Whitehills Primary School



School History

Whitehills Primary School was formed in August 2007 and moved to its present site in March 2008. It is the result of an amalgamation of two schools, Wellbrae and Chapelpark.

The classrooms are set up in open plan areas with P1 – P3 situated on the ground floor around a shared activity area. P4/5 classes are upstairs and have access to a shared area as do P6/7 classes. We have a Gaelic class which has children from P1 – P7 within one room. We also have a dedicated pre-school class which can cater for 40 morning and 30 afternoon children. Each classroom has the benefit of an interactive whiteboard.

We are very lucky with our fantastic facilities and benefit from having a dedicated library, games hall, dining hall, ICT room and spacious playgrounds with plenty of equipment to keep our children active during playtimes.

We offer many extra-curricular activities both at lunchtime and after school and children benefit from taking part in community festivals and sporting events along with other schools and our local secondary school.

Should you require further information or if you have any queries regarding your child’s education or school-life in general, please contact the school office.

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