The timetable for 20/21 is now complete as we prepare for our new 21/22 timetable next week. We will make some changes to our staggered times to allow us the chance to issue timetables but in a Covid safe way.

See main points below;

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New Timetable

Our staggered times will remain the same as previous weeks, however for MONDAY we will plan the following;

  • New S4-6 Anderson and Cowan at 8.35am Front door
  • New S4-6 Barton and Port at 8.35am Side door
  • New S2 Anderson and Cowan at 8.40am Front door
  • New S2 Barton and Port at 8.40am Side door
  • New S3 Anderson and Cowan at 8.45am Front door
  • New S3 Barton and Port at 8.45am Side door

Key adult will be extended until 9.10am to allow us to issue timetables. Any pupils isolating will collect their timetable on their return or email Mr Stewart through for an update.

LFD Testing– As with all the mitigations, keep taking the tests and recording them alongside our 2m distance where possible.

S6 Leavers– We had a low key coffee morning with our S6 to wish them all the very best after a really challenging year, a great speech from Sal and a wonderful poem from Kerr was a great end to the session for them. They wanted to thank all staff and families for the ongoing support to help them travel through their time in School.

SQA Levels

We are continuing with the process of checking, analysing and ensuring the data we have is accurate, fair and a good demonstration of how our youngsters learned this year. The Council will write to all pupils, by email on Wed 23rd June with their provisional grades / levels and relevant information.

This situation remains a dynamic one and we will keep you updated as things change or evolve.

P7 into S1

Our virtual transition begins next week with a range of activities and themes to help our P7 get set for the move up to high school. We have a Parent meeting on Monday evening which we hope will of use and relevance.

It’s the beginning of a big deal for Scotland after a 23-year absence. We hope you have a good weekend. We look forward to the new timetable starting on Monday for the final 10 days of an extraordinary year.

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