Learn and Grow in Clydebank

Clybebank My Learn and Grow
Clydebank My Learn and Grow in the community

Before 1870, the area which later became Clydebank was largely rural, and agricultural. It consisted of some villages (Hardgate, Faifley, Duntocher, Dalmuir, Old Kilpatrick), farms and estates. The town of Clydebank developed around the Thomson shipyard, built in 1871, and subsequently the Singer sewing machine factory and over time came to subsume these villages, creating the single settlement which is recognisable today. Like Dumbarton, Clydebank sits between the River Clyde and the Kilpatrick Hills.

Three local green networks are identified within Clydebank. The densely developed nature of Clydebank, particularly central and eastern parts, mean that green network ‘stepping stones’ and ‘isolated green spaces’ are particularly important. These include green spaces such as Boquhanran Park, Kilbowie Cemetery and the John Brown Recreation Ground.



Learning for Sustainability



Clydebank Nurseries


Clydebank ELCC - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow


Gavinburn ELCC - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow


KEYS - Kilpatrick Early Years Service - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow


St Eunan's ELCC - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow

Clydebank Schools


Cunard School - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow


Our Holy Redeemer's Primary School - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow


Our Lady of Loretto Primary School - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow


St Joseph's Primary School - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow


The Choices Programme - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow


Whitecrook Primary School - Coming soon to My Learn and Grow

Clydebank Groups


Clydebank Schools and Early Learning and Childcare Centres. Click on location on the map to see a detailed information regarding each school.