Reopening of School
Clydebank High School will open Tuesday 11th August for all teaching staff and Wednesday 12th August at 8.50am for all pupils.
The phased return will be:
Wednesday 12 August - All S5/6 pupils attend ONLY (8.50am-3.00pm)
Thursday 13 August - All S3/4 pupils attend ONLY (8.50am-3.00pm)
Friday 14 August - All S1/2 pupils attend ONLY (8.50am-3.00pm)
All pupils return Monday 17 August (8.50am-3.50pm)
All pupils will report directly to their registration class except S1 who will report to the assembly hall on their arrival on Friday 14 August. Registration will be extended each day and any S4-S6 pupils needing to recourse will do so during this period of phased return.
Please see the 2 information leaflets below with advice for parents/carers and pupils for our return to school next week. This will be discussed further with pupils when they return.
Leaflet for parents
Leaflet for pupils
Return to school checklist
Please see the list of Frequently Asked Questions which will answer some of the queries you may have about your child/children's return to school and ELCCs. You can view the Frequently Asked Questions on the Council's website.
August Headteacher letter
SQA Results 2020 - Appeal Process
The school SQA Coordinator will work with Curriculum Leaders to prepare an appeal request where appropriate.
Any senior students (S4-S6) wishing to change their options will meet with staff during the day they are in school to discuss further. Before submitting a request, the following must apply to the pupil in question:
- The pupil has been awarded a lower grade than their estimate
- There is evidence to support the estimated grade, such as classwork, preliminary exam results, past papers and class tests
- The schools have the pupil’s consent to submit an appeal
SQA Support & Guidance
SQA Appeal Process
Scottish Education Awards 2020
Clydebank High School has been selected as a finalist for the Scottish Education Award 2020 in the category of 'Making a Difference (secondary). These awards recognise and celebrate the exceptional achievements within Scottish Education.
The final will take place Wednesday 11 November 2020 in Glasgow Hilton Hotel. For more information click here.
Clydesider Poetry Competition
Congratulation's to Grace O’Driscoll S2 who submitted a poem for a competition in our local community magzine, Clydesider. The competition was open to people of all ages in West Dumbartonshire and Grace was chosen as the winner! Grace has had her poem published in the magazine and won a crate of fresh fruit and vegetables.
The poem is very poignant and moving , we are so proud of her achievement.
Well Done Grace!
Read the full poem here.
Lifelink School Counselling
Lifelink School Counselling is available to young people aged 12 to 18 who attend schools in Renfrewshire, West Dunbartonshire or Glasgow.
Due to school closures and current challenging times where, social distancing is necessary Lifelinks youth counselling service has moved from school venues to a telephone/video counselling service.
To access counselling support please call us on 0141 552 4434 or go online to Lifelink and submit a referral through with your personal details including phone number and email.
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