A warm welcome back to all S1-S6 pupils from Tuesday 23 August 2022. A reminder that registration will return from tomorrow which means that the school day will start at 8:40am. House groups and registration classes can be found below. Our new S1 classes should assemble in the dining hall at 8:40am for a short assembly.
SQA results will be issued to candidates on Tuesday the 9th of August. In most cases, any queries or questions relating to these results can be resolved on our return to school on Tuesday the 23rd of August. If you have any urgent queries or concerns please contact our SQA Co-Ordinator, Mr Craig by email on email@example.com and he will endeavour to respond to these as soon as possible.
Before contacting Mr Craig you should make yourself aware of the range of information and support available on the SQA Website at the following links:
SQA Results ‘What You Need to Know’: https://www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/70972.html
SQA Results Specific FAQs: https://www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/72074.html
For a small number of candidates who have received results below their estimated achievement and who are hoping to access a course at university or college there may be a requirement for a ‘Priority Appeal’ – further information on Appeals is available here: https://www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/79049.11314.html
We wish you well with your results and whatever the outcome we will provide a range of support and advice to our students when we return to school from the 23rd of August.
As part of Summer in the City Creative Learning are offering two weeks of theatre based activity.
The first week beginning 11 July will enable young people to create a piece of theatre that will be filmed to inform the planning and development of the city centre. Young people with an interest in shaping their city using the performing arts are encouraged to take part. Participants are required to attend each day Monday – Thursday. The free sessions will take place at Citymoves Dance base above Triple Kirks on Schoolhill.
The second week beginning 8 August (sessions 9 – 12 August) will take place at Rosemount Community Centre. The theatre week will allow young people to brig their thoughts and ideas of things that are important to them. As the week develops you will shape and share your ideas in a safe space, together agreeing on direction and sharing of the work you will create.
Thank you to all the parents/carers who came along this afternoon, we hope this was useful and answered any questions you had.