Spring Supported Study

S4, S5 and S6 SQA Candidates. Please use this link to sign up to the Digital School Supported Study offer. https://bit.ly/SpringSupportedStudy2021 Spring Break Schedule – April 2021 (1)

New video for learners- Studying for SQA Qualifications Using SCHOLAR

New video for learners- Studying for SQA Qualifications Using SCHOLAR

We are delighted to announce the release of our latest support video for learners. This new resource, “Studying for SQA Qualifications Using SCHOLAR”, has been created to show learners how to use SCHOLAR in their studies as they work towards a National 5, Higher or Advanced Higher qualification. The video is suitable for learners with no prior experience of SCHOLAR, but may also be of benefit to students with summative

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Easter Study

e-Sgoil is offering an Easter programme of real-time, interactive webinars covering Nat 4 to Advanced Higher, for Scottish learners in the Senior Phase. The programme is not designed to deliver whole course content but will focus on key aspects of the subject(s) and hints and tips on how to be successful in assessments. From the 6th to the 16th, there will be three Live Webinars per course. We will be

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Walk for Wellbeing Results!

A1 Total distance: 809.65km Group winner: Rachel Gemmell 4A1 85.5km A2 Total distance: 821.92 Overall winner Lauren Allen 6A2: 115.25km   Arran total:1631.57 L1 Total distance: 644.4 km Group winner: Emily Mitchell 6L1 87.35km L2 Total distance: 636.8km Group Winner Charlie Harkin: 3L1 98km   Lewis total: 1281.2km S1 Total distance :1100.32km Group Winner Jamie-Lee Smillie: 5S1 108.78km S2 Total distance: 452.01km Group winner: Cara Glen 3S2 98.89km  Skye total: 1552.3km Coltness

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Uniform Bank – School Appeal

The school are collecting once again for the school uniform bank. Any items of uniform in good condition which no longer fit would be greatly appreciated, and can be handed in to the box in the school foyer beside the office. Many thanks again!

LGBT Charter Mark – Silver Level

LGBT Charter Mark – Silver Level

Dear Member of the School Community I write to you with the great news that we have achieved LGBT Charter Mark status at Silver level. To me our drive to attain this award is not just about the sphere of LGBTi, it is about equality in the general sense whether that be related to gender, social status, religion, race or nationality. Some of the values of our school are: “Equality,

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Parent Council – Code of Conduct

Coltness High School Parent Council Code of Conduct In order to become and remain a member of the Coltness High School Parent Council, I agree to: Uphold the constitution of Coltness High School Parent Council. Work in the interest of the Parent Council at all times. Attend at least one of every three consecutive timetabled meetings. Resign if my child no longer attends Coltness High School. Direct all discussions through the

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Parent/Carers of Children Returning to School

Parents/carers of children returning to ELC and P1-3 I know that many parents and carers will be pleased that their children are able to return to their early learning and childcare (ELC) setting or to school next week. Some families might have concerns about safety. I’ve been asked to write to you to explain the reason for the decision to enable younger children to return to ELC and schools. As

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How do I access West OS

How do I access West OS

Click to access How-do-I-access-West-OS.pdf West OS is accessible via Glow. All teachers and learners in your Local Authority now have access to the West OS tile within the App Library which you can add to your personal launchpad.

Half-term Hub Support

To assist colleagues directly dealing with the health response to the pandemic, we are providing childcare support over the school half-term holiday from Monday 8 to Wednesday 10 February at six school-based hubs. This service is only for key workers who are assisting with the ongoing health response with the NHS, other emergency services, or who are involved directly with the vaccination programme. We have very few childcare spaces and

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