South Ayrshire Council's Crosshill Primary and Nursery Class have received a very positive report from HM Inspectors of Education which says that the school has 'transformed learning'.
As part of a follow up inspection Inspectors visited the school and talked to children and worked closely with the head teacher and staff.
Councillor Margaret Toner, Lifelong Learning Portfolio Holder for the Council said: "I am delighted that Crosshill Primary and Nursery class received such a positive report. The achievements within the school are a direct result of the hard work by the head teacher and everyone else at the school, parents/carers and the wider community.
"It is crucial that all our young people have a positive, stimulating, inspiring and fun experience at school, so that they can learn and prosper. All children deserve the best educational start in life and the pupils at Crosshill are certainly having a great experience."
Throughout the report are positive comments including:
- "The way the school used guidance from Curriculum for Excellence has transformed the learning environment."
- "The approach to meeting the emotional and social wellbeing needs of children is outstanding.
- "The close partnership working with agencies, parents and children has brought many benefits to the school."
- "The children thrive in the high-quality outdoor learning environment. They are excited about learning and take part in worthwhile conversations with staff about what they want to learn."
Councillor Toner concluded: "I would like to congratulate everyone at the school on their achievement. As highlighted in the report "the school is working towards continuing to improve partnership with parents, raising its profile in the community and improving children's achievements across learning". The future is bright for Crosshill Primary and Nursery class.
If you would like to learn more about the report or how lives can be transformed through learning go to www.educationscotland.gov.uk