DCSIMG

East Dunbartonshire Council

Schools by region A-Z

Bearsden Academy

Morven Rd, Bearsden, G61 3SU

Tel: 0141-942 2297

Email:office@bearsdenacademy.e-dunbarton.sch.uk

Web: www.bearsdenacademy.org

Head: George Cooper Roll : 1,201

Motto: Committed to excellence

Free school meals: 2 per cent

Unauthorised absence: 0.3 pc

Bishopriggs Academy

(amalgamation of Bishopbriggs and Thomas Muir, formed 2006), South Crosshill Road, Bishopbriggs, G64 2NN

Tel: 0141 772 1529

E-mail office@bishopbriggs.e-dunbarton.sch.uk,

Website: www.bishopbriggs.e-dunbarton.sch.uk

Head: Gordon Moulsdale Roll: 1294

MottoEducating, Inspiring, Empowering

Free school meals: 6.9 per cent

Unauthorised absence: 0.7 per cent

Boclair Academy

Inveroran Drive, Bearsden, G61 2PL

Tel: 0141-943 0717

E:office@boclair.e-dunbarton.sch.uk

Head: Neil Shaw Roll : 975

Free school meals: 6.3 per cent

Unauthorised absence: 0.6 pc

Extra-curricular activities: Aerobics, athletics, golf, badminton, swimming, football, rugby, skiing, volleyball, theatre visits, orchestra, swing band, wind band, Celtic rock group, rock bands, choirs.

Uniform/dress code:White shirt and tie, black trousers/ skirt

Community links:S6 pupils help in local primaries and with Riding for the Disabled.

Vocational education:Some S3/S4 pupils attend vocational courses in local colleges one afternoon a week.

What qualities do you try to instil in pupils to take beyond school? Ambition, responsibility and the importance of lifelong learning.

Famous ex-pupils:Graeme Spiers, sports writer/presenter.

Douglas Academy

Mains Estate, Milngavie, G62 7HL

Tel: 0141-956 2281

E: office@douglas.e-dunbarton.sch.uk

Head: Gordon Wilson Roll : 1,052

Motto: Neart tre eolas (Strength through knowledge)

Free school meals: 5.3 per cent

Unauthorised absence: 0.5per cent

Kirkintilloch High

Briar Road, Kirkintilloch, G66 3SA

Tel: 0141-776 5293

E:office@kirkintilloch.e-dunbarton.sch.uk

Acting Head: Edward Muir

Roll : 648

Motto:In deed and in truth

Free school meals: 15.6 per cent

Unauthorised absence: 0.7 per cent

Lenzie Academy

Myrtle Av, Lenzie, G66 4HR

Tel: 0141-776 6118

Email: office@lenzieacademy.e-dunbarton.sch.uk

Website: www.lenzienet.co.uk

Head:Roger McLelland Roll: 1,379

Motto:Ditior quia doctior (Richer through learning)

Free school meals: 4per cent

Unauthorised absence: 0.6 pc

Extra-curricular activities: Amnesty International, art, athletics, badminton, basketball, chess, choirs, Christian Union, craft club, dance, debating society, drama, Duke of Edinburgh Award, European work experience, exchange visits, football, Gaelic club, Geogsoc, gymnastics, golf, hockey, library, music, netball, orchestra, public speaking, rugby, sailing, school concert, Scripture Union, science club, string band, theatre visits, volleyball, wind band, work experience, year book, year group councils, Young Enterprise

Uniform/dress code: School blazer, school tie, navy blue or black pullover or cardigan, black trousers or skirt.

Community links: Student representative on Lenzie Community Council. Encouraging students to raise funds for charity. Extensive community involvement with S6 students assisting in local primary schools, nurseries, hospitals, special schools and playgroups.

Vocational education:Hospitality, Travel & Tourism, Sound Recording. Some pupils in S3/4 complete vocational courses at local colleges (car maintenance, health and beauty, hairdressing, joinery, etc)

Qualities: Mutual respect, tolerance, patience, perseverance, and high aspirations.

Famous ex-pupils:Rhona McLeod/Elizabeth Quigley (BBC journalists); Andrew Henderson (rugby internationalist); Gus McPherson (St Mirren manager and ex-footballer); Andrew Dunlop (guitarist – Travis), Iain McCartney, MP.

St Ninian's High

Wester Cleddens Road, Bishopbriggs (temporary site)

Tel: 0141 762 1444

E: office@st-ninians.e-dunbarton.sch.uk

Head: Paul McLaughlin Roll : 748

Motto: In necessarus unitas in dubus libertas in omnibus caritas (Where there is need, unity, where there is doubt, freedom, everything, love)

Free school meals: 9.1 per cent

Unauthorised absence: 0.5 pc

Turnbull High

St Mary's Rd, Bishopbriggs,G64 2EF

Tel: 0141-772 9101

E: office@turnbull.e-dunbarton.sch.uk

Head: Neil Roarty Roll : 741

Motto: Respice finem (Focus on your goal)

Free school meals: 4.4 per cent

Unauthorised absence: 0.5 pc

Extra-curricular activities: Drama, choir, jazz/ceilidh bands, art club, ceramics club, reading group, public speaking. Athletics, badminton, body combat, dance, fitness suite, handball, football, indoor hockey, netball, skiing, table tennis, running club, tennis, volleyball, basketball, sailing.

In addition: Eco Club, Fair Trade,Young Enterprise and pro-life group. We are one of a tiny number of schools who have achieved Eco Schools Green Flag twice.

Uniform/dress code: Black blazer, black trousers or skirt, blue shirt, blue tie with yellow stripes.

Community links: Concerts for Marie Curie and Quarriers. Annual Senior Citizens Party, gifts for Easthall Nursery. Anti-sectarianism events with Bishopriggs Academy. Longstanding support for Living with Hope project for HIV/Aids patients in Kenya, and links with projects in Liberia, Malawi and Columbia.

Vocational education:Hospitality courses at Metropolitan College plus Skills for Work courses includingConstruction Crafts, Early Education and Childcare, Hairdressing, and Sport and Recreation. Several pupils also attend a weekly course at an FE college to gain a City and Guild (Entry Level 3) award in Auto Engineering. All S4 pupils do a week's work experience and spend time looking at Personal Qualities, Interview Skills and Writing CVs.

Qualities? We promote gospel values encouraging young people to love God and their neighbour. We foster a commitment to social justice, compassion, forgiveness and respect for the dignity of all. Pupils are encouraged to exercise personal responsibility, always give their best and persevere when times are hard.

Famous ex-pupils: Michael Tierney (British Features Writer of the Year, 2007), James McFadden (footballer), Gerry Britton (Assistant Manager of Patrick Thistle), Nieve Jennings (Miss Scotland), and Kevin Sherry and Colin McArdle of Attic Lights.

 
 
 

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