Pupil Post

This is the place to view all letters and other documents sent home via 'pupil post'.

Letters in the Last Month

Published: Wed 7 Feb 2024

Many parents/carers have already signed up for parentsportal, and current functions allow absence reporting, data updates and viewing of attendance.   

We plan to begin issuing reports to parents electronically.  This requires parents to register for parentportal and to ensure details are kept up to date. 

If you are experiencing any issues trying to register, please contact the school office for advice.


Published: Thu 1 Feb 2024

Cases of measles are on the rise.  That's why it's important that children and young people are fully vaccinated.

For more information, and to find out about the signs, and what to do if you think you or your child has measles, visit nhsinform.scot/MMRagainstMeasles


Archive Letters

Published: Tue 12 Dec 2023

Please note that S1 and S2 pupils will be released from class at 12:50pm on Wednesday 13 December 2023 to allow them to attend the first sitting of the Christmas lunch.

All other pupils will attend at the usual lunch time.

Published: Thu 7 Dec 2023

The Autumn/Winter term is always packed with activities, which add something special to school life, and this session will be no different in terms of the number of events taking place during the month of December. 

Please see Miss Cook's letter dated 1 December 2023 for full details of all events and arrangements as the term comes to a close.   

Published: Fri 27 Oct 2023

A planned diet of prelims for National 5/Higher/Advanced Higher will take place from Friday 24 November 2023 until Monday 11 December 2023 (inclusive).

The prelim timetable will be shared with pupils at the end of October.

Further advice and expectations can be found in the letter from our Head Teacher dated Thursday 26 October 2023

Published: Fri 9 Jun 2023

A new approach to smartphone use will commence in August 2023. This will allow us to focus on learning, teaching and working with others, rather than smartphones distracting some of our learners.  Mobile phones should be out of sight during class and between class changeovers.  Pupils can use these at break and lunch in the social area (not the lunch hall) and if parents/carers need to contact their young person in an emergency to do so via the school office, otherwise pupils can pick up their messages at break and lunch.  Many thanks to parents/carers for their support with this.