Beancross Primary School

Designed by the Stirling County architect, A.J. Smith, 1956-58.  The building has large areas of glass panelled walls topped by shallow-pitched ribbed copper roofs.  The main block, which is orientated SW-NE is of two storeys.  The single storey blocks at the south-west end of the school are for the younger children.  Beancross had 487 pupils and a staff of fourteen in 1961.

Illus 2: 1959/60 Ordnance Survey Map (National Library of Scotland).
DATE ARRIVEDHEADTEACHERDATE LEFTNo. PUPILS
Andrew Watson(present)

National Grid Reference

Kenilworth StreetNS 9247 8050

G.B. Bailey, 2023