Contact Us

If you require further information or are intersted in enrolling in Milngavie Primary please contact us at:

office@milngavie.e-dunbarton.sch.uk

or at

0141 955 2251

We are always delighted to hear from former pupils, especially in this year of Homecoming. If you have a story to tell please click here. For a history of Milngavie Primary click here.

Comments

  1. Comment left by SConvery at 14:45:45 on Jun 19, 2008

    An incredible website for a primary school. Congratulations on Enterprising school of the year. Live long and prosper.

  2. Comment left by Laura aitken at 03:47:34 on Mar 08, 2009

    Hello My name is Laura Aitken My date of birth is 14/11/51 , I used to go to this school in the 1950s and then onto Bearsden Academy high school.I now live in Brisbane Australia..I have been back to Milngavie and had a walk around the school. I think the site is great to look at .If anyone else wants to contact me who was in my class my email is lja4159@hotmail.com....

  3. Comment left by Primary 4a and Mrs Macfarlane at 11:42:37 on Mar 26, 2009

    Well done Mrs Browne we loved our video of our super day out. Thomas our web wizard has been showing us how to make the most of the site. Thank you and Thomas.

  4. Comment left by June Cox at 02:38:03 on Apr 14, 2009

    My father (Archie Miller) was born in Milngavie in 1905 and went to the primary school until he moved to Canada in 1912 at the age of 7. I have a picture of him taken in the same classroom as shown in your website - even most of the photos on the back wall are the same! My cousin and I were in Milngavie researching family history 3 years ago but never got to the school. Milngavie is a charming town and everyone was so friendly to us - we really hope to get back for another visit soon.

  5. Comment left by becca henshaw at 01:07:43 on Aug 08, 2009

    Awritee its rebecca henshaw here just to say that the website is lookin good . i cant believe how much i had furgoten about milngavie until i seen the classroom videos. i miss milngavie pure loads and i didny realise how much ma primary years woz a skyve till i got to duggy so u should tell the pupils to soak up every bit of being at Milngavie Primary. becca x say hi to miss mcintosh 4 me x

  6. Comment left by alexandra at 16:48:57 on Sep 22, 2009

    hi its alex im in s1 now i still miss the techers at minlgavie primary and i wonder what my sister anna is doing

  7. Comment left by St Agatha's Primary at 12:44:10 on Mar 11, 2010

    Congratulations to Mrs MacFarlane on Science Teacher Award. We miss you!

  8. Comment left by Susan Kennedy at 08:43:58 on Jun 13, 2011

    I just wanted to say a BIG thank you to Milngavie PTA for organising the Fun Run last week. It was so well done and the children got a lot out of it (not just exercise). The medals are great and the photos on the website are fantastic. Well done to all involved!

  9. Comment left by Lewis PM at 13:59:23 on Jan 08, 2012

    I am in Primary 2b. I think the website is great. I have been showing my gran some of my school work in the photos and she thinks it is really good. It is still the school holidays but me and my gran are practicising my adding up on the website games.

  10. Comment left by Arman at 15:58:20 on Nov 26, 2012

    I am from Iran and about 41 years old. your website and its information is perfect and useful. congratulations!

  11. Comment left by Arman at 15:41:23 on Dec 06, 2012

    My nephew (Farhang Bakhshi ) is in your school. I have visited different parts of your website esp. virtual tours and learn from them. As I mentioned before, it is a perfect website that reflects all of school events and news. It can motivated students for more achievement. Also its a good alternative for their relatives (esp. for whom are not in U.K , e.g. for me which live in Iran) to follow education system in U.K. By the way, Your extra programme is excellent. thanks Good Luck

  12. Comment left by Sandy McKendrick at 08:24:41 on May 02, 2014

    Hello Milngaavie Primary School. I was a pupil at the School until 1962 when I finished year 6 and moved to Melbourne, Australia, where I still live today. I have revisited the School a couple of times since and it is a fine looking school. I am still in touch with a couple of my fellow pupils from the School - I remember those years very fondly.

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