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Eastertoun Primary School
13 Manse Avenue, Bathgate,EH48 3HS

School Information

Eastertoun Primary School is a co-education, non-denominational school providing education for children aged 4 ½ to 12 ½ years of age.  It is situated in the north-west quarter of Armadale and is one of three primary schools serving the area.  The school was opened in 1960.  An extension was completed in February 2000.

The school is part of the Department of Education, West Lothian Council, Lindsay House, South Bridge Street, Bathgate, EH48 1TS.

 The accommodation of the school comprises the following:- twelve classrooms, one general purpose rooms, teachers' resource area, library, P.E. hall / dining room, kitchen, visiting services / medical room, administrative office, head teacher's room, depute head teacher's room, learning support base. Part of the school is built on two levels with the upper level consisting of two classrooms and a set of boys’ and girls’ toilets. Additional toilets including one adapted for disabled use are located on the ground floor.  This also serves as a gent’s toilet.  A ladies’ toilet is also situated on the ground floor.

 In front of the main building is a football pitch / playing field.  There is also a concreted play area and a "quiet area".

 A wide range of teaching resources is available for staff use.


    School Aims


The five national priorities underpin the Eastertoun Primary school aims.  These priorities are -:

 Priority 1 - Attainment and Achievement

School Aim – To raise standards of educational attainment for all in school, especially in the core skills of literacy and numeracy, and to achieve better results in national measures of achievement including examination results.

 Priority 2 - Framework for Learning

School Aim  -  To support and develop the skills of teachers, the self-discipline of pupils and to enhance the school environment so that it is conducive to teaching and learning.

 Priority 3 - Inclusion and Equality

School Aim  -  To promote equality and help every pupil benefit from education, with particular regard paid to pupils with disabilities and special educational needs and to Gaelic and other lesser used languages

 Priority 4 - Values and Citizenship

School Aim  -  To work with parents to teach pupils respect for self and one another and their interdependence with other members of their neighbourhood and society, and to teach them the duties and responsibilities of citizenship in a democratic society 

 Priority 5 - Learning for Life

School Aim  -  To equip pupils with the foundation skills, attitudes and expectations necessary to prosper in a changing society, and to encourage creativity and ambition

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