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This page provides information about the primary school that act as feeders for TCSOA. Below are links and a small discription about each schools.
The Auchterdarder Primary School is located in the same campus as the rest of TCSOA.
Aberuthven Primary is a small rural school close to the town of Auchterarder. It is set on the Main Road of the village and is close to the A9 road that runs between Perth and Stirling.
At present there are 31 pupils in the school, split between the P1-3 and P4-7 classrooms.
Blackford Primary School is a small rural primary set amidst the Perthshire countryside. We have three composite classes where children enjoy and benefit from a breadth of learning experiences and are encouraged to realise their full potential.
We believe that to achieve the best for the pupils within school, partnership between parents, pupils, community and teachers is essential. This shared ownership of the school environment should bring a sense of purpose and worth to the work of our school.