CHANNELKIRK PRIMARY SCHOOL in Scottish Borders, Lauder
Education Centre Information: Channelkirk Primary School:
Funding Type: State funded
School roll: 69
Teacher numbers FTE: 3.5
Channelkirk Primary School is situated in the village of Oxton and takes its name from the Parish of Channelkirk. There were schools in other locations in the area until 1855 when a new school was built on the site. That school consisted of one room until 1874 when another room was added. That building was basically sound but by the early 1970's space became difficult and two prefabricated classrooms were added to the site. Construction work began in November 1991 to extend and refurbish the original 19th century building. At the beginning of 1992'93 the new school was completed, fitted out and ready for the staff and children to move into. The main building now consists of two classrooms, a headteachers office, a hall, a library/resources area, a staff room, kitchen, toilets and store cupboard. A nursery and a third classroom are housed in a building next to the school. A wide range of extra-curricular activities are offered at lunchtime and after-school. These activities include football, netball, cricket, hockey and rugby. The school aims to enable every child to reach his or her potential in a caring and supportive environment.
Postcode: TD2 6PT
Scottish Borders, Lauder.
Telephone: 01578 750242
Fax: 01578 750242
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