Brimmond School

Contract type – Design & Build

Built on the site of the former Newhills School in Bucksburn, Aberdeen, Brimmond School has been designed to accomodate the growing school-age population within the area.

The school can cater for 420 pupils and provides 80 nursery places, as well as accommodation for visual support services.

In addition to classroom and administration space, the innovative facility features a range of outdoor provision including a cycle track to enable road safety lessons to take place within the school complex, courts for basketball and netball in addition to an all-weather sports pitch, an adventure playground, a sensory garden and a woodland wildlife area.

Covering 4,501 sq m, the bespoke design compliments the modern needs of a primary school facility, providing a first-class education environment for both nursery and primary school age children.



Aberdeen City Council

Project Type

New build primary school, additional support needs and visual support services

Tier 1 Contractor

Ogilvie Construction


October 2015

This new school is first and foremost a community school, in every sense of the word. We have worked very closely with the local communities to make sure the new school meets the needs of the area and provides first-class education for the children at both nursery and primary school age.

Jenny Laing
leader of Aberdeen City Council


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