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Parent letter: Home Learning

Dear Parent / Carer

Firstly can I wish you a Happy New Year! Not how we would have liked to welcome 2021 but we hope it will become better as the year progresses!

As you will be aware online learning starts on Monday 11th of January. We are looking for your support in encouraging your child to engage with the work being posted.

All lessons and associated resources will be posted on teams with a mix of tasks and methods of delivery. If you visit our website there will be advice on how your child can access their glow team although all pupils have been shown in school. There is also an electronic form to complete if your child has forgotten their password. Pupils can access glow from a laptop, ipad, xbox and playstation.

The school website is and the glow help tab can be found on the menu bar as shown below:





If your child is struggling to access their glow account, we are offering a drop in session from 10am until 10.30am in the assembly hall from Monday 11th of January until Friday 15th of January. Pupils should enter the hall via the fire exit.

It is vitally important your child engages with all the work posted.  If they are having difficulties with a piece of work or a task please ask them to contact the teacher directly via teams. Although we cannot guarantee an immediate response we will endeavour to get back to them within 24 hours. For pupils in the senior phase the SQA will require evidence that your child is working at the level currently reported on. If they fail to engage with the work this will directly impact on their ability to attain qualifications.

We advise pupils devise their own timetable taking account of their own circumstances to ensure they cover all their curricular areas. This does not need to follow the times on their previous timetable as we are aware that ICT may have to be shared within a household with some parents / carers having to work from home or siblings requiring access to devices. If this is posing a problem for you please contact us to discuss.

We appreciate these are difficult times for everyone and we are all facing different issues but we are all here to help and support in whatever way we can. If there is anything we can help with please do not hesitate to get in touch with your child’s pupil support teacher by phone or email. If you feel that you need to come to the school for any reason please phone ahead as we are operating a vastly reduced appointment system in line with the current restrictions and may not be able to accommodate a meeting at this time.

Thank you for all your continued support at this difficult time.

Take care and look after yourselves.

Mrs Rooney

Head Teacher

PDF version: Click here

Return to School in Jan 2021

Following the latest advice from NLC, please be do not send your child to school on Wednesday 6th August unless you have been contacted by the school or have applied to the council for provision as a key worker. The authority has indicated that all learning from the 11th January will be online with no direct face to face teaching. Any pupils in school from the 6th will be supervised and given access to ICT in order for them to complete work set on teams.

These measure have been put in place to break the transmission of the virus so please only apply for provision in school if you qualify for key worker status and have no other childcare available.

If you have not been contacted by the school or are unable to apply for provision as a key worker please contact the school where we will discuss each situation on a case by case basis.

Hopefully these measure will prove effective and we will be able to welcome back all pupils to the school in the following weeks.

Please take care

Mrs C Rooney
Head Teacher

Please click below to view a letter from Executive Director (Education and Families), Derek Brown

Parent-carer letter – Jan 2021 return

PLEASE NOTE: Transport will be available from 6th Jan (if required)

Key worker application form

Key Workers support request (PDF version for easy printing/ viewing on mobile device)

Key Workers support request (MS WORD version)


Thank you to all the staff who decorated their doors and donated towards our Malawi project.

Each door was scored on creativity, effort, presentation and ‘extras’ by a group of top S6 judges and the best 5 doors were : –

1. Mr Campbell – WINNER (69 points)

2. Pupil Support (67 points)

3. Ms Logan (66 points)

4. Mrs Macdonald (64 points)

5. Ms Watson (63 points)

Congratulations to Mr Campbell on the win!


A huge thank you to those who supported the Hub’s Children in Need appeal this year. Despite not being able to hold the usual Pancakes for Pudsey event, the Hub still managed to raise £180.70, via their Children in Need stall which was ably managed by a trio of S1 pupils in the school foyer.

The money was raised through a raffle and the sale of some special Children in Need treats. The hub would like to thank all of the pupils and staff who supported this very worthy cause.