LocationStrathyre Primary School
Headteacher: Bernadette McDonald
T: 01877 384223
E-mail Strathyre Primary School
About the school
Strathyre Primary is a small rural school set in beautiful environs. It was built in 1960 to replace a very old building, which was the original school. A standing stone, which is believed to be a lintel or corner stone, sits in the playground and is the only remaining evidence of the old school. There is also a painting of the school by Watson Wood, a famous local artist, which hangs in the office. The new school was built to a very modern design and is a charming building in keeping with its surroundings.
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