Welcome

Welcome to St. Ninian’s High School website. Here we hope to give you an insight into the school, its aims and achievements. As a Catholic comprehensive school we are a community of love and hope and we recognise the wide ranging talent, interests and abilities of all our pupils. Our ultimate aim is to develop the full potential of all our young people.

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S4 Supported Study Programme

Please follow the link below to book your S4 study sessions.

Supported Study Online Booking Form

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Show My Homework

Please click on the image below to access our School Calendar for Show my Homework

 

 

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Growth Mindset

As part of this years school improvement plan, all pupils and staff will be introduced to a concept called Growth Mindset. Pupils will learn that intelligence is not fixed and that by finding and accepting new challenges they are able to increase their intelligence and skills in any area they focus on. Information for parents will be issued throughout the session. Click on the  GROWTH MINDSET image below for more information

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Virtual Tours

New Galleries

  • Prize Giving 2014
  • S6 2013-2014
  • Fashion Show - S2 - December 2012
  • S6 Higher & Intermediate 2 Art Portraits 2012

Main Calendar

Term Dates Calendar

Staff Calendar

Latest News

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    200 Club

    28/5/20150 Comments
    The September draw of the 200 Club has taken place and the winning numbers were:

     

    096

    099

    114

     

    Winners will each receive a cheque for £50.00 and will be notified in writing.

     

     

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    NINIANS NIGHT - FUNDRAISER

    26/9/20170 Comments
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    We were delighted to be the first secondary school in Scotland to be awarded the prestigious Excellence in Professional Learning Awards from the General Teaching Council for Scotland at a glittering award ceremony in Glasgow. This involved a visit from eight panel members who spent time talking to staff and pupils about what it is like to be a learner in St Ninian’s High School. The report written by the panel says this about our school:-

    “Key to the work of St Ninian’s is striving to ensure that its young people are fully prepared for life in the 21st century. The young people who attend the school are encouraged by all of the staff to be ambitious in their achievements, confident in their abilities, responsible within their community and effective in their learning by developing the talents of each individual. During the course of the GTCS one-day visit to the school it was clear that there is a real sense of equity and deep respect for each other. Parents and pupils, teachers and colleagues through different professional learning activities, forums and involvement in the life of the whole school, shape their own learning. Across the day, it was clear that learning is what St Ninian’s is all about.”

    Please click on the link below to view the GTC page relating to the awards, and also to view our short video clip.

     

    http://www.gtcs.org.uk/News/news/gtcs-national-awards.aspx

     

     

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    Return to School August 2017

    12/7/20170 Comments

     

    We look forward to welcoming all of our pupils back to school at 8.45am on Wednesday 16th August 2017. 

    S1 pupils should report to the Assembly Hall where they will be issued with their timetables.

    S2-S5 pupils should report to their Supporting Learners class at 8.45am will they will be issued with their timetables.

    S6 pupils should gather in the Social Area where they will be issued with their timetables.

    Classes will all commence at 9.05am.

    We hope you have all had an amazing summer break.

  • Please click the link below to view our list of Extra Curricular Activities for this session 2017-2018.  We hope you will all come along and take part.

    Extra Curricular Activities 2017-2018 

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    Newsletter - Summer 2017

    21/3/20140 Comments

    Click on the link below to view our all new interactive Summer Newsletter.

    https://sway.com/kzV2RMGhCemTZzP7?ref=Link