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Windy uses sustainable travel

Annual Climate Change Youth Conference drives change

Loudoun Academy played host to the annual Youth Climate Change Conference, where children and young people from across East Ayrshire gathered together to develop ideas and actions to respond to the climate emergency and help to achieve the Council's ambitious Net Zero targets.


AFO USA Southern States tour 2023

Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra walking in Memphis on US Tour

Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra touched down in the land of the Delta Blues as part of their USA Southern States Tour that took place earlier this summer.

DH Mr Johnston with Provost Todd, Kyle from Stewarton Academy and Cllr Elaine Cowan with the Ayrshire Coastal Path guidebook

Ayrshire Coastal Path guidebooks donated to East Ayrshire secondary schools

All secondary schools in East Ayrshire have received a copy of the official Ayrshire Coastal Path guidebook, which have been donated by author James A. Begg and the Ayrshire Coastal Path Management Board.

Provost Todd cuts the ribbon to declare Bonnet Toun Bicycles open

Innovative DYW project at Stewarton Academy is officially open!

Provost Jim Todd, who was joined by Councillor Elaine Cowan, Spokesperson for Education, cut a ceremonial ribbon to officially open the innovative Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Bonnet Toun Bicycles, which is part of Stewarton Skills Academy.

DH Mr Johnston, Cllr Cowan, Gregor and Provost Todd who is presenting Gregor with a gift

S3 pupil from Stewarton Academy is a Taekwondo World Champion!

Gregor C from S3 at Stewarton Academy attended the Taekwondo International World Championships in Coventry in July and came home - Individual Sparring Black Belt Middleweight World Champion!

Cllrs Reid, Stewart and Cowan with Eddie Fraser, Kevin Wells, reps from Aberlour and Alba from Willowbank

Summer programme has been a whole lot of fun!

Visitors from the Council and Aberlour dropped into Willowbank School recently to find out more about the ASN holiday support programme, which is being delivered by Aberlour, Scotland’s Children’s Charity.

Our School Crossing Patrollers

70th anniversary of the School Crossing Service celebrated at special event

School Crossing Patrollers from across East Ayrshire gathered at Council HQ recently for a special event to mark the platinum jubilee of the School Crossing Patrol Service.

Stuart Guffie from Sonappa, Julie Carrie, Music Service Manager, Martyn Hay, Gargieston Primary with Noah, Alice, Alex and front row Sam, Charlie, Katie and Zoe

‘We Make Music’ digital schools award

Five primary schools from across East Ayrshire – Hillhead Primary, Galston Primary, Gargieston Primary, Lochnorris Primary and New Cumnock Primary have recently earned their Music Education Partnership Group (MEPG) We Make Music digital school award.

The official opening of the newly refurbished Catrine ECC

Refurbished Catrine Early Childhood Centre is officially opened

The newly refurbished Catrine Early Childhood Centre (ECC) has been officially opened by former Head Teacher Mrs Mary Bunting, at a special ceremony.

Provost Todd, Cllr Cown and Cllr Reid congratulate the S2 football team with HT Scott Robertson and teacher Charlie Adams

Grange Academy’s U14 football team win the treble

Grange Academy’s Under 14 football squad has just completed an historic treble, winning the National Scottish Cup competition, the Ayrshire Cup and the inaugural Killie Trust Cup this season.

Cllrs Richardson, Cowan and McKay with acting HT Stephen Spooner with young people from P7

New school badge unveiled at Hillhead Primary community fun day

A new school badge has been unveiled by Councillor Elaine Cowan with Dominyk, Eilidh, Riley and Skyla from P7 at Hillhead Primary School at their recent ‘Summer Safari’ – a community fun day.

Art and design fun

The Robert Burns Academy art and design exhibition showcases exceptional talent

The Robert Burns Academy held an Art and Design Exhibition recently for parents and carers and members of the school community.