Today the school had an unscheduled evacuation as a result of a malicious phone call. On advice from police and fire service, young people and staff returned to work safe and well. Lunchtime was extended by 15 minutes. Particular priority
Our current Parent Council Chair, Peter Langley, is retiring from the post. The school would like to thank Peter for his service to our school community. We are now looking for a new Parent Council Chair. If you are interested
Stirling Council is committed to supporting all children and young people. One part of this work is to further develop support for parents and carers to encourage and carry on learning at home. Research shows that this has a big
Comic Relief Non Uniform This Friday 24th March is Comic Relief Red Nose Day when we raise money for disadvantaged young people at home and in other countries. You can wear non-uniform on Friday by making a donation during registration
Dear Parents and Carers As you are aware, our Prize-giving committee has been looking at ways to improve our Prize giving events. Our Junior and Senior Prize-giving events have a long history and tradition. They provide us with further opportunities to celebrate
Berlin trip From 12-14th of February a group of 29 senior pupils from Stirling High School flew to Berlin on a field trip run by the History Department to further extend our Higher and Advanced Higher pupils’ knowledge of Germany.
Junk Kouture Earlier this month, two teams from Stirling High performed at the Junk Kouture Grand Final fashion show in the SEC Armadillo. They competed against teams from the rest of Scotland to see who had the best kouture design made from
Please see the latest edition of Digital Parenting Magazine. The magazine offers support for parents and carers regarding on line safety. http://www.vodafone.com/content/digital-parenting/learning-and-fun/digital-parenting-magazine.html?dm_i=LQE,4QSFJ,JK0CT7,HSVGU,1 Kind Regards Stirling High School
S4 Reports The above report cards will be issued to pupils on Friday 24 February and will be sent home via schoolbag mail. If you do not receive your child’s report card on that date please contact the School Office.
Stirling Council is beginning year 4 of Priority Based Budgeting (PBB), which has involved significant consultation and engagement with our communities. Stirling Council are looking for your feedback on how you feel the first three years of PBB went. What