Park View Primary School, New Road, Halfway, Cambuslang. G72 7PU  t.  0141 641 1677   f. 0141 641 1685  e.

Park View Primary is a non-denominational primary school which serves the community of Halfway, Cambuslang and is part of the Stonelaw High School Learning Community.  We work closely with other schools in the Learning Commuity and Stonelaw High School, which allows for a smooth, successful and consistent transition for our P7s when they move on to High School.  

Park View Primary School opened on the 14th of August 2013.  It was the first new school to be opened in South Lanarkshire in three decades.
It has since grown considerably in those years and we now have nearly 200 pupils.  

Please take a look at the video which records the opening of Park View Primary School.

Our School Values have been agreed with all members of our school community.  We have recently reviewed these and parents, pupils and staff liked the clarity of our values.  All of our pupils demonstrate these values in their daily lives and can tell everyone what they are and what we need to do to live by these.  Our curriculum and school ethos is underpinned by these.  This is demonstrated in our school curriculum rationale.








COVID-19 - When schools are open, we have various staggered start and end times.  Contact the school office for specific hours for your child. 

School Start

10:30am – 10:45am

12:25pm – 1:10pm

School Close


Park View Primary School
 New Road
G72 7PU

 t.  0141 641 1677
0141 641 1685

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Parents/Carers can now order uniforms online HERE . Uniforms are also available to purchase from the Scotcrest store in Quarry Street, Hamilton. 

Pupil in P1- P3 can wear their polo shirt to school on PE days.  They should wear their formal uniform on all other days. 

Pupils in P4 to P7 should wear their formal uniform to school every day and simply get changed into their PE kit as required.

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Welcome to our wonderful school, Park View Primary School, Camuslang.

At Park View we aim for all of our pupils to be happy, engaged, enthusiastic and creative in their learning.  Our staff enthusiasm for providing the highest quality learning experiences underpins our school curriculum and all development and improvement initiatives. This ensures we are continually striving to raise attainment and achievement for all pupils so that they will all reach their full potential.  Providing continued challenge and support, as appropriate, is central to the success of our school and we are proud of our achievements.

Our drive to ensure all pupils feel safe, valued and respected is demonstrated through our positive, nurturing ethos throughout our school and by all staff.  

Mrs McColl
Head Teacher
Welcome from the Head Teacher
All About Us
How to Find Us Vision, Values & Aims
School Hours
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Lunch Time
Meet the Staff
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School Uniform