Tarbolton Community Campus
Education space as a true focal point in the community, bringing everyone together.
Tarbolton Community Campus is an inspiring, stimulating, safe and secure environment to teach and learn. Fully accessible to pupils, teachers and the local community, the campus rationalises the existing teaching and community spaces. Bringing together what was previously split across three separate disused buildings and affected by lack of funding.
The campus provides open learning space alongside 10 classrooms, nursery, public library, community rooms, dining and sports hall. Designed with a clear vision, the campus is public facing with all community rooms arranged along the front, specifically forming a ‘campus streetscape’ enhancing the public aspect.
The school is designed to meet the requirements of the Scottish Government’s ‘Curriculum for Excellence‘, flexible and adaptable for future needs, promoting a culture of lifelong learning and be a true sense of pride for the community.
South Ayrshire Council
Dining and sports hall
Dailly Primary School
This new primary school replaces three existing school buildings, and with areas open to the public, is a vital part of the community.
David Livingstone Memorial Primary School
The school is designed with the idea of a ‘green heart’, taking advantage of its south facing aspect.
Answering the call for an innovative yet simple campus with a STEM focus, recognising the importance of better skills for the local community, to promote and offer skills pathways for future jobs.