Blairhall School was opened in 1925 originally as a Secondary School but later became a Primary serving the ex-mining village of Blairhall and part of the village of Comrie and has a rural setting.

The school has six classrooms, two of which, plus the nursery,  are housed in hutted accomodation. There is a kitchen, dining room, resource hall and a new gymhall was completed at the end of 2006.  There is a large playground comprising both grass and tarmac areas. Over the past few years garden plots, seating and games have been developed within the playground area.

The school overlooks a large grass field which can be used for sporting activities.

The school is well supported by Parent Council. Staff, pupils and parents work hard to create a positive ethos and the highest possible standard of education for our pupils.

The Expressive Arts Curriculum is enhanced by regular visits from Music, Drama, PE and Art specialists. All P4 -7 pupils have the opportunity to learn to play the recorder and a wood wind instructor visits the school to teach some of our P6 and 7 pupils.

There are a number of lunchtime and after school activities available, run by staff and parents.

Our P7 pupils have the opportunity of taking part in a residential week at Ardroy usually in October. Being a small school we are fortunate to share this activity/environmental programme with other schools further enhancing the experience for the pupils.

School Booklet

To download the Blairhall Primary School Booklet in Adobe Acrobat format (PDF), please click on the link below.

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