Golspie High School

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  • 16/05/2017
    School Uniform
    Follow this link for new school uniform
  • 23/03/2017
    SQA Exam Timetable
    Here you can find the external exam timetable for 2017
  • 13/01/2017
    Handbook
    Golspie high Handbook 2017 is now available here.
  • 07/11/2016
    GHS House System
    Find out about the new House Point system here. More Information and download the app here
    
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Welcome to Golspie High School

 

Our Modern Apprenticeship website, Mappit, has

been transformed! Take a look and you’ll find:

·         live vacancies for Modern Apprenticeships and other school leaver programmes

·         easy to use features for searching and applying

·         careers-related news and events.


 

 

Practical woodworking


The National Course projects in woodwork have now been completed to a very high standard and can be viewed here and do not forget S3 with their completed Game Chairs can be found in the gallery

 

Photos from the recent S6 Leadership Residential can be found in the gallery.


Parental Update May2017

School change to 4.5 day week  

Great chance for S4 and S5 pupils for this coming summer holiday – environmental sustainability project in the Flows county. Pupils should be aged 16 or 17 when they attend the residential week

Flows County Information Leaflet

Flows County Registration Form

TheParent Council felt that this was worth a parent watching this with their son or daughter. GHS will follow this up by referring to it in PSE in the nearfuture’

Information regarding preparation for this summer’s SQA exams 2017

 Rector's Information letter March 2017 is here. 

Recent updates:

 The latest school Newsletter Easter 2017 is now available here.


 

 GHS House System 

Find out about the new House Point system here. More Information and download the app here

 

 


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Golspie High aims to nurture and develop the academic and creative talents of every pupil, and provide them with engaging opportunities to succeed. We invest significant time in fostering positive relationships with our community, and this is reflected in the hard-working and friendly pupils who attend the school.

The school encourages aspiration, dedication and kindness in our pupils; and we expect the highest standards of behaviour, based on tolerance and respect.

In addition to a broad curriculum, a wide range of extra-curricular activities are available to our pupils, appealing to their interests in sports, the arts and outdoor pursuits, all of which contribute to the school's aims of providing the fullest education possible.

Driving Ambitions

Driving Ambitions