School Information

Bishop Eden’s Primary School is a small denominational school linked to the Episcopal Church and the Cathedral. This link is very important to us and we have a strong history and partnership with the Cathedral and the clergy there.  Bishop Mark Strange and The Very Reverend Sarah Murray regularly visit the school, as do other members of the congregation who help out in school.  We attend services at the cathedral and regularly share assemblies.

Vision

Bishop Eden’s Succeeds Together

Values

At Bishop Eden’s Primary School, the values we have chosen as most important in our school community are: Happiness, Hard work, Team work, Honesty, Positivity and Fun.

As a community, we endeavour to ensure these values are part of everyday within the school and utilise them to encourage our pupils to reach their full potential through our curriculum for excellence.

Aims

  • To be a safe place where everyone is happy
  • To have a wide curriculum with lots of activities so everyone has the opportunity to make good choices in the future
  • To be an ECO friendly school helping other people around the world
  • For the Episcopal church to help and support the school and the school enjoy getting involved with the services at the Cathedral
  • Where the parents and the local community are helpful in the wellbeing of the school
  • That all at Bishop Eden’s School are learners in a caring, sharing environment

Associated Secondary School:

Transfer to Inverness High School is again by placement if pupils live outside of the catchment area.

School day for pupils:
P1, 2,3  and 4 – Monday to Friday 09.00 to 15.00
P5, 6 and 7 – Monday to Friday 09.00 to 15.00

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