Congratulations to the following who have gained recognition for volunteering through the Saltire Award.
Rory Allison 50 and 100 hours
Chris Allan 10 and 25
Stewart Anderson 10, 25 and 50
Tom Barreiro 10, 25 and 50
Cameron Bridson 10 and 25
Douglas Crowe 10, 25 and 50
Hannah Church 10
Jasleen de Guzman 10, 25, 50 and 100
Declan Drummond 10
Dominik Frankowski 10 and 25
Martha Grieve 25
Martyna Hildebrandt 10
Damien Lisewski 10, 25 and 50
Michael Martin 10
Hannah Mimiec 10
Adam Mitchell 10, 25 and 50
Laura Moore 10
Daniel Olewniczak 10, 25 and 50
Elsa Reid 10 and 25
Bryony Robertson 10
Catriona Shearer 10
Euan Somerville 50 and 100
Chloe-bobbie Stupart 10, 25 and 50
Nikola Vasiljeva 10, 25, 50 and 100
Ryan Wallace 10
Sofia Zyza 10
Legal Advice Workshop Wednesday, 8th March 17.00 – 20.00. This is an interesting and friendly workshop delivered by current students for pupils who are considering studying law. Click here for more information.
Updated documents for the senior school option choices are available. Click here to access the documents.
Medic Insight is running a one day event for S4 school pupils in Dundee, Angus and Perth & Kinross who are sitting both Biology and Chemistry (these are required subjects for entry to medicine, but we will also consider pupils without these subjects if an explanation is provided) and are interested in finding out more about Medicine. Click here for more information.
Dundee and Angus College are putting a number of Open days for prospective students. Please click on the link for details D&A College Open days.
A Commission for Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce was set up in January 2013 to consider :
The links below make for very interesting reading.
There will be a study skills information evening on Thursday 19th January at 6.30pm. This is open to all pupils S1-S6. Letters will be sent to all pupils. Please fill in reply slips and hand back to Mrs. Gray or the office. In addition, below is a link to a beneficial article, some of these points will be discussed at the information evening.
Information regarding the ski trip which is organised for early in new year can be accessed here.
Brechin High School would like to remind parents and carers about the importance of good practice when it comes to online safety. It has recently come to our attention that a number of apps are available to our young people and could perhaps put them at risk of harm. Click on the link for more information.
Brechin High School would like to say a special thanks to the Bridge Club of Brechin for donating £150 to our newly established wood turning club.
Wood turning is offered as an extra curricular activity and currently our pupils are enjoying the opportunity to develop their skills and craftsmanship in wood turning. Pupils have designed pens and other objects such as fruit bowls.
The Bridge club of Brechin have kindly donated £150 which will allow
our Technical Department to purchase additional wood and other materials
to allow our pupils to continue to produce some high quality products.
Tuesday 13th December at 5-6pm in learning zones. All friends and
families welcome with Tea/Coffee and festive nibbles.
Międzynarodowy "spotkać i pozdrowić" wieczór
Wtorek 13 grudnia w 17:00-18:00 w strefach nauczania. Wszyscy przyjaciele i rodziny powitać z kawa / herbata i świąteczne przekąski.
International 'Встречайте и' вечер
Вторник, 13 декабря в 17:00-18:00 в учебных зонах. Все друзья и семьи приветствуют с чаем / кофе и праздничным откусывания.
Parent Coaching Evening
The Scottish Parent Teacher Association are leading a parent coaching evening aiming at enhancing parental engagement. If you are interested in becoming a member of the parent council or becoming involved with the school in a wider role then please come along. This is on Tuesday 6th December at 6.30pm in the Conference room at the Campus. Tea/ Coffee available.
If English is not your first language and you need help then come along to the Community Campus every Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00. Click here for more details.
The Scottish Government has commissioned ARC Scotland to map the availability of planning and support for people aged 14 - 25 years who have additional support needs in Scotland. They will publish the findings of their work in early 2017. This will help the Scottish Government, local authorities, and other organisations to make decisions about how support can be improved for people with additional needs that are in ‘transition’ to young adult life. Click here for more information and a link to a survey that we would be grateful if you could complete.
The parent council constitution is available to view from the menu Parents --> Parent Council
In September, 20 of our S5/6 pupils took part in a two day peer mediator training event carried out by Relationship Scotland. Our senior pupils are trained to act as mediators in a dispute without help from teachers. This empowers children and develops their sense of community and co-operation. More information is available to download. Please click here.
The latest newsletter is available to download. Please click here. Previous newsletters can be accessed from the 'Parents' menu.
How much do you know about what is available through Youtube? Click on the link below to read CEOP's comprehensive guide to everything parents need to know about YouTube.
A number of policy documents have been added to the website. They can be access from the 'Policies' menu.
Just like our new campus building we are currently in the process of developing our site to support the school. Therefore, there are still some links and menus that do not yet lead to any other page. The site will continually evolve over the coming months. The NEW updated school Handbook provides a lot of useful information and can be viewed by clicking on the image below. If the Handbook does not provide you with the information you are looking for please feel free to contact the school on the telephone number or e-mail address at the top of this page.
Parent Council Meeting minutes and useful links are available on the Parents menu.
There are links to the plan drawings at the bottom of this page and some photographs of the progress can be found from the About Our School menu.
Thank you for choosing to visit our web site and thank you for your interest in Brechin High School.
|Click the 'Developing The Young Workforce' image below
for a video on the important links the school has with Forsters Roofing and
the excellent work experiences provided.
Click HERE for information from the Scottish Government on Defining Wellbeing
Click HERE for a link to the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) website, required for all pupils and staff attending the Paris trip.
Click on a link below to see the plans for the new Community Campus:
|Site Plan||Ground Floor||Lower Ground Floor||First Floor|
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