Neilston Road – Construction Work

Taylor Wimpey seek to work in conjunction with the local communities in which they operate and endeavour to gain their support in respect of development operations. As they will shortly commence constructions work at Neilston Road, Neilston. Taylor Wimpey wish to emphasis that the work will include excavations and other operations of a nature whereby children playing on or around the site could be injured.

Due to the inherent dangers associated with construction sites, warning notices will be placed around the site and security fencing will fully enclose any dangerous activity. Taylor Wimpey do not allow children or anyone else at any time to come onto the site for play or any other purpose not connected with the company’s operations.

Taylor Wimpey wish to enlist your support and co-operation in an attempt to prevent the possibility of accidents to children arising out of their unauthorised presence on site.

Taylor Wimpey expect site occupation from 13th August 2018 for approximately 22 weeks.

Exam Results Help Line


Get further information on the support offered by Skills Development Scotland at Exam Results Helpline opens 7th-8th August, 8am-8pm; 9th-15th August 9am-5pm. More details online. The number to call is 0808 100 8000.


SQA Result Day Tuesday 7th August

Best of luck to all our pupils who are waiting on their results!

Miss Boyle will be available in school from 10am – 4pm on Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th August should any S5 or S6 pupil wish to discuss their subject choices for next session. Please sign in at the school office. Thank you.


Pupils will receive their results on Tuesday 7 August by post and at 8 am by text and e-mail if they have registered for this service on MySQA.  If there appears to be an anomaly with a result it MAY be possible for the  school to submit a request for a Clerical Check or a Marking Review but there are strict guidelines about what is an acceptable request.  If any pupil believes that their result falls into the acceptable category please contact the principal teacher for that subject and discuss it with them.  If the request meets the criteria this information will be passed to Mrs McCartney who will collate the information and discuss with Mr Maxwell.  Mrs McCartney will meet with all pupils for whom a Marking Review is being submitted as they will need to give written consent for this process as it is crucial to note that marks can go down, stay the same or go up as a result.  For more information please see the following 2 documents:

ERCPostResults14thJune18Schools leafletforparentsandcandidatesjune2018FINAL



EHS Colours 2018

Pupils entitled to braiding through the school colours system are detailed below.  They should take their blazers to Stevenson’s or Academy Uniform along with proof of ID if they wish to add braiding to their blazer.  Alternatively, certificates can be collected from the school office over the holiday period as proof of entitlement.  Blazers purchased/submitted for braiding prior to 9th July are guaranteed to be ready for the new term.

Click here for EHS Colours 2018

(STEVENSONS – 192 Fenwick Road, Giffnock, Glasgow, G46 6UE. 0141 638 7689)

(ACADEMY UNIFORMS – 4 Rennie Place, East Kilbride, Glasgow G74 5DH.  01355 244879)


Senior Prefect Team 2018 – 2019


There has been a lengthy process to appoint the senior pupil leadership team and the team of prefects.  There were considerably more girls than boys who applied for these positions hence the slight imbalance in the numbers.

The standard of forms, letters and interviews has been high and it has taken some time to reach a decision.  There will undoubtedly be some people who are disappointed with the results and some people who would have made very good prefects but unfortunately did not gain enough staff votes to get into the team.

Congratulations to those who were appointed and we look forward to working with you in the coming session.

For anyone who was unsuccessful please do not be disheartened as it in no way means that you would not have done a good job.  We would encourage these pupils to get involved in some of the many other leadership opportunities in the school over the session to come.

Thank you to everyone who applied…

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