Torbain Primary - Main Building
Torbain Primary School is a large 2 building primary school towards the north-western outskirts of Kirkcaldy. The main building is of open plan design and consists of three storeys and an adjoining gym and games hall. The school first opened in the 1960s. Most of the housing was originally built by the local authority and as in other parts of the town, unemployment is well above the national average.
Torbain Primary - Infant Building
The single storey infant building houses the nursery and 4 early years classes. It also boasts a gym hall and a dining hall with a small stage.
Both staff and pupils have a great deal of pride in the school and work hard to make it an inviting environment for visitors.
We are very lucky, in that we have two playgrounds and a large playing field which can be used for a range of sports and activities.
There are approximately 640 pupils in the school organised into 18 classes - 4 composite and 14 straight.
The nursery has separate morning and afternoon sessions, each catering for approximately 110 children aged 3 to 4 years.
Links with the Community
There is an active and enthusiastic School Association which involves itself in a variety of ways in supporting the aims of the school.