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  • Parentzonescotland.com is a new website to help parents and carers support their child's learning. Parentzone Scotland has new and updated content on:

    • Learning in Scotland
    • Learning at home
    • Additional Support Needs
    • Getting Involved
    • My School
    • Links to other websites

    To visit Parentzone Scotland, click Here

  • We are delighted to announce that we have been listed as the 15th Top School in Scotland.

    On the 23rd of March 2016, The Glasgow Herald published its ‘Top 50 Schools in Scotland’ league table. This table is based on the percentage of pupils achieving 5 or more Higher level qualifications in the senior phase. Reaching number 15 on this list is a new record for the school, having previously come in at number 33 on the table.

    This outstanding achievement reflects the incredible efforts made by staff and pupils, and is a huge accolade for the school. We would like to congratulate all pupils, staff and parents for their continued hard work and support which has resulted in this fantastic accomplishment.

  • Office 365 ProPlus Available to North Lanarkshire Pupil Glow Accounts

    "Office 365 ProPlus" is a full version of Microsoft Office and includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Outlook and more for all pupils for free.

    Office 365 ProPlus is a user-based service and allows each pupil to install on up to five PCs or Macs. It also activates editing capability in the Microsoft Office mobile applications on iPad, iPod touch, iPhone and Android devices. Pupils can install on home or personally-owned devices for free with their Glow Account.

    Click Here for more details on Office 365 ProPlus.

Duke of Edinburgh

The Bronze Duke of Edinburgh group embarked on the final stage of their award this week with their expedition near Aberfoyle. This is an important part of the course and comes after months of training and preparation.

The expedition involves navigation, route planning and a night under canvas, as well as completing the nine mile hike carrying their own equipment. Completion of the hike will result in the pupils gaining their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award.