Learning communities

Schools across the Scottish Borders are grouped together into six learning communities.

The development of these learning communities enables all key stakeholders, schools, pupils, parents communities and partner agencies, to plan and work together to ensure improved outcomes for children and young people.

Our learning communities are:

Berwickshire learning community

Berwickshire High School

  • Chirnside PS
  • Coldstream PS
  • Duns PS
  • Eccles Leitholm PS
  • Greenlaw PS
  • Swinton PS

Eyemouth High School

  • Ayton PS
  • Cockburnspath PS
  • Coldingham PS
  • Eyemouth PS
  • Reston PS

Cheviot learning community

Jedburgh Grammar School

  • Ancrum PS
  • Howdenburn PS
  • Parkside PS

Kelso High School

  • Broomlands PS
  • Edenside PS
  • Ednam PS
  • Morebattle PS
  • Sprouston PS
  • Yetholm PS

Eildon East learning community

Earlston High School

  • Channelkirk PS
  • Earlston PS
  • Gordon PS
  • Lauder PS
  • Melrose Grammar
  • Newtown St Boswells PS
  • St Boswells PS
  • Westruther PS

Selkirk High School

  • Kirkhope PS
  • Knowepark PS
  • Lilliesleaf PS
  • PhiliphaughPS
  • St Joseph's PS
  • Yarrow PS

Eildon West learning community

Galashiels Academy

  • Balmoral PS
  • Burgh PS
  • Caddonfoot PS
  • Fountainhall PS
  • Glendinning PS
  • Heriot PS
  • Langlee PS
  • St Margaret's PS
  • St Peter's PS
  • Stow PS
  • Tweedbank PS

Teviot and Liddesdale learning community

Hawick High School

  • Burnfoot Community
  • Denholm PS
  • Drumlanrig St Cuthbert's PS
  • Hobkirk PS
  • Newcastleton PS
  • St Margaret's PS
  • Stirches PS
  • Trinity PS
  • Wilton PS

Tweeddale learning community

Peebles High School

  • Broughton PS
  • Eddleston PS
  • Halyrude PS
  • Kingsland PS
  • Newlands PS
  • Priorsford PS
  • St Ronan's PS
  • Walkerburn PS
  • West Linton PS