As the email system across North Lanarkshire is upgrade, the ‘General Enquiries’ email address for the school will change to:
The Parental Newsletter for 23.04.21 and the assessment timeline for senior pupils has been attached below. Please have a read through the files and if there are any issues pupils should speak to their pupil support teacher.
As described in the school newsletter, the S2 Options Information Session for parents will take place tomorrow, Thursday 11 March at 7pm.
Please find below a link for this online meeting which uses the Webex platform. Please note that meetings are limited to 50 minutes; if more time is required, you can click the same link to re-enter the room.
JOIN THE MEETING HERE: https://meet21.webex.com/meet21/j.php?MTID=m74612b0c386afe850af2a2869f2d766d
We look forward to ‘meeting’ you tomorrow.
Easter School 2019 saw a large turnout of students from Fourth to Sixth Year who took the opportunity for additional support from their teachers in preparation for the forthcoming SQA exams which start on 25th April.
The Easter School subjects represented at this year’s event were English, Mathematics, Biology, Human Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Geography, Modern Studies, Computing Science, Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies, Business Management, Graphic Communication, Physical Education, Spanish, Hospitality, Music, Health and Food Technology, Art & Design and Cakecraft.
The link to the photo montage below shows pupils ready for the final push to this year’s exams in April and May!
Good luck to all our pupils receiving their SQA exam results tomorrow – we wish you all the best 🤞
Please note that the following helplines are available from 8am on Tuesday 8 August should you wish to discuss anything about your results:
SQA advice line – 0345 279 1000
Skills Development Scotland advice line – 0808 100 8000
Teaching staff will be available on Wednesday 9 August for any pupils who wish to discuss their option choices for next session:
S5 pupils – 10 to 12pm
S6 pupils – 12 to 2pm
All S4 pupils who intend returning to school for S5 must attend an ‘S5 Induction Day’ on Friday 2 June.
Pupils should report to the school theatre for a 9 am start.
Prelim examinations for pupils in S5 & S6 begin on Monday the 6th of February and end on Thursday the 16th. Pupils should attend school at the time of their exams.
In the interim we encourage all pupils to study hard and attend supported study where available.
Good luck to all the pupils involved!
“Don’t doubt yourself, WORK HARD and make it happen”
The following advice lines will operate to support candidates with their queries around the time of results day.
SQA Candidate Advice Line
The Candidate Advice Line will run from Tuesday 9 – Friday 12 August 2016, providing general information to candidates and answering questions about the Scottish Qualifications Certificate. The Candidate Advice Line operators will have no access to candidates’ results. Candidates enquiring about their results should contact their school .
The Candidate Advice Line will be open from 8am until 6pm on 9 August, and from 8.30am until 5pm on 10, 11 and 12 August.
Candidates can telephone 0345 279 1000 or complete and return our Candidate Enquiry Form, which they can find at www.sqa.org.uk/candidateenquiryform
Candidates should also seek general information from www.sqa.org.uk
Skills Development Scotland will run an Exam Results Helpline from 8am – 8pm on 9 and 10 August, and from 9am – 5pm on 11 – 17 August, offering candidates impartial careers advice and information. Candidates can telephone 0808 100 8000 or visit www.myworldofwork.co.uk/examresults
We are all looking forward to welcoming all our students for our new term which begins on Wednesday 17 August at 8.55am. New S1 students will go straight to the Theatre and all other students will attend a special registration slot to get a new timetable. Lists will be published around the building to direct you to your registration room. See you soon…..
An exciting opportunity has arisen at short notice for outgoing Fifth or Sixth Year students who intend to take up a place at university in Autumn 2016 studying a STEM course – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
It is a 3-week cyber course targeted at young people with a place on a STEM course at University in the autumn. The summer course is fully paid for – food and accommodation (Monday – Friday, students go home at the weekends).
It will be held at Glasgow Caledonian University in July. There are 30 places available and the deadline for applications is 17th June.
Those who attend can also be considered for the Cyber First bursary of £4k per year.
Please contact Ms. McCrone, DHT, at the school for more information.