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The children of Primary 4 to Primary 7 of St. Cuthbert’s Primary wowed parents, family and friends with their fantastic performance of “Oliver” on Monday afternoon and evening. The boys and girls acted, sang and danced their way through the show and were rewarded with rapturous applause from their appreciative audience. Andrew Lloyd Webber should look out, St. Cuthbert’s Primary also knows a thing or two about putting on a great musical! (December 2007)

Cast of “Oliver”

Paul Strang, Justin McQuillan, Aidan Keegan, Kyle Campbell, Rachel Campbell, Sam Currie,  Christiane Martin, Niall Murphy,  Phoebe McDowall , Louis Simpson,  Ross Malone,  Annie Eldhose,  Liam Menzies, Amy Malone, David Welsh, Caitlyn McVittie,  Keiran Porte, Roisin McCallum, Kieran Mackin, Nina Sweeney, Chloe Brownlee, Jade Stewart , Stephanie Moore, Ronan McDowall, Zak Roy, Jodie Brownlee, Emily Kiltie, Ciera Campbell,  Lisa McVittie,  Patrick McCahill,  Suilven Hunter, Deaglan Hunter Blair, Jason Tomlinson, Rebecca Campbell, Ryan Sallens, Britanny Campbell, Eric Eldhose, Dara Hunter Blair, Dominik Matyka, Brody Wright,


Older pupils take their exercise outside. Pupils in different mode as they take part in a fun workout to raise funds for LEPRA, the Leprosy Relief Association Bishop Taylor visiting St Cuthbert's Primary School as part of his tour of the Diocese of Galloway schools

Pupils of St. Cuthbert's take part in a fun workout to raise funds for LEPRA, the Leprosy Relief Association.

Taking a break from the treasure hunt to have some fun in the play park

A DAY in the country proved a perfect Spring tonic for the pupils of a Maybole school. And with a facility like Culzean Country Park on their doorstep, who can blame them? The parents’ association of St Cuthbert’s Primary organised a treasure hunt at the country park.

The winning team The Warriors Some of the pupils and their parents

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Fundraiser at St Cuthbert's Primary in Maybole

Primary 1.  Courtesy of the Ayr Advertiser. August of 2002.

Jubilee garden party and family picnic

Former head teacher Margaret Murray cuts a ribbon to open the garden party and signal the start of an afternoon of fun.

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PARENTS joined pupils for a Jubilee garden party and family picnic at St Cuthbert's Primary School in Maybole. And many were in fancy dress for the happy occasion, organised by the school Parents' Association. Margaret Murray, who as Margaret Corbett was head teacher more than 20 years ago, returned to open the event. And she was presented with a bouquet of flowers, in the school colours of purple and gold, by P1 pupil Liam Menzies. South Ayrshire Council leader Councillor Andy Hill and his wife Helen were also special guests at the happy event. New slabs in the garden area were sponsored for £1 each, and all 200 were `sold'.


Here is a picture of the hockey eleven fielded by St Cuthbert's School in Maybole in 1936. The shot looks to have been taken outside the church in Dailly Road, which had a school­room in those days. The present St Cuthbert's building in Kirkland Street didn't open till 1939. Some of the girls in the picture look older than primary age, so the school must have catered for all ages in those days. Click on the image or here for more.

MAYBOLE PUPILS PAY THEIR RESPECTS TO BURNS

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Decorations do justice to a delicious lunch. St. Cuthbert's Primary School dining hall was transformed into a Scottish shrine when staff, pupils and guests gathered to pay tribute to the memory of Robert Burns.  From the Ayrshire Post 2-16-2001

St. Cuthbert's Primary School Class of 2001.


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Senior pupils followed their younger counterparts with equally impressive performances in the well-patronised competition.

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The P4-5 winners line up with their certificates.


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St. Cuthbert's pupils are all set to tuck in to their traditional bill o'fare at the school's highly successful Burns lunch.

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The haggis is carried in by Kerry Foster and Mrs Christine Simpson.


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St. Cuthbert's Primary School pupils proved they know their Bard when they collected awards in the annual Burns competition.

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A string of Saltires provide the backdrop for top-table officials and guests.


The King and Queen of Carrick for 2000 were crowned on gala day, Saturday June 24, 2000. They are Sean Murdoch and Megan Bryson who are Primary 7 pupils at St Cuthbert's Primary School

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 Megan Bryson The King and Queen of Carrick
draw up plans for a royal home?
Sean Murdoch

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Primary 3 & 4 1970
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Primary 3,4 & 5 1975
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Primary 6 & 7 1975
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All grades and staff at the 50th anniversary of the school 1989

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ST CUTHBERT'S SILVER SERVICE THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY CAKE WEE SCHOOL BIG HEART QUEUING UP TO TRY THIS HUMAN FRUIT MACHINE LEARNING HOW TO BEAT INFLATION (1974)

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