East Ayrshire’s innovative £68m Barony Campus was due to bring pupils from five schools together on the one campus this August. The campus is being built by Morrison Construction and...

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In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, legislation was laid in the Scottish Parliament on 30 March 2020 to remove the statutory duty on education authorities to make 1140 hours...

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Pupils may be safe at home, but the technical labs in two of East Ayrshire Council’s secondary schools are a hive of activity, producing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in support...

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As announced by the Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills earlier this afternoon, we can confirm that no S4-S6 pupil should report to school tomorrow, even...

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160 pupils took part in this year’s Schools’ Spring Spectacular Concert, which showcases star performances by talented young musicians from schools across East Ayrshire. Hosted at Kilmarnock’s Grand Hall, the...

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Around 800 young musicians will pitch their musical skills against each other when the world’s largest schools piping and drumming competition descends on Kilmarnock this Sunday. Currently in its eighth...

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