Luss Primary is a small, rural school situated on the western shores of Loch Lomond within the Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Its location is one of geographical and historical importance and it is surrounded by outstanding scenery.
The catchment area of the school is fairly extensive, with pupils from the village being joined by those from Inverbeg to the north, Arden to the south and Muirlands to the west.
At Luss Primary School, we cater for the diverse interests of our pupils and the wide range of ability levels in our mixed age-group class. We strive to deliver a broad curriculum in line with A Curriculum for Excellence and recognised good practice, with particular emphasis on attaining high standards of pupil achievement. Our classroom activities often include work outside in our local environment and visits further afield. We have been awarded five green flags and have won a Total Green Award four out of the last five school years. We been the Scottish regional winners of the Totally Clued Up Award three times and we were given a special award for the quality of our work on a separate occasion. We are the only UK school to have been awarded a British Animal Honour.
Through learning and following by example, we encourage our pupils to show concern for one another, to care for their school and their environment, to develop their individual personalities and become caring and responsible members of the wider community. We have very good school/home links and believe that a good parent/child/teacher partnership greatly assists us in all aspects of school life. In the school we all work as a team with pupils, parents/carers, and staff being equally valued.