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Our Muirkirk school has developed a reputation for building better futures for disadvantaged and vulnerable young people who have disengaged from education, within classrooms of maximum six pupils at a time. Our flexible accommodation allows adaptability to ensure young people are engaged in their learning, so we can encourage them on the pursuit to excellence.
Our experienced team work collaboratively to meet the needs of each pupil and plan bespoke learning pathways through our Adapt Learning model, so that every individual can thrive. Young people feel welcome and appreciate the opportunities the school offers them to improve their qualifications and life chances.
The school’s rural setting in Ayrshire complements the calm and therapeutic nature of the surrounding homes.
Young people attending our Muirkirk school enjoy sustainable positive destinations with the percentage in education or employment being well above the sector average.
The school’s well-developed partnerships support a varied Outdoor Learning and excursion programme, allowing young people to explore their interests and develop as responsible citizens.
Richard Graveling, Head of Education & Head Teacher
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