The new £20million state-of-the-art ASN school set to serve Irvine and Kilwinning kids will open its doors to pupils for the first time later this year.

And ahead of the official opening of Lockhart Campus, a logo and uniform has been developed – with the help of pupils, parents/carers and others – as part of the plans.

The new logo defines the aspirations and ambitions for the children and young people attending the new campus.


The new ASN school – situated next to Auchenharvie Academy – brings the pupils of Haysholm, Stanecastle, James Reid and James MacFarlane together.

The new logo was designed after lengthy consultation. The background has the Lockhart tartan colours and the unlocked heart symbolises the school’s aspiration of working together to unlock and bring out the potential in the young people.

This logo will be used as the uniform badge and on all school communication.

Head teacher Wendy Fenton said: “We are all extremely excited with the opening which is now just a few months away.

“We hope that all our pupils will soon be able to recognise and associate this logo with their new school.

“We have to thank all the parents and pupils for all their support and think the design we have come up with reflects our vision moving forward. The new school is going to be absolutely fantastic and will transform the way we do things.

“ Obviously, during these difficult times, we’ve not been able to get out to visit the site as much as we’d like but progress is going well and things are really taking shape.”


Cllr John Bell, Cabinet Member for Education, said: “This is shaping up to be a fantastic facility that will enhance the experience of pupils and staff alike.

“The new logo and uniform encapsulate the aspirations and ambitions perfectly. We are sure the whole school community will take great pride in their logo, uniform and the facility itself. We are all very excited about Lockhart Campus opening.”

As well as 29 classrooms, there will be a swimming pool, hydro pool, sensory rooms, soft-play area, STEM, life skills, music and craft rooms and outdoor classrooms.

The school is set for a phased opening in May/June to allow the young people to acclimatise before they all come together after the summer holidays.