Additional Support

In order to give pupils extra support before their final exams, it has been agreed that revision classes will run from period 1 - period 3 on the day before the exam( or the day closest to the final exam depending on holidays).

SQA Revision Guides

SQA has published revision support to help learners prepare for this year’s exams, given the significant disruption to learning and teaching they have experienced due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Higher Quick Link

National 5 Quick Link

It can be normal to feel nervous around exam time but if you’re finding it hard to cope, reach out for support. Togetherall is a safe online community, available 24/7 & its anonymous.

There is also a range of useful resources to get support. Join today by clicking here and sign up using your academic email.

There are many courses available on the Togetherall platform which can be completed by students in their own time, and at their own pace.

Managing Stress & Worry

A detailed guide on how to manage stress and worry problems.

Improve your Sleep

A course full of hints and tips to help sleep, leaving you more energized and refreshed

Stop Procrastinating

A course that provides you with techniques and strategies to stop procrastinating and increase productivity.

The next general Open Day at the University of Glasgow will be on Thursday 16 June 09.30am to 3.00pm.

The event will consist of academic talks and academic exhibition stands; University support services talks and stands; information presentations; campus tours; availability to visit the four Student Union Buildings as well as the library and the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery.

For more information click here.

Contact Detail

Clydebank High School

Janetta Street


G81 3EJ

Tel:0141 5333000

Email: School Office

Twitter: @clydebankhigh

Some of our S1 pupils received their 9 week Mindfulness course certificates with 20 pupils completing the dot b course. This course helps train their attention to be more aware of what is actually happening, rather than worrying about what has happened or what might happen.

Gerry Diamond is a member of the extended Pupil Support Team at Clydebank High School and is involved in the Multi Agency Support Hub and is one of our Teachers of Nurture.

Read more here.

On Wednesday 4th May Clydebank High School hosted their very own Mental Health Festival.

Many of our young people have either experienced a mental health problem themselves, or are close to someone who has.

Good mental health is very important in helping children and young people to expand their cognitive development, and to ensure positive physical and social health outcomes.

All S3 pupils were taken off timetable and carried out a variety of health and wellbeing sessions throughout the entire day.

Some of the sessions included:




Pizza & Sweet making

Netball (coach)



Ukulele Group


The S3 pupils had a great day and hopefully this will become an annual event.

West OS will be offering live, interactive study support webinars between February and May 2022 across 24 Senior Phase courses across National 5 and Higher.

West OS is an online school, created by teachers, providing recorded learning experiences for children and young people.

Learners can register here and their GlowScot login and will immediately receive an email with relevant information. See Mr Hand or Mrs Lumsden for your Glow details.

Click here for more information or visit the website 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.

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.

Click here for full list of Extra Curricular Clubs and Activities.

PE Extra Curricular Club Timetable

Lego Programming Club

Games Club

On Friday 22 April we bid farewell to our wonderful S6 pupils. Although they will be back in Clydebank High for their SQA exams during May they have reached the end of their school career. Pupil’s enjoyed a cooked breakfast before having an opportunity to say goodbye to each other and to their teachers.

They have been a truly amazing year group and we are incredibly proud of all S6 pupils. Good luck to all our current S6 pupils and we wish you all every success in whatever your future holds. Check out the gallery here.

Safety is a serious issue and we should all be aware of the dangers of playing on and near water, and learn ways to stay safe.

Follow the water safety code.

The dangers of water include:

  • Very cold temperatures

  • Hidden currents

  • It can be deep

  • It is difficult to estimate depth

  • There may be hidden rubbish like shopping trolleys or broken glass

  • It can be difficult to get out (steep slimy banks)

  • No lifeguards

  • Water pollution may make you ill

Each week we will post our opportunities table to the google classroom and tweet this information @CHS_DYWSkills.

This will showcase all the brilliant opportunities to help young people into the world of work. This all is a result from the pupil voice, watch our video to see what CHS pupils wanted…