Our school is in an area of Glenrothes, across from the town’s main shopping centre. The primary school which was built in 1957, has eight classes and has two play areas and a large grassy playing field.
The aims of the school are to support our pupils in becoming Successful Learners, Confident Individuals, Effective Contributors and Responsible Citizens.
We also aim to provide quality teaching and learning experiences for all.
Pupils’ achievements are recognised and rewarded at a weekly assembly. An award ceremony at the end of each year also recognises our P7 leavers.
There is a pupil council in the school with pupils from the primary 4 -7 classes.
Our school is health promoting, enterprising and eco friendly.
A very supportive parent group – Friends of Warout , play an active part in the life of the school.
We do lots of activities which raise money for the school and charities. Primary 7 pupils go to Ardroy Residential Centre every year and there are a variety of after school clubs.
A warm welcome is extended to parents or visitors to our school.