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Welcome to Our Section for Parents/Carers

Here you can find a selection of useful links, updates from our Parent Council and our latest policies and procedures.

Kinship Carers Support Group

FORPS Council

Friends Of Rosneath Primary School (FORPS) are a group of parents, carers, teachers, school staff and members of the community, who give up their time to help the school. Coming along to meetings is a great way to meet other parents and carers, and to hear about what is happening at the school. They hold regular fundraising events, and all processes are used to provide better facilities and educational experiences for our children.

They are always looking for fresh faces and new ideas, so please come along to our meetings which are held every term. You can offer to become a Member of the Committee, or more informally support FORPS by helping at events. We are always looking for new ways to communicate with Parents – please send us your good ideas!

For updates from Friends Of Rosneath Primary School please go to their facebook page.

For meeting minutes please see minutes page.

School Communication

Useful Websites

Argyll and Bute Council’s School and Education page with information about schools, holiday dates, free school meals, school transport and council polices. 

Sharing Argyll Learning (SAL) is a webpage where teachers, pupils and the wider community can tell everyone what is happening in Argyll and Bute classes, schools, clusters or groups. 

Education Scotland’s page for parents with lots of information about learning, schools, ASN support and education in Scotland.

The NSPCC have got lots of help and information available at the above website.

Contact the NSPCC helpline
If you’re worried about a child, even if you’re unsure, contact our professional counsellors for help, advice and support.
Call us or email

0808 800 5000

The 5 Rights Foundation has lots of information about creating a digital environment fit for children and young people.

The above website has information and resources for supporting learners with additional support needs in understanding relationship and sexual health. 

This website provides a place to find out more about the range of resources and materials which make up the National e-Learning Offer.