Sports Day finals will take place Wednesday 29 May.  All pupils who were successful in qualification last week will be taking part.


S3 Finalists - Periods 1 and 2

S2 Finalists - Periods 3 and 4

S4 Finalists - Periods 5 and 6


All pupils from each year group should attend but only pupils who have qualified will be required to bring a PE kit and get changed.


The remainder of the pupils will be there to watch and support the finalists.


Good Luck to all pupils taking part!

Congratulations to Logan, Matthew, Struan and Thomas who were crowned the 2024 YPI winners, receiving £3000 towards their chosen charity which was ‘Dunbartonshire Disability Sports Club".  The DDSC provides recreational opportunities through sport for those children and young people, primarily but not exclusively, with disabilities in the Dunbartonshire and surrounding areas with the aim of improving their physical and mental wellbeing


All seven finalists put together fantastic presentations which highlighted all the different charities great work. 


Visit YPI Scotland

We are looking forward to P7 transition visits on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st May and  hosting our P7 Parent Information Evening at 6pm on Thursday 30th May.


Pupils should arrive for a 9:30 am start and 2:45pm finish on both days.


Classes will be on display as pupils arrive at school on Thursday morning and pupils can look forward to experiencing a broad range of subjects across the two days.


You may want to note that:


We hope you are looking forwarding to visiting us too.

Contact Detail

Clydebank High School

Janetta Street

Clydebank

G81 3EJ


Tel:0141 5333000

Email: School Office

X: @clydebankhigh

Instagram: clydebankhigh

On Monday 24 June there will be a trip to Millport.  Pupils will cycle 10 miles around the beautiful island of Cumbrae.  Bikes and helmets will be provided on the island.  Cost of the trip £18(tbc).  


Minibus to Largs then Calmac ferry to Millport. minibus back to Clydebank for 3.30pm.



If interested please give names to Ms Neilson (Art) or Mr MacKenzie (Business)


The 2024 SQA Exam diet started on Monday 22 April and finishes on Thursday 30 May.  This will also be the final week for our S6 pupils!


Download SQA Exam timetable.


Timetable

Create a personal timetable, view your exam schedule, add notes, and add to other calendars.


MySQA Exam App - Apple Device


My SQA Exam App - Android


MyStudyPlan app

Organise your revision by creating your own study plan.


MyStudyPlan App - Apple Device


MyStudyPlan App - Android


SQA have announced that that thousands of learners will be able to get access to some of their marked exam papers from their schools and colleges from Results Day on Tuesday 6 August.


The Scotland-wide trial, involving five subjects.



Learn more 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 order to give pupils extra support before their final exams, it has been agreed that cover will be provided for staff members for a maximum of 3 periods on the day before an exam( or the day closest to the final exam depending on holidays).


These additional study days can provide an opportunity for our young people to clarify concepts they may not have fully grasped in class. Teachers can offer alternative explanations and examples tailored to individual learning styles.


Download the timetable.


Are you looking for information to support yourself or someone in your family?  


WD for Families Hubs can offer face to face support for families by skilled staff. 


WD for Families vision is one which is clearly accessible and readily available to all and any family who needs it. They aim to ensure families are able to access the help they need, where and when they need it for as long as it is needed. 


Download leaflet here


Visit website here.

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.


ACHIEVE

Scholar 

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.

We are pleased to announce that Clydebank High School has been awarded the UNICEF Bronze: Rights Committed Award.


A Rights Respecting School is a community where children’s rights are learned, taught, practiced, respected, protected and promoted. 


At Clydebank High School we aim to have the children’s rights at the heart of our ethos and culture, to improve well-being and to develop every child’s talents and abilities to reach their full potential. We have successfully achieved the Bronze Award: Rights Committed, we are now working towards achieving Silver: Rights Aware.


If you wish to find out more information about the award, visit the website here.

Clydebank High School has been awarded the highest grade possible in three of the four areas inspected. 


Education Scotland visited the school in December and during their inspection rated the leadership of change; learning, teaching and assessment; and ensuring wellbeing, equality and inclusion all very good. In addition, raising attainment and achievement was rated as good.


Ms Lynam was praised for demonstrating strong, strategic and thoughtful leadership. Inspectors also noted support for the Headteacher by senior and middle leaders, and for very successfully creating an empowering culture of staff leading change across the school. Read more here.


Visit Education Scoltand for full inspection report.


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.

On Friday 19 April we said goodbye to our S6 pupils, class of 2024!  All staff would like to express their heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for the future.  Their journey through high school has been filled with growth, challenges, and countless memories which they will carry with them into the future.


As each pupil prepares to embark on new adventures, whether it's pursuing higher education, entering the workforce, or exploring other opportunities, remember to hold on to the lessons you've learned and the friendships you've forged. 


Good luck and farewell!


Checkout the gallery here!

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.