S4 Pupil options interviews will take place on Friday 7th February. S5 interviews will take place on Friday 14th February.
Please click on the links below to access the letters and information previously sent out regarding this year’s Ski Trip to Passo Tonale.
The trip leaves on Saturday 25th January from Glasgow Airport, meeting at the main entrance at 5am. We hope that all involved have an amazing experience!
This will provide us with an improved way of celebrating the many achievements (in school and outwith school) of our young people.
This email address is not replacing any of our usual school contact details but is an additional one specific to sharing good news stories. This will create a platform to celebrate even more pupil success through announcements, tweets and newsletters. We look forward to reading the many emails that I am sure will begin to fill up the new inbox in the coming months!
This year in Chryston High we have been carrying out a review of our current S3 curriculum. In negotiation with staff, parents and many of the young people within the school we have decided to make a change to our current curriculum model and move to 9 subjects studied in S3 rather than 11.
Further information on these changes by found by clicking on the links below.
Your child will take part in a mock run through of the options process in the coming weeks but the information gained will only be used to help consider staffing and timetable for session 19/20 in school – this is not your child’s final choices.
Pupils will be issued with their own personal timetables at this week’s assemblies.
The presentation will relate to all aspects of the Scottish Qualifications Authority, the upcoming assessments in December, the final exams in April / May and what takes place in school throughout the academic year to ensure success for all students.
The topic headings from the presentation are:
- Key dates for Communication (reports, parents nights, assessment periods)
- Assessment fortnight (prelims)
- SQA levels, grades and options
- Presentation levels – The process for deciding on the best level for each child
- The role of teachers, parents and pupils
There will also be an opportunity to speak to a member of the Senior Leadership Team at the end of the evening to discuss specific questions. We look forward to seeing you there!