Welcome to St. Eunan's Primary

Saint Eunan's Primary is a Roman Catholic co-educational primary school in Clydebank.  The school benefits from a brand new state of the art building with first class facilities which help staff to deliver high quality learning and teaching experiences in line with education for the 21st century. 


Parts of the website are still under construction so please be patient as we continue to update.  Meantime, there is still lots of information which we hope you will find useful and keep you up-to-date with all that is going on at St. Eunan's.

Lion King Musical

We performed the Lion King Musical Show. We had lots of animals like monkeys,lions and giraffes to bring the Lion King to life! We sang and acted the whole way through the show. It was amazing and a great success. 


Catholic Education Week

All pupils took part in activites that helped develop their faith and to celebrate the significance of Catholic Education. November 2018 marked 100 years since the 1918 Education (Scotland) Act. The theme for 2018 was "Serving The Common Good" which helped pupils explore the ways they are serving others, engaging in prayer and attending church.

Christmas Festive Fun

Saint Eunan's pupils and staff have well and truly entered into the Christmas Spirit. They are taking part in lots of festive activities. Happy Christmas everyone! 


Primary two and three have worked very hard practising for their Nativity Show. Children retold the story of the birth of Jesus using wonderful songs, acting and dance. The choir started the show by singing a beautiful rendition of 'O Holy Night' followed by primary one singing a few favourite Christmas songs. All pupils really have captured the magic of this special time of year!  

Christmas Wreaths

The Family Forest School made lovely Christmas wreaths. Mrs Bowie, our learning assistant has hers on her front door!   

Santa Dash

Children and staff ran around the pitches of St Peter The Apostle High School. They did a fantastic job and raised money for St Eunan's school fund.

Carols by Candlelight

Carols by Candlelight was on at Saint Eunan's Church. This was a lovely service with carols and a short nativity show from Primary four and five. It gave us all a chance to slow down and reflect during the season of advent. 

Food Bank

As part of the season of good will and helping us prepare during advent children and parents have very kindly handed in tins and food for the food bank. These food donations really help people in need and are sent locally to Melfort Avenue Sheltered Housing in Clydebank. 

Clydebank Churches Together

Pupils decorated a Christmas tree as part of 'Clydebank Churches Together.' This allows people from Clydebank to come together to celebrate and worship as one big community. Children wrote a Christmas wish for peace, love and happiness for all. 


The Global Goals

Primary 1 to 7 will continue to learn about the Global Goals for Sustainable Development and will take part in a wide range of learning experiences through this focus. This will further develop their knowledge and skills across the curriculum.

Forest Schools 

Forest School offers all learners opportunities to achieve and develop confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland environment. Through play children have the opportunity to learn about the natural environment and how to use their own initiative to solve problems and co-operate with others. 
Pupils have taken part in sensory walks, shelter building, mini beast hunts and campfire cooking! 

School Athletics 

The school runs an Athletics Club every Tuesday from 3 O'clock to 4 O'Clock. Pupils participate in running, jumping, throwing and walking. The Athletics team take part in track and field cross country running. This club is open for all pupils from primary 5 to 7. Why not join and have some fun whilst keeping fit?

Netball Club

The school have a Netball club where we make friends, have fun and get fit. Pupils get a chance to practise netball, play games and learn teamwork skills. This is open to all pupils from primary 5 to 7 and is on every Thursday from 3 O'clock to 4 O'clock. 

Family Story Telling Sessions
Children having fun reading, listening and acting out stories using puppets. This helps bring the story to life in an enjoyable, active way. Story telling boosts children confidence in their language skills and communication. Come along to a session and have lots of fun retelling and exploring stories. Family Story Telling Sessions run every Monday from 3 O'clock to 4 O'clock in the school. 

Book Bug Sessions

We also have Book Bug on Thursdays from 2 O'clock to quarter to 3. Why not pop along and have some fun? These sessions are free, fun and friendly events for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and their families to enjoy together. Each session includes songs, stories and rhymes. You can meet other mums, dads, carers and children in the local area. It also helps build up your child's confidence and social skills.  

Primary one 

Primary six and Primary one working collaboratively

Primary six visited primary one and in pairs read them a story. Afterwards they worked together to do an activity related to the book. These included drawing pictures, cutting and sticking activities and acting out the story.  All the children had a great time!

Read, Write and Count Bags

The infants were given free Read, Write and Count Bags to take home. These included books, counting games and writing materials. There was lots of fun things to do in the bag and it allowed children and parents to enjoy learning together. Parents came to the school to see the children being presented their gift bags. Parents, children and teachers had great fun playing with the games, learning and reading the books. 

Summer Reading Challenge

The Summer Reading Challenge takes place every year during the summer holidays. You can sign up to your local library, then read six library books of your choice to complete the Challenge. There are rewards to collect along the way, and it's free to take part. Pupils visited Park Hall library before the summer to read books, explore the library and receive their own library card. Twenty four children successfully completed the Summer Reading Challenge. Congratulation! 

Family Learning Sessions

The Family Learning Sessions are a great way for parents, carers and children to work together in a fun and exciting environment. This helps build positive relationships and to learn together. You can learn about healthy lifestyles and eating choices; play and being physically active together. 
In this session they were preparing and cooking home made pizza. After preparing the meal with guidance from Nicola, our community chef, families participated in fun activities and team challenges with Y-Sort-It.  They then sat down together and had a lovely meal. Why not spend some quality time together and attend a Family Learning Session? The sessions run every Tuesday from 3 O'clock to 5 O'clock. Contact the school for further information.


Mini Vinnies Club

Mini Vinnies members gather and pray together to talk about those around them who need our help, and think of ways they can help those people. Pupils have collected tins and packets of food to give to people in need. They have also helped collect items of clothing and stationary to put into backpacks to give to Mary's Meals. What a great way to live out their faith within their school. Mini Vinnie sessions are open to pupils from primary 5 to 7 and run every second Friday at half past 2.

Members of our Mini Vinnies helping to clean St. Eunan's Church.

Author Visit

The award winning author and illustrator Ed Vere visited the school. Ed held an interactive workshop with pupils, reading excerpts from his books and conducted a live drawing session. Ed signed copies of his books and gave additional copies for our school library. Some of his books include 'Banana', 'Mr Big and 'Chick'.


Judo Taster Session

Pupils participated in a Judo taster session provided by Brian Long from ProJudo. They had great fun learning about Judo and some of the movements used in the ancient sport. Children had a great time!


Hip-Hop Dance Taster Session

Mick Scott, a former Saint Eunan's Pupil delivered dance workshops to all the pupils. He travels the world doing professional dancing and taught children some break dancing. Children had an amazing time!

Be the teacher

On World Book Day pupils across the school got a chance to be the teacher for the day. They taught lessons to their own class in loads of different subjects. Lots of fun was had by all. 


Google Expeditions 

  Google Expeditions is a virtual reality teaching tool that lets children join immersive virtual trips all over the world! Pupils got up close with historical landmarks, they dived underwater with sharks and even visited outer space!  Pupils visited the Great Barrier Reef and the Amazon Rainforest. Students had a great time exploring and learning new things. 



We believe it is important to understand Scottish history, language and culture.  Connecting with Scotland as a place through our landscape and natural heritage are an important part of developing a sense of identity, confidence and well being which will help young people to flourish in learning, life and work. 


As part of learning about Scottish culture and heritage pupils learned a few Scottish country dances! They had a ceilidh which is a traditional gathering involving Gaelic folk music and dancing. The word ceilidh (kay-lee) descends from the Gaelic word for 'gathering' or 'party.' Pupils thoroughly enjoyed dancing along to a fantastic ceilidh band on Robert Burns day. 


Scottish Heritage

Pupils have learned about famous Scottish people including Robert Burns and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Pupils have looked at famous Scottish landmarks and cities including Glasgow and Inverness. We have had a try at writing poems and stories in Scots as well as singing Scots songs such as 'Donald Where's Your Troosers?' and 'Will Ye Go Lassie Go'. others have been looking at cities and creating Scottish pictures. 


School Handbook 2017 - 2018

St Eunan's Primary Handbook

Roald Dahl Day

Primary 4 and 5 celebrated Roald Dahl's 100th birthday on the 13th of September. They watched a live feed online and took part in a drawing master class from Quentin Blake.