(Nursery class attached)
Headteacher: Elaine Wylie
T: 01786 472024
F: 01786 446296
St Ninians Primary School is situated one mile south of the centre of the historic City of Stirling. Originally a village school built in 1875, itwas first extended in 1892 and later in the early 60s. The school has a large Assembly Hall which is also used for PE, a General Purpose Room, a computer suite and 15 classrooms. It is surrounded by a tarmac play area and a grassed playing field, and recently installed playground equipment. We have an all weather path round ourfield which classes from P1 – P7 use for their Daily Mile.
There is a Nursery Class within the school with its own entrance, facilities and garden.
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