Strath of Appin Primary School is a modern, single storey school, completed in 1975. It is built to an open-plan design with two main teaching areas. It is well resourced with facilities which include its own kitchen and dining area. The most northerly school in mainland Argyll and Bute, it is only 4 miles from the boundary with Highland Council.
There are currently 25 primary pupils on the school roll. Our school has 2 mainstream classes P1-P3 (6 pupils) and P4-P7 (6 pupils) and a Gaelic Medium with 13 pupils. We have 4 teachers (full-time and part-time), one secretary, one catering manager, one kitchen assistant and one janitor. We also have an Early Level and Child Care Centre which operates 5 mornings per week. At present there are 3 Child Care and Education workers and 9 nursery children.
Strath of Appin Primary School 1908
UNICEF UK RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL AWARD – Bronze – Rights Committed
Strath of Appin Primary School is committed to placing the UN convention on the rights of the Child at the heart of their ethos and
Secondary School Registration
2022 Primary 1 Classes
Gaelic Medium Unit Primary 1 Class 2022
Sustrans Big Pedal/Walk
Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel 2023 The aim of the challenge is to promote active journeys to school. Walking journeys, scooter journeys and cycling journeys
Head Teacher: Mrs Natalie White
Strath Of Appin Primary School
Tel: 01631 730 345