Craigrothie Primary School was built in 1833. It is a co-educational, non-denominational school in a delightful rural setting in Craigrothie. It serves the village of Craigrothie, the hamlet of Chance Inn and many outlying farms and farm cottages.

The main building consists of two classrooms, a dining area/general purpose room, office accomodation and a corridor linking the two classrooms, which is also used as a quiet study area.

The main part of the building is single storey and easily accessed by children and adults with mobility difficulties.

There is a tarmac play area in front of the school and a school garden to the rear with a pleasant picnic area which is used in the summer months.

We also have use of the village hall for PE, drama and school concerts.

Craigrothie Primary has its very own free Breakfast Club, which is open to all Craigrothie pupils and starts at 8am, Monday to Friday.

Sarah Cloy

Headteacher of Ceres and Craigrothie Primary Schools

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