Larbert Village School

Larbert Village Public School, Stirlingshire was established pre-1856. During the Second World War one of its buildings was occupied by the army and, soon after it was derequisitioned in 1943, an outbreak of dry rot was detected which proved so serious that the building had to be entirely reconstructed internally. The work was not completed until 1950, and consequently there was a serious shortage of accommodation. At the outbreak of war the school’s secondary classes were transferred to what would become Larbert High School, thus Larbert Village School began to cater only for primary pupils from this period.


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