Category Archives: Parents/Carers

Office 365 ProPlus

Office 365 ProPlus

All Glow users, can get copies of Microsoft Office 2016 to use on their home devices – PC, Mac, phones and tablets.

This will enable the use of a range of Microsoft products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, OneNote etc) on up to 15 home devices without cost (the 15 licences being split as 5 for PCs and/or Macs, 5 for tablets and 5 for phones).

To do this, login to Glow, from the launch pad click the Office 365 Home tile (image below) then the “Install Office apps” button and follow the instructions.

Note that if downloading to an iPad or iPhone the process is different, the apps should be downloaded from the App Store and then log in using the Glow username. There is more information from Microsoft available here.

When logging in, you will be asked to enter your user name and this is your Glow user name plus the domain e.g., once you do this, you will be transferred to the usual Glow login screen, when you enter your details here your registration is complete.

The Glow username will only activate the software for as long as that account is active in Glow.

It is also possible to download the apps from within Microsoft O365 – within O365, click on the Office 365 link in the top left of your screen and from the O365 home page, click on “Install Office 2016”.


Eastwood High School fully promotes the values of the GIRFEC agenda and offers support and strategies for a range of mental health concerns within our student body. With this  link  parents can access information, recently published journals and research about several mental health conditions including eating disorders, attachment theories and anxiety issues. If you are concerned about your child’s mental health, please contact their Pastoral Care Teacher to discuss the situation – there are many school based interventions and further agency supports on offer which will help.


Many thanks to everyone who applied to be a prefect this year.  As is often the case, unfortunately we have too many applicants for the positions and have to turn down what are undoubtedly very good candidates for the role.  However, the votes have been counted and the following list shows the successful pupils.

 Congratulations to those pupils who were successful and commiserations to those who did not quite make it this year.  Hopefully there will be other opportunities for leadership roles in the school in the next few months.

See below or click on link  –



Rights Respecting School Award

Level 1 Rights Respecting School Award Achieved! 

Eastwood’s Rights Respecting School team are delighted to announce that we have achieved our Level 1 Award. 

On 23rd of June, we were visited by UNICEF’s Stephen Kidd, who was delighted to give us the award in recognition of our progress in embedding children’s rights in school policy, practice and ethos. Mr Kidd spoke very highly of Eastwood’s young people, praising them on their commitment to achieving this award. He also commended them on how well they were able to articulate their understanding of children’s rights, which they had been learning about across the school. He also commended the various members of staff who have contributed to this award throughout the session. 

We have a few recommendations to action in the new session and then work starts on trying to achieved the Level 2 award. We will receive official notice of the award and a report on Mr Kidd’s findings over the summer holidays.  

Many thanks to all the pupils and staff who contributed to the assessment visit on Friday, and also the pupils and staff who have been working towards this fantastic achievement all session.

Mr Chris Morris                                                                                                       Depute Head Teacher