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Welcome from the Head Teacher

Have a wonderful Easter Long Weekend everyone!
School re-opens Tuesday 23rd April 2019

A treat for all you Harry Potter fans! Click on the link...Harry Potter


The Big Sing Project-please click on link!  (added 13/09/18)

Consultation - proposed amendments to school admissions.  View report

South Ayrshire Council have launched a new online newspaper. click the link to view; South Ayrshire Council Live

Carrick Sensory is a new project based in the Carrick Centre in Maybole. They offer a warm welcome and provide sensory play sessions on Monday mornings and a Family Sensory Cafe on Monday evenings to families who have children with additional needs such as autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, sensory issues, global developmental delay. They are for nursery aged, pre-school and primary children. If you are interested in finding out more - please look at their facebook page (Carrick Sensory), e-mail the project at or telephone the Carrick Centre on 01655 883222. Booking is essential for the morning sessions and being dressed for messy play is a must! New enquiries welcome.

Carrick Sensory is running a Sensory Santa session on Saturday 2nd December in the Cafe area 2-4pm Booking essential. £5.00 per child.

Please click on above link....(added 06/09/17)


As the Head Teacher of St. Cuthbert’s Primary School, I am delighted to welcome you to our new website. I hope you find the information here both informative and useful.

The staff within the school work hard to provide high quality learning experiences for children from Primary 1 through to Primary 7 with a fantastic transition into their respected Secondary of choice.

We strive in St. Cuthbert’s to provide all our pupils with a well-balanced and varied curriculum, tailored to individual needs. It is structured to enable each child to develop spiritually, intellectually, socially, physically and to help our young people to become successful learners, confident individuals, effective contributors and responsible citizens in an ever changing world. Providing pupils with a wide range of experiences throughout their time at the school will contribute to their development as the future workforce of Scotland.

We are extremely proud of our high academic achievements and encourage all pupils to give their best at all times. Here at St. Cuthbert’s we believe that although practise will not always make you perfect (just ask my golf swing) but practise will make you better!

As staff, pupils and parents working in partnership, we can and will continue to ensure that St. Cuthbert’s is a school which will achieve much and is one we are proud to be associated with in our community.

I would be delighted to provide any further information you may require, and would be happy to show you round our school. Please do not hesitate to contact me.


Mark Ingram
Head Teacher

St Cuthbert's Primary School

Kirkland Street


KA19 7HD

 Phone: 01655 885807

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St. Cuthbert’s Primary School