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Unprecedented numbers celebrate Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards

Over 500 young people started a Bronze, Silver or Gold DofE programme in 2017/18, with almost 200 bronze, silver and gold accolades awarded on the night. Pupils, parents, volunteers, elected...

National No Knives Better Lives play launched at Stewarton Academy

The play charts the journey of three friends through the final weeks of school. They’re facing a dilemma. What should they do now that one of their friends has started...

Doon Academy's Chronicles of Cumnock featured on national news

In a special segment during the national news, the pupils spoke of their  involvement in the ‘Cumnock Chronicles’, a creative interpretation of Ayrshire’s WW1 experience, told through a performance of...


Council consults on second draft of Gaelic Language Plan

The second draft Plan outlines how the Council will further support and promote the Gaelic Language and culture in East Ayrshire and builds on the successes of the first plan...

Pupils learn about violence prevention

Pupils from Park School, Cumnock Supported Learning Centre and Kilmarnock, Grange, Loudoun, Stewarton, Cumnock and Auchinleck Academies took part in a Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) programme recently at the...

Pupils get hands-on experience of wartime coding machine

Invented in 1923 by German, engineer, Arthur Scherbius, the Enigma machine was designed to help commercial companies send more secure communications – but realising its military potential, it was soon...