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Harris Academy - Transportation of pupils June 2016

Letters have been issued today detailing the transportation of S4, S5 and S6 pupils to Harris Academy, Perth Road from Menzieshill High School. Full details can be found here

Bingo Evening - Wednesday 17 February 2016

The last ever bingo evening at Menzieshill High School. all funds raised on the night will go to the Menzieshill Through the Years book

Course choices for 2016-2017

Course choice documents for 2016-2017 are now available to view under 'School' tab then 'Course Choices' folder

Severe Weather Arrangements

Information on school closures will be provided by the Council.

A letter form Michael Wood, Director of Education can be found here.


 Please see the Council Winter weather page and follow their Twitter feed.

Pan Tayside Survey on impact of the 1+2 partnership

an online parent survey which can be accessed via the link below:

The Pan Tayside team is in the process of carrying out an evaluation on the impact of 1+2 in partnership with the University of Dundee.  This year we are focussing on establishing a baseline therefore schools involved in the evaluation will be at different stages with their 1+2 strategies.


We have created an online parent survey which can be accessed via the link below: 


This questionnaire  aims to explore parents' awareness and understanding of Language Learning: A 1+2 Approach.


Participation in this evaluation would benefit the local authorities and schools to enable them to develop appropriate materials and staff development to effectively implement the Government’s Language Learning: A 1+2 Approach.

Standards and Quality Report 2014

The Standards and Quality Report for 2014 is now available here. Here you can find out about our school's performance and some of our successes.

Life Online: an Internet Safety Event for parents

Craigowl Primary School Wednesday 3rd June at 6.30 p.m.


A fun and informative event with guests on hand to answer your questions and queries from Police Scotland, Community Safety Team, Barnardos, O2 and the Education Department and will look at some of the issues young people face online and how you can help as a parent or carer.

A full size version of the poster is available here.