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The Robert Burns Academy held an Art and Design Exhibition recently for parents and carers and members of the school community.
Willowbank School celebrated their tenth anniversary in style recently when the whole school joined together with special invited guests including Provost Jim Todd, the Leader of the Council, Councillor Douglas Reid and parents and carers from the Friends of Willowbank.
Police Scotland recently launched new children’s resources called ‘My Police’ and ‘My Police My Community’, in partnership with ‘I am me’ Scotland, a disability and hate crime charity.
Children and young people from schools across East Ayrshire gathered together to share ideas and celebrate success at the second annual Clean, Green Education Awards.
East Ayrshire’s Probationer of the Year award has been presented to former Doon Academy pupil, Samantha Torbet.
All secondary schools in East Ayrshire have had defibrillators installed thanks to St John Scotland and fundraising by the family and friends of Laura Henderson, who tragically died of sudden cardiac arrest in 2021.
The P7 band at Dunlop Primary School, ‘The 24/7’s’, launched their new school song recently, ‘You Get What you Give’.
Children and young people from New Cumnock Primary School have taken part in an outdoor water safety awareness course at Loch Doon in East Ayrshire.
Netherthird Primary School and Early Childhood Centre are officially opened by Lord-Lieutenant of Ayrshire and Arran
Former Netherthird Primary School pupil and school Dux, Lord-Lieutenant of Ayrshire and Arran, Sheriff Iona McDonald officially opened the new Netherthird Primary School and Early Childhood Centre recently at a special ceremony.
Use and learning of the Gaelic language in East Ayrshire took a step forward with Cabinet approval for the Council’s draft Gaelic Language Plan for 2023-28.
The Robert Burns Academy/ Cumnock Rugby are Ayrshire Schools Summer League Champions after a tough competition.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet, tribute was paid to young people from across East Ayrshire, 96.85% of whom achieved a positive destination on leaving school, the highest figure ever recorded.