25 May 2013: 5:55am
Visit our other sites:
Fish 4 Homes
Smart New Homes
LocalMole - Trusted Local Businesses
RSS News for you | What's this?
WEIGHTLIFTER Peter Kirkbride competed through the pain barrier to record a new personal best at the Olympics on Saturday.Read
PARENTS of pupils at crisis school Crossroads Primary met last week to decide their best plan of action in advance of the public meeting to debate the tiny school’s very existence.Read
MP Des Browne has praised Kilmarnock’s Grange Academy for its commemoration of the Holocaust.Read
A CUP has made its way back from Canada to its former school home in Kilmarnock after 105 years.Read
A COUNCIL plan to axe nursery head teachers has parents up in arms.Read
AN inspirational project using paperclips to commemorate Holocaust victims has captured the imagination of school pupils across the area.Read
WITCHHILL School in Kilmarnock is likely to be closed until Tuesday, January 12 due to frozen water pipes underground.Read
STUDENTS from Singapore have once again enjoyed a fantastic stay in Scotland – with Stewarton Academy playing a major role in the visit.Read
PUPILS at Nether Robertland Primary are doing their bit for the environment by switching to solar power.Read
ELEVEN students from S1 to S5 took part in the gala at the Citadel Leisure Centre in Ayr on Saturday evening.Read
PUPILS at Nether Robertland Primary School in Stewarton will prove they are bright sparks when they officially switch on their £20,000 solar panels installed with funding from The Co-operative.Read
GALSTON’S Loudoun Academy has been praised by school inspectors.Read
FILM buffs from local schools will attend free screenings at Kilmarnock’s Odeon as part of National Schools Film Week.Read
ST JOSEPH’S Academy S6 pupils Connor Gallagher and Samantha Bolland were part of a group that visited Auschwitz.Read
A VENUE for teenage clubbers is to open in Kilmarnock.Read
A SCHOOL in Stewarton is set to become one of the greenest educational establishments in Ayrshire.Read
LOUDOUN Academy pupils have formed their own munch bunch – and they want Standard readers to help them put together a mouth-watering recipe book.Read
THE Sports Bar at Rugby Park is the venue for a spectacular new music quiz for 16 to 24-year-olds.Read
THE fate of Crossroads Primary School is still up in the air.Read
THE Kilmarnock Academy classmates of 1981 are invited to a school reunion.Read
If you need to contact a specific department, you can find their details here.
We want your local stories, videos & pics.
Copyright and Trade Mark Notice © 2013 owned by or licensed to Scottish & Universal Newspapers Limited. Kilmarnock Standard™ is a trade mark of Scottish & Universal Newspapers Limited. Please read our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Statement before using this site.