondary school  


Children start at level A and progress through the levels when the school thinks that they are ready.

Some levels will take longer to attain than others and teachers ensure that progress is being made.  

Some boys and girls progress more quickly than others and some pupils need extra support.


National Assessments are assessment materials designed to be used by teachers in Scottish schools to confirm their judgements about pupils’ levels of attainment in English language (reading and writing) and mathematics 5-14. 

National Assessments are designed to confirm the teacher’s judgement that a pupil:

  • has covered the strands and targets at a level
  • is consistently producing work at that level in class
  • can complete the assessment with the degree of independence required.  

National Assessments are based on the attainment targets and levels set out in the relevant National Guidelines 5-14, and are available at each of Levels A to F in reading, writing and mathematics.  

Level A - Should be attainable in the course of P1-3 by almost all pupils.

 Level B - Should be attainable by some pupils in P3 or even earlier but certainly by most in P4.

 Level C - Should be attainable in the course of P4-6 by most pupils.

Level D - Should be attainable by some pupils in P5/6 or even earlier but certainly by P7.

 Level E - Should be attainable by some pupils in P7-S1 but certainly by most in S2.

Level F - Should be attainable in part by some pupils and completed by a few pupils in the course of P7-S2.


Our uniform consists of:
Shirt /blouse /polo shirt in grey or white,
Trousers, shorts or skirt in grey.
Sweater in grey.
* Sweatshirt or fleece in red with school badge.
* School tie in grey and red stripes.
Black blazer with school badge.
Red/white check dress for girls in summer if desired.
Items with * and the school tie are only available from the school.
In term 3 order forms for polo shirt ,fleece and school sweatshirts are issued to all parents. Pre- school pupils receive their form at the Pre-school programme.
Please ensure that all items of clothing are labelled or marked with the child's name.


Enrolment of new entrants will normally take place in early January. Dates of registration will be advertised in the local newspaper. At that time, you will be invited to join our Pre-school Infant Programme, which takes place in the summer term.

The Pre-school Programme takes place one afternoon a week and lasts for 5 weeks. Whilst the children are supervised in a variety of activities, parents and staff work through a programme of events devised to help the children prepare for entering school the following August.

Parents wishing to visit the school prior to enrolment should telephone the Head Teacher (01505 850246) to arrange a mutually suitable time.

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