(Nursery class attached)
Headteacher: Sally Fraser (Acting)
About St Ninians Primary School...
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, it was first extended in 1892 and later in the early 60s. The school has a large assembly hall which is also used for PE, a computer suite and 13 classrooms. It is surrounded by a tarmac play area with a marked running track which all classes from nursery to P7 use for their Daily Mile.
There is a Nursery Class within the school with its own entrance, facilities and garden.
More information is available in our handbook.
St Ninians Primary School inspections...
Education Scotland has responsibility for evaluating the quality of pre-school education, all schools, teacher education, community learning and development, further education and local authorities. They also publish reports about services for children and evaluate child protection services. View our latest inspection report.
Each school has it own geographic area called a catchment area. Normally, your child will attend your local catchment school. If you wish your child to attend a school other than the catchment school you are required to make a placing request. View St Ninians Primary School's catchment area.