Our senior interim assessments will take place December 2023.  

These assessments are an opportunity for pupils to showcase their current working level across 

their National Qualifications. The evidence generated will be used to create estimated grades that are submitted to SQA. 

There will be NO STUDY leave during this time and pupils should attend their timetabled classes throughout when not taking part in assessments.

S4 Timetable

S5/S6 Timetable

The majority of S4 assessments will take place during class time. 

NOTE: Any assessment scheduled for the week beginning 4th December have been moved to an alternative date.

Studying for exams early means that you get to take your time with revision and avoid last minute cramming or rushing through topics. 

Study Support

At Clydebank High we provide pupils with a huge array of revision support.



Google Classroom

e-Sgoil Study Support

BBC Bitesize

West Partnership

CHS Virtual Study Hub

Speak to your class teacher for usernames and passwords for Achieve, HW Scholar and Glow.

Clydebank High School will be hosting a careers fair in January 2024.  This event will allow our young people and their families to chat with departments, employers and learn what organisations do and what careers are on offer.

Companies will set up stalls so that students are able to informally approach lots of different employers and talk to them personally. It is important to note that there should be no expectations of any job opportunities being offered by business leaders at a careers fair - it is not a job fair - but this is a great way for students to experience a wide range of businesses in their local community and for businesses to begin to build their talent pipeline.

More details coming soon!

Contact Detail

Clydebank High School

Janetta Street


G81 3EJ

Tel:0141 5333000

Email: School Office

X: @clydebankhigh

Instagram: clydebankhigh

On Wednesday 8th November 40 S3 Computing Science pupils took part in BIMA Digital Day 2023.  BIMA Digital Day gives 11-16 year olds an insight into a world of digital careers. Our pupils competed in a sponsored, nationwide digital challenge for a chance to win £500 cash for the school and some fantastic prizes for themselves.

Pupils had a fabulous day researching, designing and presenting a digital solution for the challenge.  The winning team from the day, who will be nominated for a place in the national competition, went to Alexander, Kallum, Isaias and Sasha.  Read more...

The Art Club is a welcoming and inclusive space for everyone.  At CHS Art Club young people can be whoever they want without question or judgement. Whether pupils want a quiet place to freely draw, or a fun lively area to create Christmas decorations, Art club will meet their needs!

Pupils never have to stick to a plan, they can leave the club at any time.  Our young people do not have to be doing the same thing as everyone else!  Pupils can be creative in an envrionment which allows them to work freely! All art material will be provided for our young people to use.  Find us in the art corridor(A204) on Thursdays after school.

Reported by: Aimee Kiernan S5

Our senior Childcare class organised their very own spooktacular Halloween party for Kilbowie nursery and primary children.  19 nursery children joined us in the morning and 35 primary 4 pupils arrived for the afternoon party.

Our young partygoers enjoyed colouring, cake decorating, dooking for apples and much much more.

All pupils looked amazing and enjoyed the experiance.

Working towards National 5 or Higher?  ACHIEVE can help!  Designed for Scottish students, ACHIEVE'S online digital courses are broken down into key topics and concepts, each clearly explained and illustrated. There are hundreds of links to free resources and SQA exam questions and solutions. 

Online assessments will test your understanding and help identify your strengths and areas for improvement.  Use ACHIEVE to boost your confidence and pass exams with better grades.

Speak to ANY class teacher for Clydebank High Code.

West OS is an online school, created by teachers, providing recorded learning experiences for children and young people.  There is a wide range of resources that cover all curricular areas.  

Videos, podcasts and recorded content can be used for independent learning.

Click the link below for free online content to support and help with your learning and revision at school.

CHS Cycle to Success is an excellent lesson through the eyes of the learner!

Last session our pupils created the 'Cycle to Sucess' to demonstrate the perfect lesson through the eyes of the actual pupil.

Every lesson should be broken into 4 stages; Respectful Routine, Forward Phase, Work Phase, Reflection Phase.

View our 'Cycle to Success' here.

Pupils introduction video.

Regular attendance at school is important to make sure that your child reaches their full potential.

It is important for children to attend school regularly. If they are unable to attend due to illness or for any other reason, please inform the school as soon as possible. A phone call to school is acceptable but we suggest you use an email or letter to the school.

You are legally responsible for making sure that your child attends school regularly and punctually.

WDC Attendance

Parent Process Booklet

Parent Attendance Awareness Booklet

S2 Music pupils have been working hard over the past few weeks choosing and learning a piece to play together. Their challenge was to create a performance together using no sheet music, purely by ear, and with only a little guidance from staff. 

Just like the X Factor, we put each performance out for the public vote.

Check out our winner’s announcement video here 

Congratulations to our prize winners:

1st place: 2.4 

500 Miles

2nd Place: 2.5


3rd Place: 2.7 

Viva la Vida

All performances are available here.

Clydebank High School is proud to be in partnership with Magic Breakfast for another year running. Magic Breakfast provides all pupils with a FREE nutritious breakfast food to ensure children start their school day in the best possible way. Breakfast gives our young people the energy needed for the busy school morning, enabling them to focus on their lessons.

Breakfast is available Monday - Friday from 8.15am onwards.

In Clydebank High School we aim to ensure that, through working with partners, we achieve the best possible outcomes for our pupils.

Through engaging in a planned, programmed and cohesive approach to delivering Health and Well-being we ensure all learners develop the knowledge and understanding, skills, capabilities and attributes that support their mental, social, emotional and physical well-being now and in the future.

We have put together a support document to help our young people with your Mental Health and Well-being when in school.

Your education doesn't stop within the classroom.  At Clydebank High School we believe that participation is key to success, and encourage all of our young people to enjoy the benefits of taking part in Extra-Curricular Activity.

PE Extra Curricular Timetable

Whole School Timetable

Introducing a fantastic new website for children and young people in West Dunbartonshire 

West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership is delighted to announce that their new website, WDWellbeing.info is now live! 


Packed full of information for children, young people, families and carers, and those who work with them to support and improve wellbeing and emotional health.