LocationBuchlyvie Primary School
Headteacher: Yvonne Gibb
T: 01360 850311
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About the school
The school is set in a rural village environment 24 km west of Stirling, south of Flanders Moss in the Carse of Forth. The school was refurbished in 2006, it is now part of a small campus incorporating a medical centre. Buchlyvie primary is a modern, bright building with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The building has three classrooms, a library, and a small meeting room. It has a large general-purpose room that is used as a dining hall, gym hall and for school assemblies. School meals are delivered daily and are of a high standard.
The extensive ground around the school has a number of excellent outdoor facilities, a well-developed school garden and an all weather pitch. Development of the school grounds is an on-going priority.
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