Allan’s Primary School dates back to 1889 and is set in the heart of the city of Stirling. The school has historical links with the trades with the uniform consisting of a red sweatshirt with the black embroidered, seven trades of Stirling, school badge.
The school was refurbished 1991, creating semi open plan spaces, more suited to 21st century teaching and learning.
The school has 7 classes all with a shared open area, affording staff more space and flexibility to create engaging, relevant teaching and learning experiences and children the opportunity to learn and work across stages.
All classrooms are well equipped, with a range of teaching and learning resources and each has an interactive whiteboard. Our early years classrooms have PCs in each room and the junior and senior open areas, each house 9 PCs that children access regularly each day. The school also has a main hall, used for school dinners, P.E., drama, and for whole school community acts, including celebrating successes.
Allan’s Primary thrives from and strives to make as many links as we can within our community, learning from and giving back to it. A real benefit of being set in the heart of Stirling means having history and business links on our doorstep, all part of our community, “together, learning for life”.