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Schools and pupils rewarded for dyslexia friendly approach

Nine schools have received a prestigious award at the fifth annual East Ayrshire Dyslexia Friendly Schools Award Ceremony sponsored by Morrison’s Construction and held at Dumfries House this week. East...

Grange Academy are all Ayrshire athletics champions

With nine gold medals, six silver medals and five bronze between them, the Grange athletes, representing S1 to S3, swept aside the competition to lift the overall team shield. Brayden...

Winning night for East Ayrshire at Sir Tom Hunter challenge final

The team, Meghann, Eibhlinn, Lily, Katie, Connor, Corin, Shae, Ewan and Jake, created board games based on jenga and snakes and ladders that encourage young people of all ages to...


People power secures same site future of St Sophia’s Primary

This followed a consultation with parents, community organisations and the public over the school’s future which offered three possible options: Option 1: Refurbishment of St Sophia’s Primary School Option 2:...

Ayrshire Roads Alliance career open day

Brian Gibson, Contracts Manager and Ailie Law from the Improvement Service’s Roads Collaboration Programme, hosted the event and invited young people from every secondary school in East and South Ayrshire...

Teams picked for Sir Tom Hunter Challenge grand final

As part of his commitment to mentor local pupils, entrepreneur Sir Tom Hunter, over the last eight years has challenged youngsters to come up with ideas for products, innovations or...