Here is where you will find the latest information on ways in which CHS is supporting our pupils and wider Community. Keep checking for regular updates.
Pupils’ parents and carers, do know about Parentzone Scotland?
With this year’s exams fast approaching, Parentzone Scotland has a supporting study section providing advice on how parents and carers can support their child preparing for exams, including managing their time, getting organised, studying and keeping well.
Parents and carers please see the parent section of this site for some more helpful information.
- Study guides: SQA Study Guides are designed to help children and young people prepare for their exams no matter what subject they are studying.
- BBC Bitesize: Revision guide: Resources and information to support school work and homework.
- Pointers for Parents and Pupils - Supporting Learning and Revision - Revision tips and essential information from the National Parent Forum of Scotland.
Past papers and marking instructions
- Past question papers: Download SQA National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher past papers and marking instructions.
- SQA Examination Timetable and Personal Timetable Builder: The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) NQ Examination Timetable with information on the online and mobile personal timetable builders.
Additional support needs/disabilities
- Children or young people who have additional support needs or a disability can get assessment support when they are studying for SQA qualifications. Parents and carers should contact their child’s school to discuss the different types of support available.
'Nationals in a Nutshell' guides
- Nationals in a Nutshell: A series of summaries of the National 4 and National 5 qualifications from the National Parent Forum of Scotland for parents and carers.
- Highers in a Nutshell: Written for parents and carers, these are clear concise guides to the new Highers.
- Nationals in a Nutshell: Assessment (PDF file): An assessment guide for Nationals in a Nutshell from the National Parent Forum of Scotland.
What is Year of Young People 2018?
The Year of Young People 2018 aims to inspire Scotland through its young people, celebrating their achievements, valuing their contribution to communities and creating new opportunities for them to shine locally, nationally and globally. The Year will give young people, aged 8 to 26, new opportunities to influence decision making on issues affecting their lives and be involved in opportunities across the country.
Interested in supporting YoYP 2018 or have a general enquiry?
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Tag us on Twitter @YOYP2018 and use #YOYP2018 and we’ll be sure to share it
Some of the issues that have been tackled by the Raising Attainment/Step to Success Committee this term is provided in the newsletter below. Lots more to follow!
Being a parent can be a wonderful experience however it can also be very difficult, challenging and exhausting. Go to our Health & Wellbeing zone for more information.