First and foremost, on behalf of everyone at Chryston High School, we wish you and your family a very happy and healthy new year – all the very best for 2021.
Please click the links below to access two important documents, they have also been sent out to parents/carers via email. The first being a letter about arrangements for the beginning of term from Monday 11th January and plans for digital learning. Almost all young people will learn from home. The second being our CHS Digital Learning (Version 1) document full of initial help and tips to support young people and families during these times.
Thanks as always for your ongoing support, understanding and patience as we work together to navigate through current circumstances.
Take care and stay safe – we will continue to communicate with you in due course.
CHS Digital Learning v1 2021.pptx [Autosaved] 1
January 2021 – New Term Arrangments Digital Learning 8.1.21
As we approach the Christmas break, we thank you for all of your patience, support and understanding throughout the term. Please find a link below to access the latest version of our school newsletter, December 2020 edition. You will be able to read about a number of achievements and successes, proving how well our young people are doing amidst a number of ongoing challenges due to current circumstances.
Please also find a link to a letter from Mr. Derek Brown (NLC Executive Director, Education & Families) which includes important information regarding arrangements for January 2021 following recent Scottish Government announcements. You should have received this letter already but it is attached again just to make sure that everyone has received it. We will be in communication with all families again from the 6th January onwards.
The final link is the latest version of our family calendar for your information.
We realise that there will be many questions regards January 2021 and we look forward to communicating further with you following the holidays.
From all of us at Chryston High School, have a very healthy and happy Christmas, best wishes for 2021.
FINAL Parent-carer letter – January 21 return 21.12.20
Family News Ed 2 Christmas-Dec 2020.
CHS Family Calendar V4 22.12.2020
Please click on the link below to access our first ever virtual Christmas Reflection Service.
We hope you enjoy it and from all of us at Chryston High School we hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a wonderfully prosperous New Year!
Please click in the link below to access information regarding temporary changes to the leadership structure of Chryston Primary / Chryston High School.
Parent Letter – Chryston Primary Update Dec 2020
Please click on the link below for an update from NHS Lanarkshire regarding the recent changes to the self-isolation guidelines.
NHS Lanarkshire Updated Isolation Dates Letter Dec 2020
Please click on the link below to access an update from NLC regarding the tier change from 3 to 4 on 20th November 2020.
Letter to Parents 24.11.20
Please click on the links below to access info on our school calendar, assessment fortnight preparations and general school community news.
Family Calendar V2 6.11.20
Parent Letter – 6.11.2020
You will realise that under normal circumstances, Senior Phase Parent Consultation Evenings would be taking place this month.
According to our 2020-21 School Calendar we had initially planned (hoped for) the following dates:
S5/6 Thursday 5th November
S4 Thursday 19th November
Unfortunately, these events will not be able to take place with reference to all current guidelines. NLC are continuing to work with appropriate representative groups before issuing further guidance to schools.
As always, if you feel you would like to discuss any school matter then please contact us in the usual way through your child’s Principal Teacher of Pupil Support.
S4 Mrs. Carragher
S5 Mrs. Harvey
S6 Mrs. Henderson
We look forward to communicating further with you in due course.
The Scottish Government has announced that from Monday November 2nd all S4-S6 pupils are required to wear face coverings in classrooms as well as corridors and communal areas. Please ensure your child has a face covering when coming to school and please discuss with them that these must now be worn in classes for S4-S6 young people. Your co-operation with this latest Scottish Government guidance for schools is appreciated.
Please click on the link below to access the latest update from our Headteacher.
Parent Letter – 23.9.2020