School Catchment Map for Whitecraig Primary School, East Lothian

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Whitecraig Primary School is situated in East Lothian and is a Non-denominational school. According to information from Summer 2014, there are 89 pupils and 5 teachers and the school is operating at 92% capacity.

Information about Whitecraig Primary School

Number of Pupils 89
Number of Teachers 5
Denomination Non-denominational
Associated high school Musselburgh Grammar School
Building Condition B: Satisfactory – Performing adequately but with minor problems
Capacity 92%
Funding Type Local Authority

Contact Details for Whitecraig Primary School

Website http://edubuzz.org/blogs/whitecraig/
Phone Number 0131 6653278
Email whitecraig.ps@whitecraig.elcschool.org.uk
Address 44a Whitecraig Crescent


Whitecraig
EH21 8NG

Pupils’ Attendance at Whitecraig Primary School, East Lothian

Whitecraig Primary School East Lothian Average
Attendance 91.9% 91.8%
Authorized Absense 0.1% 1%
Unauthorized Absense 0.8% 0.7%
Truancy Level 0% 1.1%
Sickness Absence 4.4% 3.6%
Pupils Arriving Late 2.6% 1.6%
Exceptional Absense 0.1% 0%
Temporary Exclusions 0.1% 0%

Inspection Reports for Whitecraig Primary School

Inspection Report Date
Download Inspection Report 02/10/2007
Download Inspection Report 31/08/2010
Download Inspection Report 25/08/2009

Other School Information about Whitecraig Primary School, East Lothian

Whitecraig Primary School East Lothian Average
% of pupils taking free school meals 38.2% 17%

Further information

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