Please click on the link below to access the letter regarding the S2 Options Information Evening on the 28th of January at 6.30pm.
On the 15th of January the NHS Scotland Team will be in school to deliver the HPV vaccine to all S1 girls and boys along with the S2 girls booster immunisation. High uptake of the HPV vaccine has reduced levels of cancer-causing HPV in young women in Scotland by 90%. From academic year 2019/20, the HPV vaccine will be offered to S1 boys as well. Consent packs containing a letter, leaflet and consent form will be distributed to pupils and their parents/carers in advance of the first HPV immunisation session. Consent will only be asked for once, and this will cover all required doses of the vaccine.
More information at www.nhsinform.scot/hpv
The Social Justice Committee’s goal this year is to do what we can to help disadvantaged kids in the local community. So far we have managed to do this through raising money for Cash for Kids.
This Christmas working in partnership with Kilsyth Community Foodbank Greenfaulds HS aims to spread a little Christmas cheer to those who find the festive period difficult. Click on the link below to see how you can help with our Christmas Appeal.
Please click on the link below to access the updated Prelim Timetable with minor alterations.
Please click on the link below to access the S4/5/6 Prelim Timetable. The first exams start on Monday 2nd of December
Please click on the link below to access the letter regarding the new online booking system for Parents’ Evening. This will be used for the S5/6 Parents Evening on the 21/11/19.
Please see the link below for an update on the concern regarding the fruit flies.
Please click on the link below to access the letter from the Headteacher regarding the fruit fly concern.
An Open Evening for pupils currently in P7 (and their families) will be held in Greenfaulds High School at 7.00pm on the evening of Thursday 24th October 2019.
This is an informal event and there is no need to inform the school in advance that you are coming. Pupils and their parents will “follow a timetable” which will allow you to see around the school and
meet teachers and pupils in different departments. You will find out about the curriculum and about the many other activities on offer to pupils.
Car parking will be available but the school is likely to be very busy on the evening so you are advised to come early. I look forward to seeing you on the 24th October but please do not hesitate to contact me in advance if you have specific queries or requirements.
Karen Adler, DHT S1