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Our main purpose is to foster relationships between staff and parents and to help maintain strong, healthy links between home and school.
The dance centre, formerly a barn at Easter Cornton Farm is on Easter Cornton Road, Causewayhead. We have ample car parking space at the main entrance
The Stirling School of English is a voluntary organisation that aims to provide low-cost tuition to those whose first language is not English.
Aberfoyle School, the Kirk and the Schoolmaster’s House was built and opened in 1870.
At Allan’s, our motto is Together We Learn For Life.
We are an ambitious school, ensuring excellent learning takes place for all children, within a context of developing the ’whole child’.
Bannockburn Primary School is a values based learning community where we all set high standards for learning and achievement.
We are a school for children aged 3 to 12 and currently we have a nursery and 10 classes.
Braehead Primary School was built in 1972. It is semi open plan with three wings radiating from a central area and administration corridor.
At Bridge of Allan Primary School, we foster a positive, safe and productive, working climate conducive to effective teaching and learning.
Buchanan Primary School is a very small rural primary school serving the village of Milton Of Buchanan and its environs.
We encourage our pupils to be responsible for their learning, to grow in confidence and become independent.
“Your Future Starts Today; Dream, Believe, Achieve”
Our school is part of a growing village community with a strong identity and rich historical background.
Castleview School is one of the schools located in Raploch Community Campus.
We pride ourselves on being a vibrant and welcoming learning community where staff, learners and families work together and where everyone is valued.
We pride ourselves on being a happy, safe and achieving school.
Crianlarich Primary School is in Stirling Council and serves the communities of Crianlarich and Tyndrum.
Deanston Primary is a rural school, seven miles from Stirling.
Doune Primary is a co-educational, nondenominational school with nursery for children from 2 to 12 years of age.
Drymen Primary School is a non-denominational school and was officially opened on 19 May 1991.