St Andrews Primary School is a non-denominational school with a role of 388. This
comprises of 321 primary pupils and 67 nursery pupils. Our Early Learning and
Childcare Centre (ELCC) provides a provision for eligible 2 year olds and for 3 -5
year olds for the Fraserburgh Cluster.
The school serves the Fraserburgh catchment area and is part of the Fraseburgh CSN.
We are a split site school with an Infant building which holds P1-3 and a larger Main building
which holds P4-7.
We also have 2 nursery settings, one of which is in the Main building and the other is a
separate Annexe building.
We currently have 12 primary classes with a mixture of straight and composite classes.
We have pupils from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures, our EAL pupils and also
pupils from SIMD deciles 1-10 in our school.
Our ELCC provides 1140 hours and is open 50 weeks a year.
The staff form a cohesive, supportive and effective team which aims to deliver high quality education.
Community Links are a valued part of school life and the children are making use of
the local environment as part of their curriculum.
The school has a supportive Parent Council which encourages involvement of
parents in the life and work of the school. Through the Pupil Council, pupils are
involved in the work of the school and its improvement. Pupil Voice Groups and
House Captains are developing leadership roles of pupils in our school.