SQA Post Results Service 2018

If a school or college has concerns about a candidate’s grade for National 5, Higher or Advanced Higher qualifications, they can request a clerical check or marking review. Please note that results services can only be used if the school is concerned that a marking error may have affected the grade awarded by SQA.

The timeline of events is available here; please ensure you are familiar with the document before the SQA results are released.

Information for Returning S5 & S6 Pupils

New S5 return on Monday 4 June: P1 – 3 (Induction).

Pupils should report straight to the Octagon for an assembly at 8.45am. Induction then continues with Pupil Support in house groups in the Octagon, Art rooms and Drama Social Area (ALG03). Pupils will then return to normal timetabled classes from P4 onwards.

New S6 return on Tuesday 5 June: P1 – 3 (Induction).

Pupils should report straight to the Octagon for an assembly at 8.45am. Induction then continues with Pupil Support staff in house groups in the Octagon, Art rooms and Drama Social Area (ALG03).Pupils will then return to normal timetabled classes from P4 onwards.

Revised Exam Diet Information

The dates of study leave have been amended to take account of SQA exams taking place at the end of the diet. The new dates are as follows:

  • S4 study leave is from Monday 30 April to Friday 1 June.  New S5 Pupils return to school Monday 4 June.
  • S5/6 Study leave is from Monday 30 April to Monday 4 June. New S6 Pupils return to school Tuesday 5 June.

S4 & S5 received their revised instructions today and parents are receiving their own copy via email. A copy is available to download here. Current S6 are not affected by the changes and so do not need a revised copy of the instructions.

Young Enterprise Success

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“Connect” and “Survivalists,” two teams from Hamilton Grammar School recently battled it out at the Young Enterprise Lanarkshire finals

In the end the Survivalists were successful attaining the ‘Product Innovation’ award and the ‘Christmas Trade Stand’ award at the Lanarkshire finals. Receiving these awards has further enhanced the experience for the team of youngsters.

Connect also had great success this year, selling their personalised Jigsaws not only making great profit but more importantly using their product in local care homes to connect Alzheimer’s and Dementia sufferers with their families.

The initiative from Young Enterprise allows youngsters the opportunity to set up and run their own business gaining entrepreneurial experience thanks to the Company Programme.

Directors Lucy Grenfell & Matthew Miller, said “Young Enterprise was so much more successful than any of us had anticipated it would be. It gave us an opportunity to innovate and put many of our own business ideas into practice and gave us an insight into how businesses trade and challenged us to solve problems together as a team. I would recommend future pupils to get involved!”

Vaccinations

All S3 pupils, and some pupils in S4 and 5, will receive their vaccinations for diphtheria, tetanus & polio and for meningococcal ACWY on Monday 16th April.  Times for classes are below. Pupils should ensure that they have eaten that morning & it would be helpful if they wear short-sleeved shirts on the day

Some pupils will be seen at 9.15, and then pupils should attend as follows;

9.30: 3B1

9.50: 3B2

10.10: 3B3

10.30: 3C1

10.50: 3C2 & 3B4

11.35: 3C3

11.55 3D1

12.15 3D2

12.35 any S4 & S5 pupils previously advised.