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Finished designs for £12m Elgin primary school published

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December 9 2016

Finished designs for £12m Elgin primary school published
Moray Council have lifted the wraps from a £12m primary school to be built in Elgin early next year, culmination of a lengthy consultation process.

Pupils will begin receiving lessons at the JM Architects designed school from August next year, moving from temporary accommodation to a purpose build school with its own atrium and courtyard.

Chair of Moray Council’s Children and Young People’s committee, Cllr Anne Skene, said: “Children attending this new school will be learning in a modern environment with the latest technology. Once enrolled they will automatically transfer to a similar environment at the Elgin High School at the completion of their primary education.”

Construction work is already underway on the replacement Elgin High School.
A second primary school is planned for the town to meet capacity constraints
A second primary school is planned for the town to meet capacity constraints
The new school will be centred on a double height atrium and courtyard
The new school will be centred on a double height atrium and courtyard

2 Comments

Pleasantfield
#1 Posted by Pleasantfield on 12 Dec 2016 at 12:46 PM
For once I quite like the images. Hope the reality turns out as well.
Sir Ano
#2 Posted by Sir Ano on 12 Dec 2016 at 15:41 PM
Tricky handrail detail for a 5 year old.

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