Drumlemble Primary School is proud of its positive ethos in which each pupil is encouraged to develop as an independent, creative and confident individual in stimulating and caring surroundings.
Priority is given to maintaining high standards of attainment; creating a rich learning environment; providing pupils with a wide range of experiences to promote academic success.
The school has an active PTA and School Board and enjoys a close working relationship with parents.
Pupils readily participate in a wide variety of after school clubs and many pupils have gained recognition for their achievements.
The school has been delighted to be the recipient of an Investor in People Award and looks forward to gaining further recognition for its part in the Eco-Schools Award .
Drumlemble Primary School is a non-denominational school serving the villages of Machrihanish and Drumlemble and the surrounding farming community on the south side of the Laggan plain, three miles to the east of Campbeltown. The school is housed in a modem single storey block that contains an open-plan area and a general-purpose space used by older classes. In addition there is one classroom that is currently used by the early stage class. The Pre-Five unit within the school is operational from 9.15-11.45am, Monday to Friday term time. The grounds are spacious, attractive and well maintained and incorporate a large grassy playing field and a sizable tarmac playground.
HM Inspectorate of Education (HMIE) inspects and reports on the quality of education in pre-school centres, primary schools, secondary schools, special schools, community learning and development services, colleges, and residential educational provision.
You can read and download any inspection reports for this school, and find out more about the inspection process, on the Education Scotland website.