About

East Linton is a traditional Victorian stone-built, single storey building surrounded by a walled play area. In 2004 it was extended to provide three further classrooms and a purpose built nursery. All areas of the school are accessible by wheelchair users. There are extensive playing areas to the rear and side of the main building. We have been serving the community since 1880.

How to find us:
We are at the end of School Road which is a ‘dead end’. In the interests of safety, cars are discouraged from driving up School Road and if coming by car we ask that you park on the High Street and walk up School Road. East Linton is served by local bus services and the nearest railway station is at Drem.

2 thoughts on “About”

  1. Great memories of a wonderful primary school ,laid the foundations for a successful academic life thanks to Miss Malcolm and the intrepid Miss Stewart “ There’s no such word as forget” ! Nice to see the school is still thriving.

  2. I WAS HAVING A NOSTALGIC HOUR REVIEWING EAST LINTON. I ATTENDED THE SCHOOL DURING AND AFTER THE WAR YEARS AND HAVE A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN WHEN IN MR GREAVES CLASS. THE PHOTOGRAPH WAS TAKEN CIRCA 1949/50. MY CLASSMATES WERE LARRY THOMPSON, IAN HUME, IAN GOVAN, ROB LAMB, JENNY WILSON, ANN FLETCHER, JANET BAIN, CHRISTINE KERR, YVONNE HUME, JANET RENNIE, HARRY MASON, MURDOCH MCDONALD. I LIVED IN TYNINGHAME AND USED TO CYCLE TO THE SCHOOL. I NOW LIVE IN NEW ZEALAND. MANY HAPPY MEMORIES OF MY SCHOOL DAYS AND OF EAST LINTON. I WONDER WHERE ALL MY OLD SCHOOL MATES ARE NOW?

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Serving the community since 1880