Dervaig Primary School
Isle of Mull
The village of Dervaig is situated in the north of the Island of Mull. Dervaig Primary School serves the village of Dervaig and surrounding areas. It is a non-denominational and co-educational school. Current staffing of 1.9FTE provides opportunities for team teaching across the stages.
The school building comprises of a classroom for whole school activities/P5-7 teaching area, a teaching area for P1-4/resource area, office/staffroom, and a small kitchen. Meals are not cooked on the premises but transported from Salen School Kitchen. The building has been adapted to conform to the Disability Discrimination Act regulations.
Dervaig School is part of the Mull and Iona Schools Cooperative and has close links with the other six schools and in particular Ulva Primary School. Both schools come together weekly in Dervaig to share resources and expertise in the Forest Schools’ Project, Expressive Arts and the teaching of French to all pupils.
The school is well supported by the Area Network Support Team. It also has an active and supportive Parent Council and has close links with various local community groups.
HM Inspectorate of Education (HMIE) inspects and reports on the quality of education in pre-school centres, primary schools, secondary schools, special schools, community learning and development services, colleges, and residential educational provision.
Follow Through Inspections are carried out at schools where areas for improvement have been identified in the original inspection, and if any follow through reports have been produced for this school, they will be available for you to read and download below.
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