Crathie Primary School

Key Documents

Getting To Know Crathie School
Click on the link below to view the school handbook to find out more about our unique school:
School Handbook 2023/24
School Improvement
We are continuously striving for improvement at Crathie School. 
Below you can view our Standards and Quality Report as well as what effective learning and teaching looks like at Crathie School.
Crathie School Standards & Quality Report 2021-22 – School Improvement Planning 2022-23
Effective Learning, Teaching and Assessment Definition
Developing the Young Workforce
It is important that our pupils have the opportunity to learn about future career paths and make links between their current learning and future opportunities.
Developing the Young Workforce at Crathie School
Play and Outdoor Learning Policy
At Crathie School we recognise the importance of play and outdoor learning as part of the school day and that it is a right of a child to be able to play.
Crathie School School Play and Outdoor Learning Policy


Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
The National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland (2014) outlines the collective responsibility of all services, professional bodies and agencies that provide child and or adult services to identify and actively consider potential risks to all children and young people. Every adult in Scotland has a role in ensuring all our children live safely and can reach their full potential.
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
Crathie School Child Protection Staff Contact Details

Health and Wellbeing Policy
The Health and Wellbeing of our pupils, staff and partners are of paramount importance and Getting It Right For Every Child is at the heart.
Crathie School Health and Wellbeing Policy

Relationships and Good Behaviour Policy

  1. Ready (for learning)
  2. Responsible (for ourselves, each other, the school & the wider world)
  3. Safe (for all)

Relationships and Good Behaviour Policy

Respect for All

As a proud Rights Respecting School we at Crathie School work to maintain a rights respecting ethos underpinned by our values of respect, care, honesty, respect, achievement and happiness.  We promote these values on a daily basis and use a restorative approach to behaviour management when these values are not met. 
Crathie Primary School Respect for All Policy

Crathie Primary School – School Excursions Information for Parents & Carers

Aberdeenshire Council – Transport Information for Families