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Two talented young musicians from Kilmarnock Academy and The Robert Burns Academy, namely Heather Anderson and Kirsty Gemmell performed at 10 Downing Street and the House of Commons recently as part of a group of senior players from the Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra.
Grange Academy has launched a new breakfast initiative in partnership with the not-for-profit organisation, Magic Breakfast.
The National Robotarium made its first visit to East Ayrshire this week when the team visited P6 at Gargieston Primary for a day of exciting workshops.
At the first meeting of Cabinet of 2024, an ASN Holiday Support Progress Report was considered and agreement was reached to extend a pilot contract with Aberlour, Scotland’s Children’s Charity, to deliver an ASN holiday programme this summer.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet, it was agreed that revisions would be made to the Council’s Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) Allocation Policy and that statutory starting dates for eligibility of funded early learning and child care places for three year olds will be introduced for applications for the 2024/ 25 academic year, which starts in August 2024.
Over 400 pupils from Annanhill, James Hamilton, Whatriggs Primary Schools and Sgoil na Coille Nuaidh performed Scottish Opera's The Last Aliens at the Grand Hall recently.
Hurlford Primary School gave a warm, festive welcome to Councillors Graham Barton, Elaine Cowan and Maureen McKay who joined the school for their Christmas lunch, prepared and served by Catering Services.
The Killie Trust Festive Futsal Cup competition was held at Grange Campus recently, where five primary school football teams competed for the coveted Cup.
Since August, Annanhill Primary’s Clean Green group has been working really hard helping to improve their local community and encouraging the whole school to be more environmentally aware.
Young people from Grange Academy and The Robert Burns Academy took part in the annual Enterprising Maths in Scotland national finals recently, taking on over fifty schools from across the country.
The new Dalmellington Early Childhood Centre (ECC) has been officially opened by Councillor Elaine Cowan, the Council’s Spokesperson for Education, and Children and Young People, at a special ceremony.
Staff, pupils, parents and carers connected with Stewarton Academy were delighted when Religious and Moral Education Teacher, Gillian Dunsmuir, was recognised by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) for her Practitioner Enquiry in raising attainment for learners studying Higher Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies (RMPS).