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Wallyford Learning Campus

Wallyford Learning Campus brings together the newly-established Rosehill High School with further education partnerships, library, community centre and health and social care services. It has been designed to offer inspiring, multi-use spaces that benefit learners and the wider community. The development received funding as part of phase 1 of the Scottish Government’s Learning Estate Investment Programme (LEIP).

Surrounded by three synthetic and two grass sports pitches, the landscaped grounds include separate gardens for The Brae, Rosehill’s provision for young people with severe and complex needs, and for the community playgroup’s area. There is also Community Agriculture Academy which will be used by SRUC to deliver qualifications from the site. Edinburgh College is part of the campus site delivering construction qualifications. The building has been designed as inspiring, multi-use spaces offering opportunities for learners and benefits for communities.


Secondary Learning Campus


East Lothian Council

Tier 1 Contractor:

Morrison Construction




August 2023



Wallyford Learning Campus fulfils our ambition to make sure that the benefits of development are widely felt across East Lothian from high quality, modern schools to spaces for communities. The building and its grounds have been designed to maximise opportunities for people of all ages and interests and act as a hub for community activities and initiatives. It’s a key part of our ambition for a dynamic, thriving East Lothian that enables our people and communities to flourish.

I’d like to congratulate the teams involved in this impressive building. Given the significant challenges of the past few years it’s an incredible achievement and shows the strength of the partnerships we have had throughout. I look forward to the coming months when we can welcome learners and communities in to enjoy this fantastic new campus.

East Lothian Council Leader, Councillor Norman Hampshire