Click here for updated S4 Supported Study Timetable – Sept/Nov 2020
Click here for updated S4 Supported Study Timetable – Sept/Nov 2020
The Head Teacher’s Newsletter for August 20 is now available.
Click on link below.
Congratulations to Steven Collingham, Rebecca Paton, Scott Campbell and Helen Chong who, following a very competitive application and interview process have been successful in the position of Head Boy, Head Girl, Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl respectively.
Congratulations also go Mohamad Abdelkader, Olivia Brady, Murray Brown, Cameron Constable, Kirsty Dougall, Charlie Evans, Innes Garmany, Mia Hepburn, Flora Robertson, Lara Sturgeon, Erica Winning and Disha Yadav who are our new Vice Captains!
Applications for positions on the Pupil Senior Leadership Team – Head Boy/Head Girl, Deputes and Vice Captains, should be submitted in writing by Friday 24th August. The letter should be addressed to Mr Maxwell and should detail your reason for applying and what you would bring to the role in question. The letter should be handed into the school office.
Interviews for the positions will take place on Wednesday 26th August starting at 10am.
Interview times will be posted on the S6 notice board.
Lunch menus can be found on East Renfrewshire website.
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Please check if your family are entitled to free school meals and a clothing grant
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We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to Eastwood tomorrow at 8.45am
S1 – to report to the Games Hall
S2- S6 – to their Period 1 classes. Details of their Period 1 classes will be on their Year Group noticeboard outside the school office.
From tomorrow S1/S2 pupils who use the Neilston train will be released from school at the end of the day at 2.15pm (Wednesday & Friday) and 3.15pm (Monday, Tuesday, Friday) to alleviate congestion and crowding when exiting the school.
Parents/Carers will only be allowed access to the school/grounds with prior notice. You can either contact the school to organise this on 0141 577 2200 or by email
Lockers will not be issued to our new S1 pupils at the present time.
Your examination results will arrive on 4th August by post; and by text or email if you have signed up to MySQA. Please call your school if you do not receive your results by 1pm on 4th August.
The SQA’s Candidate Advice Line (0345 279 1000) and Skills Development Scotland Exam Results Helpline (0808 100 8000) can provide advice from 8am on 4th August.
Your school is currently reviewing how final grades compared to those estimated and checking school based evidence that could support appeals. Pastoral staff are also aware of all outstanding College or University conditional offers and will consider Priority Post Certification Reviews where possible. School staff will contact you directly if they would like to appeal on your behalf.
Post Certification Reviews require your approval and can only be requested by the school. How we identify and process Post Certification Reviews is summarised in our ‘leaflet for parents and candidates’.
Congratulations to all colours recipients and to next year’s Senior Prefect Team, we look forward to working with you.
We are sorry not everyone was able to be included on the list, as we know there are very good candidates who did not make it.
Interviews for Head Boy/Girl will be carried out when we return in August.
Pupils entitled to braiding should take proof of ID to one of our braiding suppliers,
Julies Alterations – 367 Clarkston Road, Glasgow G44 3JG (0141 637 5186)
Academy Uniforms – 4 Rennie Place, East Kilbride, Glasgow G74 5DH (01355 244879)
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, we would ask you show consideration and understanding when enquiring about braiding as there will be a waiting list.
We are now in the final week of online work and I am sure you are looking forward to a relaxing summer. Please see attached the 4th edition of the Online Newsletter. We would really appreciate if pupils could continue working up till the latter stages of the week in order to fully prepare them for August. The materials and instructions will remain in Google Classroom, but please note that staff will not be available throughout the summer holidays.
The work and effort at home from so many has been extraordinary and, on behalf of the staff, can I pass on my gratitude to you all under such testing times.
If you require in-school provision and meet the criteria, please click here for the information you need to apply.
This is being coordinated centrally by ERC and you must submit your application by
Click here for our Sports Report 2020
Please see below the 3rd Edition on our online newsletter. As we draw ever closer to the summer holidays, the temptation for your son/daughter to stop completing work may start to appear. The work carried out in the next two weeks will be pivotal to a smoother transition in August.
On behalf of the Pastoral Care department, can I pass on my thanks to all parents who continue to support learning from home under challenge circumstances.
S5/6 pupils hoping to go to university this year should now have decisions from their university choices. Pupils MUST accept their choice by 18th June 2020. If you don’t the offers will be declined. Better to accept something than have nothing.
Pastoral Support Team
Information regarding Higher and Further Education for pupils who are leaving school this session.
Click on link – Further Education Update Guide
Please click on the link to our virtual Prize Giving 2020.
Congratulations to all of our fantastic winners.
Once you open the link, make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom!
Due to the current situation, we will be emailing certificates out to our winners over the summer. If anyone wishes a printed copy of their certificate, please contact the school office. Our Special Awards and Prizes will be handed out after the summer holidays.
Update for families.
Please take a look at this information to find lots of great ideas to help health and wellbeing.
Please see below the 2nd edition of our online learning newsletter. This will give a brief overview of what work has been set from subjects for all year groups this week and, hopefully, provide you with a clear summary of deadlines. We fully appreciate the challenges that are faced by online learning and we wish to pass on our gratitude to all for their efforts. We have three weeks until the summer, but all work handed in between now and then is fully appreciated and significant to their development in all courses of work.
As we are now in a school year, all year groups have been set work as they begin their new subjects. Eastwood will be updating you weekly with a very brief overview of the online learning that has been set. More details will be contained within google classroom and pupils should engage with their classroom teachers if they require more support.