Milesmark Primary School
- Primary School
Milesmark Primary School was built in 1876. It is a small school which serves the north-western outskirts of Dunfermline. The classes are accommodated in an historically attractive Victorian main building and hutted accommodation. The main building also houses a games hall, which couples as a dining hall and a fairly large resources room, which has been revamped to incorporate a library. The Learning Support Teacher and PSAs use this room. The new extension to our building opened at the beginning of 2018 and we now have an extra classroom, new entrance, toilets and office space.
There is a large tarmac playground, marked with a wide range of playground games. The playground has two large shelters for inclement weather. There is a very mature garden with picnic tables to create a quiet area for pupils which is also used by our gardening club, Eco Committee and for outdoor learning activities. There is a trim trail and fixed playground equipment that are well used by all children.
During our Education Scotland Inspection, the team reported that the staff at Milesmark Primary School work as a team to provide the children with high quality learning experiences tailored to their individual needs and that all staff in school know the children and families very well. There are strong positive relationships between the school and the community. We engage families and the community in continuous improvement and parents and pupils know that their views inform change and improvement.
Our aim is to create an environment where pupils, staff and parents can work together to enable the children to develop their full potential.
Parents are welcome to contact the school at any time to make arrangements to discuss any aspects of school life on their child's progress.
We are Aiming MILES high to make our MARK.