Prize Giving Sept. 2020

We hope you enjoy our Virtual Prize Giving as much we did making it. A big thanks our pupils who helped finish to finish the editing.

*We are aware of some problems with the speed during the list of names and we will fix this asap. You can look forward to our special directors cut extended edition release in the future.


Parent Council Vacancies

Coltness High School Parent Council Vacancies

A Parent Council for Coltness High School was established in 2006 in accordance with the Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Act 2006. Its objectives are to:

  1. To work in partnership with the school to create a welcoming school which is inclusive for all parents and pupils.
  2. To promote partnership between the school, its pupils and all its parents.
  3. To develop and engage in activities which suppor the education and welfare of the pupils.
  4. To identify and represent the views of parents on the education provided by the school and other matters affecting the education and welfare of pupils.

There are presently vacancies on Coltness High School Parent Council. I would advise you that as a member of the school’s Parent Forum, you are entitled to put yourself forward for membership of the Parent Council.


If you are interested in becoming a member of the Parent Council, please complete and return the attached reply slip via,, by no later than Tuesday 29th September 2020 at 3.45pm.

Please note that if the number of interested parents exceeds the number of places available then members will be decided by an election of the Parent Forum.

If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Thank you for your co-operation in this matter.

Yours sincerely

John McGilp

Head Teacher

Coltness High School Parent Council

Reply Slip

I would like to express my interest in becoming a member of Coltness High School Parent Council. I am the parent/guardian of a child/children currently attending the school.

Name: ________________________________

Address: ______________________________

Signature: _____________________________      Date: ________________

Please return the completed form to the school office by no later than, Tuesday 29th September 2020 at 3.45pm via


SCHOLAR Webinar Sessions w/c 21 September 2020

e-Sgoil are offering live webinar sessions that complement SCHOLAR’s e-learning resources

for over a dozen National 5 and Higher courses.

Upcoming online webinars from e-Sgoil:

Continue reading SCHOLAR Webinar Sessions w/c 21 September 2020

During lockdown, working in partnership with SCHOLAR and SCILT, e-Sgoil delivered a programme of live

interactive lessons to in-home learners using video conferencing technology.

e-Sgoil are now offering live webinar sessions that complement SCHOLAR’s e-learning resources for over a dozen

National 5 and Higher courses.

These webinars give learners the opportunity to:

·        participate in an extensive series of live early-evening study support webinar lessons from their own homes.

·        benefit from specialist teacher input during the live, real-time webinar lessons.

·        access subject specific resources in advance of the webinar lessons.

The current live webinar lessons for part of an initial block of eight sessions.

Upcoming online webinars from e-Sgoil:

Day Date Time Subject Level
Monday 14/09/2020 5pm Mathematics National 5
Monday 14/09/2020 6pm Business Management Higher
Monday 14/09/2020 6pm Physics National 5
Monday 14/09/2020 7pm Physics Higher
Monday 14/09/2020 7pm Computing Science Higher
Tuesday 15/09/2020 6pm Spanish Higher
Wednesday 16/09/2020 5pm French Higher
Wednesday 16/09/2020 5pm Gaelic Higher
Wednesday 16/09/2020 6pm Mathematics Higher
Wednesday 16/09/2020 7pm English Higher
Thursday 17/09/2020 6pm Chemistry Higher
Thursday 17/09/2020 7pm English National 5
Thursday 17/09/2020 7pm Mandarin National 5

Please note: For e-Sgoil webinars, advance registration is required. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

For more information on how to take part in upcoming sessions, please visit SCHOLAR’s Online Tutor Sessions.

You can see regular updates via Twitter @SCHOLARuk and Facebook SCHOLARprogramme.

Best wishes,


SCHOLAR Development Team


After interview on Friday I am please to announce that Miss Sarah Ramage will take over on an interim basis, and until further notice, the post of PT PS for the 3A1 House group. As always any parents with any children in this group should direct any queries to Miss Ramage in the first instance.

Fusion App

A text was sent through Groupcall to all parents by NLC giving them the on boarding code for the pre order lunch app Fusion. The link to download the app can be found at:
Children can also use their Glow email if they do not have an on boarding code.

SQA Grades Update

After the statement yesterday from the Scottish Government, all exams that were downgraded will now be withdrawn and replaced by teachers’ original estimates. More information will follow as we receive it.

Many thanks, Mrs Anderson.

Pupil Restart In August

Today’s announcement from the Scottish Government outlines the plan to reopen all schools on a full time basis from August.

We are currently considering the practicalities and implications of this announcement and will await further clarification and guidance from government, particularly in relation to public health and scientific advice.

Our priority is the safety of our pupils and staff across our network of primary, secondary and ASN schools, as well as our early learning and childcare settings.

We understand that you will have questions, and as this news was only announced today, we will make further information available on how this impacts on our schools and facilities in the coming days.

We are preparing for pupils to return full-time to school on 12 August and we will be working closely with our schools and partners, including our early years and childcare provision to establish our plans, which we will communicate as soon as we are in a position to.”

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