Student Council Leadership Roles 2018-19

This is a great opportunity to get to know pupils from all year groups.  You will have responsibility for gathering and sharing pupil views and working with staff to continue improving opportunities and experiences for all our pupils. If you are a S4 or S5 pupil and interested in being the Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary or Treasurer of the Student Council next session, please complete the application form by 27 April 2018 and hand it to Mrs Milne.  You can download a copy of the application form here: Student Council Application Form 2018-19-24fka2f


Career Support

Leaving School This Summer

Can I please encourage all school leavers who are looking for apprenticeships, employment or training to check the vacancy file in the Guidance Area on a regular basis.

There are several really good apprenticeships available at present with closing dates in February or March –SO DON’T MISS OUT!

If anyone would like to meet to discuss your post school plans please call into the Careers Room (In the Medical Suite) on a Monday or Wednesday or email me.

You will be invited to a meeting on March 15th to find out how to search for vacancies , who to apply to, prepare a covering letter , CV’s etc  – Save the date.

Linda Johnston – Careers Adviser

Mobile number – 07557190081

Work Number – 01467 623623

Email –

Thursday 24th March 2016 – Charity Dress up / Dress down day

Thursday 24th March will be a dress up / dress down day to help raise money for local charities. A dedicated group of S5 pupils have been working hard to plan the event along with other mini-fundraisers on Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th March. This is part of their long-term dedication to supporting social needs in the local area. These pupils have been part of the YPI (Youth Philanthropy Initiative) this academic session and are all keen to make sure that they carry on helping to support local charities.



Through their participation with the YPI programme each year, our S5 pupils have been helping charities receive a £3000 grant to help support the work they do to support those in need. Over £21,000 has been given to local charities over the past 7 years.


Please make sure you do your part and get involved today and tomorrow! There will be a teacher wax-off in DO-69 (Mr McEwan’s teaching room) on Thursday 24th at lunchtime. Come see your teachers in pain!