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Fordyce and Keithhall Primary schools celebrate landmark anniversaries


By David Porter

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Fordyce Primary is 100 years old
Fordyce Primary is 100 years old

Two north-east primary schools are set to mark landmark dates this year and are reaching out to former pupils.

Fordyce Primary School located between Portsoy and Banff is celebrating its centenary year.

Pupils are eager to learn more about the school’s history and so they're looking for anyone with a connection to the school over its 100 years.

They're interested in old photographs and stories, and the pupils would love to interview anyone who’s willing to share their memories with them.

If you’re interested, please contact the school on 01261 455770 or email fordyce.sch@aberdeenshire.gov.uk

There will be a Centenary Celebration on Saturday, April 27 with more details to follow.

Keithhall will turn 150 years old
Keithhall will turn 150 years old

And over near Inverurie, Keithhall Primary is set to mark 150 years.

They are also looking for any memories, pictures, videos or information about the school that can be shared at an open event later in the year.

If you can help, contact headteacher Nicole Scott at Keithhall.sch@aberdeenshire.gov.uk.


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