There has been a school in Glencarse/St Madoes for several hundred years. Our log books date back to 1873. The present school was opened in 1974 with an extension added in 2003. The present school has 6 classrooms, a Nursery classroom, a General Purpose room, two Learning Resource Areas and a school hall. We also have a particularly well resourced school playground which is an excellent area for outdoor learning.
At St Madoes School we recognise that every child is a unique individual with a range of abilities and needs. We will endeavour to recognise and fulfil these needs and help all children to recognise their full potential. We try to foster in each pupil a sense of responsibility for themselves, for others and for their immediate environment and the world around them.
We also recognise the importance of a good working relationship between school and home and will seek to work closely with you throughout your child’s school career.
The school catchmen area consists of the Parish of St Madoes and Glencarse and the catchment extends from Kinfauns to Glendoick, which includes the hamlets of Inchyra, Tofthill, Cottown and Leetown.