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Senior School Prelim Timetable

Prelims for S4-S6 pupils will begin on Tuesday 13 December with Hospitality. The remainder of the Prelims will take place from Thursday 12 January until Friday 27 January (see below for full details).

Prelim Timetable

Senior pupils should take a moment to note the time that their exam starts as well as the venue.
They should arrive at least 20 minutes before each exam to ensure that they are there is plenty of time.
Pupils will be given a seat number where they should sit for each exam.

REMEMBER mobile phones MUST NOT be brought into the examination room.

Senior School Supported Study 2016/17

Supported Study for our S4, S5 & S6 pupils is now in full swing.

Details of what is currently available can be accessed through the link below – this page will be updated as more Supported Study sessions are announces.

Please encourage all Senior pupils to take full advantage of this revision resource.

Supported Study Timetable 2016/17

Senior Awards Ceremony for S5/6


Senior School Awards Ceremony for S5/6
Come and celebrate success with our senior pupils on Thursday 10th December in the school Concert Hall at 7pm! The event is ticketed and we will notify parents and pupils of ticket allocations later this week.

Young Enterprise Success!

Tonight our Young Enterprise teams were triumphant once again at the Glasgow Area Board Finals.

Momentum – who created a toothpaste dispensing toothbrush for children took the award for Most Innovative Product. Congratulations to Megan Green, Katiera Donnely, Paula Davies and Megan Drenan for an outstanding presentation.

Organeco – with their echo friendly and organic skin care range scooped the award for Best Company Report.

The big news of the night was that Organeco also took away a new prize from the Deutsche Bank – Best Overall Company. The team will now represent Glasgow at the Deutsche Bank young entrepreneurs finals in London on the 18th April. As managing director, Taylor Elliott presented on behalf of her company and was the only person to do a solo presentation. The judges thought her presentation and leadership was outstanding. Taylor and her team mates Kerry McCusker and Heather Lynch are now busy working on their presentation for London where they will complete against 4 other teams from across the UK.

I’m sure you will join me in wishing them every success in London.

A HUGE thank you to Ms L Jamieson link teacher for Organeco and Ms J Lowe link teacher for Momentum for your unrelenting support of our teams. Top job!