Raasay Primary school is situated about a quarter of a mile north of the village of Inverarish, in a beautiful location, overlooking the Sound of Raasay and the Cuillin Hills of Skye.
The school is known to have been in existence since the early 19th Century. The admission register dates back to 1875. The building is of considerable interest as it was built with stone taken from the site of a nearby Pictish broch, the remains of which can still be seen.
The original school building contains one main classroom, a library area, a small computer room and the canteen area. The pupil toilets and the office were added in the 1960s. A new Nursery extension has been opened in January 2008 and offers a light and spacious area for children and staff.
Raasay Primary School provides Nursery and Primary education to children living on the Isle of Raasay. Each school serves its own particular catchment area. Pupils whose homes are located in that area will have priority in being allocated a place in the school. Children from outwith the Raasay area can also attend the school after applying for a placing request via the Area Care and Learning Manager, Mrs Norma Young 01478 613697. Placing request forms can be obtained from: http://www.highland.gov.uk/info/878/schools/11/school_enrolment/2
Raasay Primary School is a non-denominational school, where all pupils and staff respect the beliefs and values of all. The current roll stands at 7 primary pupils and one two-year old nursery pupil.
Contact details of your school:
Head Teacher: Mrs Wilma Duncan
Raasay Primary School
School Park, Raasay
telephone: 01478 660219
email address: email@example.com
school times – start, finish, break, lunch etc
School begins: 0900
School finishes: 1500
Morning Break: 1030 – 1045
Lunch Break: 1230 – 1315
Click here to go to the Primary School page on the Highland Council website