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EDC Quality Review

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Our school has recently undergone  a Quality Review by education officials within East Dunbartonshire Council. This involved eight officials spending a week in the school visiting classes, looking at evidence and meeting groups of pupils, staff, parents and external partners. The report produced as a result of this review can be viewed by clicking HERE. You will see that it is overwhelmingly positive.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support of the school. Please contact me at the school if you have any questions about the report.

PAUL McLAUGHLIN
HEAD TEACHER

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Under 15's Football

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Below is a link to the highlights of our Under 15s team playing Gracemount HS in the 4th tie of the Scottish Schools FA Shield.  Our team played well drawing 4 each. The game then went to penalties at which point they were saddly beaten 9-8.

Please click here to view the highlights.

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The Philippines Appeal

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Please click here for a link to the SCIAF website relating to the funds raised in aid of the Philippines.

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Andrew Ratcliffe's Visit

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Andrew Ratcliffe's Visit

Andrew Ratcliffe is currently working with our S5/6 pupils in the Art Department. He is a famous British painter who painted the official portrait for the Prince of Wales.

His work has been exhibited extensively in Britain and abroad, featuring several times in the John Moores (prizewinner 1978) and the National Portrait Gallery Portrait Awards. He combines painting with being a professional musician and has worked on numerous combined arts projects with dancers, musicians and performing artists. Since 1980 he has worked as artist in residence in schools, colleges, galleries, libraries and other community spaces throughout the country.

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St Ninian's High School 1939-1945

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One of the original Headmaster's logbooks remains in the school.  It covers the period of the Second World War, and may have survived because of its historical interest.  Some of the material is now being transcribed on to the school website.

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