Maybole Community Campus
The project which will cost approximately £60 million will also feature new outdoor sports facilities, changing pavilion and a new indoor swimming pool which will be available for public use, and a replacement for Maybole Police Station.
The Campus is being built by Morgan Sindall Construction for hub South West Scotland, development partner of South Ayrshire Council.
On Monday 28 August, pupils entered Maybole Community Campus for the very first time.
The campus which incorporates a new Carrick Academy, Culzean Primary & Early Years Centre and St Cuthbert's Primary will be officially opened next summer, but with the main campus complete, local children and young people were welcomed in for the new school term.
Children attending Culzean Primary Early Years Centre will get their first look at the facility when it opens on Monday 4 September. In the meantime, early years provision will operate from the former Cairn and Gardenrose Primary School buildings.
The new campus swimming pool will be completed later this year and will open to the public in January 2024. The current swimming pool off Kirkoswald Rd, will remain in use until then.
The building is wind and watertight and the internal spaces are taking shape. The first of the all-weather sports pitches, sports pavilion and police office have been completed and are in use. The new schools and Early Years Centre are due to open in August 2023 and the swimming pool, which will be available to the public, will open in October 2023, the town's current swimming pool remaining in use until then.
Clare Haughey MSP, Minister for Children and Young People visits the construction site.
Work starts on the main school campus.
Work starts on the first of two new all-weather pitches.
The campus will feature inspiring learning environments as well as top end sports facilities. Attached are images of the new campus