South Lanarkshire Access Panel in partnership with South Lanarkshire Council and South Lanarkshire Leisure and Cultural Trust, are putting together an exciting and innovative event in September. This is to showcase the activities and supports available throughout the community for people with a wide range of disabilities that will enable them to live in a healthy, safe and independent way.
There will be a variety of organisations on hand to provide information on the day the event:-
A list of the extracurricular clubs available for this school year has now been added to school website. If can be viewed below or you can download a copy from the Extracurricular Activities page of our website.
As you may know this is the first year of the new National Qualifications which is a significant development for the school. The school has surveyed pupils and faculties, however we are keen to hear the views of parents and carers, therefore we have put together a short survey.
We're delighted to announce that, following a recent inspection by Unicef, the school has been recommended for a Level 1 Rights Respecting School Award. You can read more about it on the RRSA blog here.