Stoneyhill primary at Musselburgh

1st November 1996 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Stoneyhill primary at Musselburgh, the first school to be built in East Lothian for 20 years, is opened today (Friday) by Helen Liddell, Labour's Scottish education spokeswoman. A 40-place nursery is part of the Pounds 1.3 million school which has 176 pupils. This will rise to 231 over the next few years. The single-stream school combines open-plan classrooms and multipurpose activity bases

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