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Weekly Pupil Newsletter

UCAS Information Evening

There will be a UCAS Information Evening for parents/carers of pupils who are applying for 2019 entry to university. This will take place on Monday 18th June at 5.00pm in “The Street”. All pupils are encouraged to attend as well. A representative from The University of Edinburgh will be delivering a presentation on:

Why Higher Education

Choosing a course

Timetable of events



There will be an opportunity to ask questions about the UCAS process and the role of the school in supporting pupils with their applications. For further information please contact Mr Pratt.

Parent Council 

To read minutes of May Parent Council Meeting please click here

School Canteen Summer Menu

Wallet cards    Posters

Modern Language Active Learn Information for Parents

Business and Computing Guide to Access online Pupil Profile

Support your child’s reading’ – reciprocal reading guide

please click here

HT Open Forum - June 2018

I know parents/ carers can sometimes find it difficult to manage to school during daytime hours. This open forum will run from five o’clock until six o’clock. If there is an issue or area of school life where you require further information or want to share your views please contact the school office to agree an appointment time and I will be happy to meet with you to discuss further at this time.
The next drop in is planned for - 5.00 - 6.00 pm 12 June.
Robert Stewart - Headteacher

The Cost of a School Day

Dear parent/ carer, In liaison with our Parent Council we have been looking at raising awareness of the whole area of ‘equity’ at Biggar High School. To this end we have created an information booklet, The Cost of a School Day as a starting point which is designed both to reflect our values and to encourage any family who feel that financial pressures are impacting negatively on the ability to support their child’s education in its widest sense to engage with the school. The booklet provides a context to our present situation, information about what we are already doing to deliver equity and a strong appeal to pupils and parents to communicate with the school over areas of possible concern in relation to supporting educational provision Any comments and observations would be most welcome.

Occupational Therapy Advisory Clinic

Please click here for information about a monthly clinic in Lanark Health Centre for families of children and young people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Student Access to RM Portico

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