Senior Phase Supported Study Programme

Our Supported Study programme shows when our Senior Phase students are able to receive extra support from their teachers.  With Prelims early in the New Year, attending these opportunities makes great sense! Please click or tap on the image below to download the study programme.

Head Teacher’s Welcome August 2018

I hope that you and your family have had a lovely summer but that like us you are now ready for the new school session. We were delighted to see all our students for the start of a new and exciting year. As you know, we are growing school and we were very pleased to see not only our largest cohort begin in S1, but a waiting list now for S2 and S3.

We were very pleased to see our examination results continue to improve, with many of these increases leading to our best results ever. This is down to a lot of hard work on the part of both our students and staff and I welcomed the opportunity to congratulate them all this week. I would also like to thank you for all the encouragement and support you provide for your child, their learning, and our school, which is essential for their success.

To continue reading the letter in full with information on improving attainment measures, the positives destinations of our school leavers, breakfast club, new staff and dates for the diary please click or tap here.

SQA Exam Results 2018

For those students sitting SQA exams, your Scottish Qualification Certificate will arrive by first class post on Tuesday 7 August 2018. If you don’t want to wait for the post, you can sign up to MySQA to get your results sent by e-mail or text from 8am on results day.

If you select this service your results will arrive from 8am on Tuesday August 2017. You need to sign up to MySQA by 5pm on 18 July, and activate your account by 5pm on 19 July.

Registration is simple. You need your Scottish Candidate Number (SCN) and an e-mail address.
Tap or click here to register for MySQA

Once registered, you can keep track of your future awards and see all of your past results.

Remember, if you have any questions about SQA qualifications, you can Ask Sam using Twitter, Facebook or The Student Room.