School Boards were abolished in 2006 and all schools were charged by the council to form a new parent body. At Currie this is called Parents in Partnership (PiP).
You can view our constitution using the following link Parent Council Constitution Jan 17
PiP meetings are held in the school from 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm. The nights vary to allow everyone the opportunity to attend and at present, there are between 3 and 5 meetings a year.
The meetings allow you, the parents, to have the opportunity to be more involved with the education of your children and to find out about what is going on in the school. Over the years we have had various presentations that have all been appreciated by those in attendance. It’s also an opportunity for parents to bring their skills and time to the school/educational environment.
It is the parents who to dictate the way PiP is run and all parents are encouraged to become involved.
Our next meeting date is yet to be finalised however it will be on the week beginning 4th September 2017 at 7 pm. All parents are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served and there is the opportunity to meet with other parents.
Our roles are held by the following parents –
Co-chairs – Kirsty Stoddart and Naomi Barton
Treasurer – Penny Baillie
Secretary – Susan Tait
PiP are actively involved in fundraising for the school. Our main fundraiser is the Annual Christmas Fayre and Raffle. Last year this was held on Saturday 26th November 2016 and we raised a fabulous £2,000, with all monies being fed directly back into the school.
**SAVE THE DATE**
Annual Christmas Fayre and Raffle
***Saturday 2nd of December ***
The P7 Parents evening in June each year is an opportunity to sign up for PiP emails. Our PiP members will be in attendance to take your details and answer any questions you may have about PiP.
We also have a closed group on Facebook called CCHS PIP. We post the minutes to our meetings and other PiP/School information on this page. Only parents of current pupils and school staff will be given access to this page.
PiP also post reminders to meetings and other information on the school site so please sign up to this to get the latest news from PiP as well as the school.
If you would like more information on the role of parents groups this can be found at: