Senior Phase Interim assessments will commence on Tuesday 30 November and run for the month of December and into January 2022.

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. It should be noted that pupils will complete assessment mainly during timetabled class time, however, for subjects with larger presentation numbers pupils may need to be extracted from class to sit an assessment.

There will be no study leave during this time and pupils should attend their timetabled classes throughout.

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Our S3 Geography pupils participated in the International Trade Game this week. The aim of the game was to trade, manufacture and sell products to make as much money as possible.

Our wonderful S6 leadership pupils helped us out by being the Bankers and pupils worked in teams to deposit as much money as they could into their bank account. Pupils worked exceptionally well displaying great communication skills as well as confident networking and negotiating skills. Well done to the winning team of R Watt, M Qaasim and L Stewart who represented Mexico.

Contact Detail

Clydebank High School

Janetta Street


G81 3EJ

Tel:0141 5333000

Email: School Office

Twitter: @clydebankhigh

The senior study cafe will begin on Wednesday 20 October from 3pm - 4pm.

All S4 - S6 pupils are invited to attend the study sessions which will run every Wednesday and Thursday.

The sessions will provides an opportunity for pupils to study for exams, complete homework or receive extra tuition under the guidance of subject specialist teaching staff. By attending the cafe, pupils can have difficult concepts explained, further their knowledge and ultimately increase their attainment in both class tests and SQA exams.

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.

Gerry focuses his group work around what is triggering the young people and giving them knowledge of the various brain and body states that can impact on their behaviour through teaching self-regulation and managing stressed behaviour.

Read more here.

Clydebank High School is now collecting new toys for our Christmas Toybank.

Could you help us make Christmas a little bit easier for our local families experiancing poverty?

We are collecting toys, gifts, selection boxes, non perishable foods and toiletries.

Donations can be dropped off at the school office or Room E111 for Ms Strang.

Other drop off points can be found at:

WDC Foodshare Website

WDC Foodshare Facebook

Clydebank High School is collecting non-perishable food for West Dunbartonshire Community Foodshare to distribute to those in need.


Tinned Veg

Tinned Meat

Tinned Potatoes

Tinned Fish

Tinned Soup




Pasta Sauce

Cooking Sauces

Tinned Fruit

Tea Bags




Baby Products

( e.g. nappies/wipes)

All donations can be placed in the shopping trolley in the school foyer or handed into Room D111 for Ms Strang.

The Pupil Leadership Team empowers pupils within our school and wider community to become ambassadors for the school. The Pupil Leadership Team plays an extremely important role in the school by representing the student voice with their views on changes and improvements to school life.

Click here for more information.

Dressing for Excellence

All Clydebank High School pupils are expected to wear school uniform, every school day.

Following the School Board’s consultation with parents on school uniform, the following list can act as a practical guide to the School’s expectations.

  • Black Blazer/Jacket

  • White shirt/blouse

  • Senior Blue School Tie S4-S6

  • Junior Striped School Tie S1-S3

  • Plain black top

  • Black trousers/skirt

  • Black footwear

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

Check back soon for more activities!