Welcome to Our School


The school is situated in the small but peaceful village of Kincardine. There is beautiful garden at the front of the school that has a range of flowers planted by the pupils. There is also a well in memory of former pupil Dana Clark.

The first reference to a Tulliallan School is made in the Session Records of Tulliallan Church in 1694 telling us that the said school was established on lands formerly possessed by the family of Blackadder of Tulliallan.

The present school however, opened in this modern building at Easter, 1975. The cannons on the doorstep were gifted to the school by the people of Kincardine. They are thought to be from Blackadder’s fortalice, the old Tulliallan Castle, and so preserve a link with the past.

The outdoor area of the school is well-established with a wealth of benches, games and musical equipment to keep the children entertained. A fantastic outdoor area for the Nursery was also created and funded through the community and school working together.

At Tulliallan we are always striving to improve and be the best that we can be. This year our School Improvement Plan is focusing on improving discussions around our learning as well as sharing what we have been learning with our families. We are also working on improving our digital skills and improving our leaderships skills as well as learning about our rights.

In Tulliallan we have a wealth of clubs and committees. We usually run a range of clubs to suit every need including art, drama, gardening, running and football. We also have many committees such as Tasty Treats (raises money for breakfast club and funds for school), Pupil Council (meets with headteachers to see how we can improve our school) and Eco Club (helps school stay plastic and litter free and works towards re-gaining our green flag).

The school is fortunate to have an active Family Council which ably supports school life. There is a uniform Xchange which continues to be very popular with pupils and parents.

We are now sharing our learning and news on Twitter, please follow us @TulliallanPS.

This was written by our P7 Children in 2022.


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