Click on the following link to register for the S2/3 Option Choice Event.
Some of our students expressing their opinion on COP 26. The video was created by our Linwood High School Film Club. Great work everyone.
It is crucial that we remain a nut free school to ensure the safety of all of our students. All young people should be aware of what they bring to school and what they are eating as this can have a fatal effect on a young person with a severe nut allergy. We thank you for your cooperation.
If any parent wishes to discuss their child’s involvement please contact our Pastoral staff.
Keep Safe Kids app
The Keep Safe Kids app is a new and easier way for children and young people to access health and wellbeing information and support as well as to report bullying directly to their school.
Pupils can open the app and make reports at any time of day or night as well as make anonymous reports, helping them to control when and how they tell someone about an incident or their concerns.
Reports are sent directly to that child or young person’s school to be picked up in line with the school’s anti-bullying and wellbeing policies. Reports are not held on the app or accessible to anyone else, ensuring confidentiality and reports will not be picked up outside standard school hours.
If you have wellbeing concerns for your child, please do not hesitate to contact us directly. We are here to help.
To find out how to download or use the Keep Safe Kids app, visit the I Am Me Scotland website (https://iammescotland.co.uk/keep-safe-kids-app)
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