S3 Parents’ Evenings

The S3 Parents’ Evenings will be held in the school during February as per the arrangements below:

Pupils with surnames A-L  (Thursday, 1st February)
The booking system will open on Saturday, 20th January and close at 11am on the 1st February.

Pupils with surnames M-Z (Wednesday, 7th February)
The booking system will open on Saturday, 27th January and close at 11am on the 7th February.

A new appointments booking system – see information below – is being used by the school to enable parents and carers to book appointments with staff.  Parents and carers will receive a copy of the “How to book an appointment” letter via Groupcall over the next few days.

Please contact the school if you have problems booking an appointment for the Parents’ Evenings.

How to book an appointment

Making appointments – Live link

Rector’s secondment

Following the secondment of Derek Brown, Head of Education and Children’s Services, to the Scottish Government, Mr Black has been asked by Carrie Lindsay, Executive Director, to take on a new role which includes significant responsibility across the secondary sector.  Mr Black’s secondment will begin on Monday 29th January, 2018.

We are pleased to confirm that Mrs Elizabeth Smart, Depute Rector at Waid Academy, has been appointed to take over from Mr Black.

In a letter to parents and carers, Mr Black said, “I really do wish the school all the very best in the next few months and ask for your continued support as Mrs Smart takes the school forward.”

We look forward to welcoming Mrs Smart to Bell Baxter.

Madras College’s Careers Convention

Madras College’s annual careers convention takes place on:

Date: Tuesday, 30th January
Time: from 1700 to 1830.
Target: All pupils in S5/6 are invited to attend.  Parents are also welcome.
Format: Drop-in sessions
Venue: Madras College, South Street, St Andrews KY16 9EJ

Most of the Scottish universities along with local FE colleges, Skills Development Scotland, employers and training providers will be present and able to provide information and advice for pupils and parents regarding next steps.

The careers convention is a very valuable event for pupils looking to ask important questions about their future.  Please do not hesitate to contact Mr N. Duncan, Principal Teacher Employability, should you have any queries.

'I am being prepared for life' (Ad vitam paror)

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