Clyde Valley High school was delighted to host a very successful and entertaining awards night on Tuesday 21st Of June. Here are some pictures of the night
Following the recent visit of the HMIE to Clyde Valley High School in April, the following letter has been published on Education Scotland's website. Everyone should feel proud of the very good progress that is being made by Clyde Valley High School and I would like to thank everyone for their support with this.
I am writing to inform you that Mr Nick Quail has resigned from the post of Head Teacher of Clyde Valley High School. Mr Quail has been the Head Teacher since February 2015 and I am sure that you will join me and his colleagues in wishing him all the very best for the future.
Mr Mark Cairns will remain in the post of Interim Head Teacher until the end of the school session, allowing for the continuity of management and leadership within the school whilst the recruitment of a permanent Head Teacher is undertaken. Further announcements regarding this process will be issued in due course.
Mr Cairns has been involved in supporting the school through the recent HMI visit which took place just before the Spring Break as a follow up to the inspection in October 2019. As a highly experienced Head Teacher, Mr Cairns contribution to the leadership of the change programme undertaken by the school over recent months has been invaluable. The feedback from this HMI visit will be shared with parents and carers once received.
In the meantime, I would like to thank you for your continued support.
Head of Education (South)
Virtual Easter School - April 2022
As part of our universal offer of support for our senior phase learners, the Digital School have coordinated an online supported study programme that will run from Tuesday 5th April to Thursday 14th. These online study ‘masterclass’ sessions will help learners reach the standards required to achieve their potential in their desired subjects. The link below will allow pupils to sign up to any of the 28 sessions that are running:
Spring Break 2022 Supported Study Sign Up
The link will be open until 5pm on Thursday 31st March. This will allow us to build the Teams for each session and add the pupils before the start of the programme. There will be a late sign-up form that will go live on the Friday (1st April) evening and this will be tweeted out by the @NLDigitalSchool Twitter account. This will be accessed by Digital School staff throughout the Easter break and will be primarily for students who cannot make in house offers or whose circumstances change at short notice.
The attached pdf has a copy of the full NL Digital School offer as well as the e-Sgoil offer (including the details on how to sign-up) and access to the National E-Learning offer that includes Scholar and West OS. Please share this document with your learners and feel free to share the sign-up form via your Twitter accounts and Groupcall.
If you have any questions regarding the Digital School Spring Break Supported study offer please email Alan Cooper directly at firstname.lastname@example.org