Borders Schools open their doors at the double
August 24 2017
Langlee Primary has been built at a cost of £10m and offers 14 classrooms, a sports hall, outdoor sports pitch and special needs centre, allowing the old 1958 structure to be demolished.
Designed by Stallan Brand and McLaughlin & Harvey the Galashiels school sits behind a distinctive metallic façade.
In Duns meanwhile £8.6m of funding has allowed the towns primary school to relocate to a former High School, delivered in partnership with Hub South East Scotland, Graham Construction and Aitken Turnbull.
The B-listed school sites across the road from a brand new Duns High School.
Executive member for children and young people, councillor Carol Hamilton said: “We now look forward to Kelso High and Broomlands Primary opening their doors, while we continue to progress plans for a new intergenerational campus in Jedburgh.”
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