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The school itself is situated in the village of Craigellachie, overlooking the River Spey. Formal education has been provided here since 1870 and in our present building for since 1900. Although a listed building, the inside has been modernised and equipped to meet the needs of today’s curriculum. This has also been helped by our extra accommodation in the playground, which provides a P6/7 classroom and a room for expressive arts. Our accommodation has been enhanced by the addition of the Spey room. This room provides a quiet teaching and learning area for individuals and small groups. We are continually developing our grounds to increase opportunities and facilities for learning, socialising and relaxing. At the moment the Village Hall, local amenities and Speyside High School are used for a variety of curricular and social purposes.
We serve a scattered rural community and at present we have 64 pupils from P1 – P7, some of whom come from outwith the catchment area.
The school is fully staffed and well supported by the community and more directly by its parents and the newly formed Parent Council.
This is the website for Craigellachie Primary School