Roseburn School Parent Partnership

The Roseburn School Parent Partnership (RSPP) is the name of the Parent Council of Roseburn School. The Partnership acts as a link between parents, the school, the city council and local community, and is made up of volunteer parents from each class, staff members and members from the local community.

At the beginning of each school year we call for volunteers to sit on the RSPP. We like to have at least one parent member per class.

You can download a copy of the RSPP constitution here which gives more information about the Parent Partnership and its remit.

Who Are We?

The Parent Partnership is primarily concerned with representing you - the parents. Each class has at least one parent representative who attends the Partnership meetings on your behalf. Our names are listed below. Please feel free to contact us if there is anything you would like the Parent Partnership to discuss. You can contact your class representative or simply email the Parent Partnership on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Membership - Parents

Chair Paul Millan
Treasurer Kathryn Hopkins
Secretary David Menzies
Nursery AM Vacancy
Nursery PM Julie Gardiner, Sarah McGreehin
P1 Michelle Williams, Cathorina Finlay
P1/2 Helena Huws
P2 Sarah McGreehin
P3P Paul Millan
P3S Karen Martin
P4 Helena Huws
P5B Gillian Alexander
P5M Vacancy
P6/7 Ann Turner
P7 Jane Crewe, David Menzies
PTA Claire Berroya


Mhairi-Louise Teden, Head Teacher
Jacqui Gardner, Principal Teacher

Members - Co-opted:

Councillor Jeremy Balfour
Fay Forsythe 


The RSPP typically has five meetings during each academic year. We meet on Tuesday evenings between 7:30 and 9:00pm in the School Hall or another room to suit.  All parents are welcome to attend any meeting.

Here is a list of the forthcoming meetings for the 2016/17 academic Year:
                 7th February 2017
  21st March 2017 
  30th May 2017     AGM

Parent Council Minutes

Please click on the dates below to retrieve the minutes.

2016 -2017



2015 -2016





2014 -2015




2013 -2014



In addition to this website we aim to produce newsletters throughout the year to keep parents informed of our activities. Communications of interest will be sent out using Parentmail.

Communicating with the City Council (CCWP)

We are often asked to give opinions to the City Council. We can also raise issue to the Council through the Consultative Committee With Parents (CCWP).