Carnmoney Primary School is a controlled primary school which opened on its current site on 10th February 1964 to cater for the educational needs of the surrounding area.
The school occupies a site of approximately two acres on the edge of Carnmoney Village, which in turn is situated on the slopes of Carnmoney Hill. It was built to cater for 448 pupils and therefore has extensive facilities.
Currently the school has 402 pupils in fourteen classes. Accommodation includes a main hall, which is used for assemblies, physical education, school performances, meetings and functions. There are sixteen classrooms in the school including a well resourced library and a state of the art ICT suite. The school also has an excellent school meals’ kitchen and dining hall.
There are two large playgrounds, a football pitch, an outdoor classroom, a school garden, a challenge trails, multi-use games area (MUGA) and extensive grass areas to the side and rear of the premises. The high standard of accommodation and facilities ensures that all pupils are educated in appropriate surroundings. The surroundings are safe and secure and provide a very pleasant learning environment for the pupils of the school.