Attendance Policy

Please find a copy of the City of Edinburgh Attendance and Absence Procedure. This is the policy we follow when supporting families with attendance and absence. Please find a copy of the same policy we have adapted to make as user friendly as possible.

Better Relationships, Better Behaviour, Better Learning, Anti Bullying and Equalities at Wardie

At Wardie, we see every child as an individual and take into account a number of things when supporting our learners to make good choices. We see mistakes as a positive as we can then work on them to make changes. When managing any incidents or challenges, we will only ever focus on your child. … More Better Relationships, Better Behaviour, Better Learning, Anti Bullying and Equalities at Wardie

Medical Information

If your child has any medicine they need to take whilst in school (prescription or not), you must come in and complete a medical form. We cannot give out medicine (of any nature) without this form being completed. You will have to come to the school office between 08:30 – 15:30 Monday to Thursday or … More Medical Information

Promoting Literacy Skills

At Wardie we are working hard to support all our children with their Literacy Skills. In session 2020/2021 we introduced Read Write Inc Phonics in P1&2 and Read Write Inc Spelling in P3-7. Both programmes lay strong foundations for children to increase their literacy skills. In 2022 2023, we will continue this programme. We recently … More Promoting Literacy Skills

Parent Zone

Understanding the curriculum can be a mine field. Whilst we try our hardest to share information in a way that seems clear to us, we don’t always get it right. The Scottish Government funds a fantastic website for parents to help them understand our education system and curriculum. It is a one stop shop full … More Parent Zone

Positive Behaviour Policy

This is our Positive Behaviour Policy (PBP) at Wardie. It is our belief that children should be allowed to make mistakes and learn from them. Our PBP is designed to promote restorative conversations so that children can talk about what happened and how it made them or others feel. By doing this, it deepens their … More Positive Behaviour Policy