CHS Pupil Support Wellbeing Bulletin 1 has been prompted by concerns raised by many parents and pupils about the pressure of work during very challenging times for families and includes information that has been shared with teachers. We hope this offers families some reassurance regarding learning at home during the school closure.
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Details of the pick up points and drop off points can be found here
The contract specification is agreed between the North Lanarkshire Council and Strathclyde Passenger Transport.
Tomorrow sees the start of Active Girls’ Week. All female pupils and members of staff are looking forward to taking part in our flash mob. Watch out for highlights on @CHS_Chryston and @ChrystonYA.
Find out more about our plans for Active Girls Week.
There is a welcome evening for S1 parents, families and children on Thursday 3 October from 6.30pm until 8.30pm. Parents will be able to visit classrooms with their children and speak to teachers and pupils about what their children have been learning. Pupils representing the various clubs and committees in the school will be in the social area. We look forward to welcoming you to Chryston High School.
Please see S1 Welcome Evening 2019 for more information and S1 Dates for your Diary.
Third year pupils will do the Scottish National Standardised Assessments in May during normal class time. Information about the assessments can be found in SNSA Information for Parents 2019 and Parents SNSA Letter 2019. This information was emailed to parents. If you did not receive it, please pass your email address to the office.
The School Immunisation Team will be attending Chryston High School on Friday 22nd March for the Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio and the Meningitis ACWY immunisations. The Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio vaccine is carried on from childhood injections, and the Meningitis ACWY vaccine protects against the most common strains of the meningitis bacteria to affect teenagers and young adults.
Students should wear a short sleeve shirt/blouse on the day. If they do not have a short sleeve shirt/blouse, they should bring in their PE top to put on when they are due to have their vaccination. Pupils should eat breakfast in the morning.
We have had several children sent home this week. If your child has been sick, you should keep them at home for 48 hours. Thank you for your understanding. More information can be found at NHS Scotland.
There is a welcome evening for S1 parents on Thursday 8 November from 6.30pm until 8.30pm. Parents will be able to visit classrooms with their children and speak to teachers and pupils about what their children have been learning. Pupils representing the various clubs and committees in the school will be in the social area. We look forward to welcoming you to Chryston High School.
S1 Letters to Parents Oct 2018
We are hosting an Active Girls’ Day for all girls in S1-S3. This will take place next Friday (5 October). A letter has been emailed to parents and can be found here at Active Girls Day.
North Lanarkshire Council has made sanitary products available to all pupils in North Lanarkshire schools. For the Council, the provision of sanitary products programme has two aims. The first is to tackle a poverty-related injustice in a non-stigmatising manner; the second is to confront taboos that surround the issue of periods.
Sanitary products are freely available to all pupils in Chryston High School. They are in toilets in “help yourself” baskets.