As we approach Easter I would like to provide an update on a range of issues which directly concern our School. As always much good work has taken place in the School and this has resulted in a number of pupils/students being recognised for their support for a range of issues. Indeed such is the extent of this work that again a nomination has been submitted to the Scottish Education Awards in the Global Citizenship category. Central to this continuing focus on maintaining key standards of service and achievement are the real partnerships which exist in the school and I would like to take this opportunity to thank once again all parents for the support and encouragement given to pupils and staff alike during what is always a challenging Term from Christmas to Easter particularly for our S4 pupils and S5/6 students. This support clearly helps to maintain the enthusiasm and motivation of all sections of the School Community and in particular en-courages pupils/students to achieve to the best of their ability and develop as responsible, caring young people who contribute most effectively to the School and wider community. This must continue to be our main aim and on behalf of all staff, teaching and non-teaching, I would as-sure you that this will remain our most important priority as we progress through to the Summer Term and what we hope will be a successful Term in particular for all our pu-pils/students undertaking their national examinations.
In addition please note that our S1— S3 pupils will be moving to our new Timetable from 7 May to ensure our focus on learning and teaching is very much maintained in the Summer Term.
Please take a little time to read what is contained in our March Newsletter and should you wish to discuss anything arising from the contents or any issues relating to your child please do not hesitate to contact me.
Enjoy your Easter Holidays!