The Hamilton is an Independent Day School in Aberdeen, Scotland presently offering Care and Education to pupils from three months to twelve years. The Hamilton School is Scotland’s only privately owned independent day school. The Primary School is accommodated in two restored Victorian villas, while the Early Years Department is housed in a new custom designed building. The early curriculum is based upon the Montessori Philosophy.
Culter School (pronounced coo-ter) is an Aberdeen City Council owned and operated primary school in Peterculter, Aberdeen, Scotland. The school was built in 1896 and was originally a Secondary School until the construction of Cults Academy in 1967 converted it into a Primary School. It is now a feeder school of Cults Academy
Mile-End School is a primary school and nursery in Aberdeen, Scotland. It has approximately 500 pupils. The primary school is set in a large Victorian gray granite building on Midstocket Road, whilst the nursery is on Raeden Park Road, about 10 minutes walk away at the site of the old Beechwood School, in a modern flat roofed, one floor building. There has been speculation for many years that the primary school would be located to the Beechwood School site with the nursery.
The Albyn School is a private, independent educational establishment, founded in 1867 in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is located on Queens Road and Forest Road. Albyn was originally an all-girls school before becoming co-educational in 2005. The school has a nursery, primary school and secondary school; pupils can attend from 3 months to 18 years old.
Gilcomstoun Primary School is an Aberdeen City Council owned and run educational establishment in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is one of Aberdeen Grammar School's feeder schools. It is located on Skene Street, in the centre of town and is set in a low-rise granite building with a large number of modern additions. The school has a large grass playing field for the children.
Skene Square Primary School is an Aberdeen City Council owned and run educational establishment in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is one of the main feeder schools to Aberdeen Grammar School. The school is set in a Victorian Building and also houses the Skene Square Centre which is a place to help pupils with extra needs but who do not need to go to a special school.
Kingsford School is a primary school for 4-12 year olds located in the Mastrick area of Aberdeen, Scotland. The school has around 210-250 pupils each year. The headteacher is Mrs Audrey I. Walker and 2 current Deputies, Mrs Haig and Mrs Watson. The school used to be called Springhill before the merging of Infant School Greenfern and Senior School Springhill to create a larger school named Kingsford.