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Work begins on Drumoak Primary, Aberdeenshire

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June 12 2014

Work begins on Drumoak Primary, Aberdeenshire
Construction work has begun on a new Aberdeenshire Primary school in an effort to ease ongoing overcrowding in the area.

Drumoak Primary will accommodate 145 pupils in six classrooms and includes a range of sports halls in addition to a 30 place pre-school nursery, library and general purpose areas.

Designed in-house the scheme is centred upon a linear street along which a number of break out and teaching spaces are located in addition to providing access.

Chair of Aberdeenshire Council’s education and children’s services committee, Isobel Davidson, said: “A new primary school for Drumoak has been a high priority for this council and the education service for many years, and it’s great to see that construction is underway.”

Adopting a modern palette of timber, render and metal standing seam cladding the school forms part of Stewart Milne’s Dee View housing development.

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