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Maths Camps 2018


Please be aware that all National 5 and Higher students, have been issued with information regarding next year’s Maths Camps.

If any further information is required, please contact the school office.

Contact Us

Please note that, when calling the school, the options for which department to speak to have changed. The options are now;

Press 1 to report a child’s absence
Press 2 for Pupil Support
Press 3 for School Office
Press 4 for Community Reception and Sport & Leisure

SQA Exams Post Result Service

You will receive your Scottish Qualifications Certificate (SQC) by first class mail on Tuesday 8th August.

If you change your permanent home address, please tell the school immediately. This will ensure that your SQC is delivered directly to your home, and avoids confusion and delays. If you are going on to university or college, your results will be sent by SQA to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

If you are returning for the new session and wish to change your subject choices, please email for an appointment at recoursing@inveralmondchs.org stating what day and time you would prefer and a confirmation email will be sent.

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Cassini Scientist Competition

Hayley Stewart in S3 entered the “Be a Cassini Scientist for the day competition” ran by the ESA (European Space Agency).

Hayley had to research an issue related with Cassini and write an essay on her findings.

Haley has received a certificate for her efforts in the Cassini Scientist for a day competition (pictured left).

We offer a huge well done to Haley for combining both her scientific research skills with her literacy skills. Haley showed real motivation carrying out this task in her own time and whilst attending STEM Club.

Xcite Livingston CPR Lesson


Xcite Livingston visited the school on Wednesday 21st of June to give life-saving lessons to the S3 pupils.

The pupils learned the basic skills of giving CPR and it was a fun activity at the same time.

Xcite are looking forward to coming back in the new term to give similar lessons to all other year groups.

Our Daily Journey

Students from the Glasgow School of Art staged a one day workshop based on students daily journeys to school, focusing on the local built environment, people, places, routes and maps.

By understanding the geography of their personal route to school the students are more able to question the world around them. We looked at the work of contemporary British artists Sam Ainsley, Louise Hopkins and Albert Irvin who have all used the idea of maps to produce an individual response to their built environment.

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Tesco Bank Art Competition

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Students from Inveralmond Community High School were in Edinburgh recently, attending a prize giving ceremony, to celebrate their success in winning first place in the group category of the Tesco Bank Art Competition for Schools.

The event at Stuart Melville College saw the youngsters see their artwork go on display to the public for the first time at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.

Dress Down Days

Inveralmond Community High School will be having dress down days on the following days this week;

Wednesday 28th June
Friday 30th June

please accept our apologies for the lateness in advertising these dates, we have been experiencing technical issues with the website since Thursday afternoon. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Graduation Ceremony 2017

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Inveralmond hosted it’s annual Graduation Ceremony on Wednesday the 7th June.

The evening gave students and staff a chance to reflect on the past six years of the students academic life. Headteacher, Mrs Young, and the senior pupil leadership team started the evening off talking about their enjoyable experiences.

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Clothing Grant/Free Meals

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Please click on the following link to view an online application form which can then be printed for use:- Application Form 2017-2018

Royal Navy Visit

The Royal Navy visited the school on Thursday 8th of June to deliver exciting lessons within the Science and Home Economics Departments.

The Science pupils took part in a lesson of jet engines and the Hospitality pupils cooked a mouthwatering meal with the Navy’s catering staff.

The visit was a great success, with all participants really enjoying the morning and our visitors remarking how well behaved and enthusiastic our pupils were.

Our visitors said they would love to come back in the near future.

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Pump It Up! Challenge 2017

The annual Pump it Up! challenge promoted by Mitsubishi Livingston and West Lothian Chamber of Commerce took place on Monday 5th June in Howden Park Centre.

The Inveralmond Team finished in a very impressive third place out of all eleven West Lothian schools.

The team of five girls – Katie Soutar, Emma Logan, Becca Purves, Ellie Baird and Erin Dallas – delivered a fantastic presentation detailing their innovative idea of a temperature-controlled bed.

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Team United

Team United has recently been awarded funding by West Lothian Council’s Let’s Get it Right for Autism fund. This means they are able to run 16 weeks of supported football sessions in partnership with Broxburn United Sports Club.

The programme is due to start at the end of August but they are holding an Open Day on 24th June which all families are invited to attend. It is particularly suitable for young people in P4 to S4 who have Asperger’s or high functioning autism.

The pathway programme has a number of components, all focussed on getting young people with ASD involved in sport, in this case football but also meeting their needs in a supportive environment.

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School Transport Application Process

Parents and Guardians should be advised that applications should now be made for free school transport in session 2017/18. Applications should only be made for pupils going into the following year groups: S1, S5 & S6. All other pupils should retain their current passes for use in 2017/18.

Applications should be made via the Council Website at:- Applications for free school transport

If pupils have lost their passes, replacement passes can also be requested using the online form. Replacement passes will be sent to their school where they should pay a £2 replacement fee.

Please ensure applications are made by 18 June 2017.

Aspire Trips 2017

please see the following details for this sessions Aspire trips;

S2 to S4 – Blair Drummond Safari Park
Wednesday 28th June 2017 , 8.35 am to 4 pm (approx)
Cost: £17. Limited spacing: 225

S5 to S6 – Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Wednesday 28th June 2017 , 6 am to 10 pm (approx)
Cost: £26. Limited spacing: 45

Forms are now available to collect from the school office and places will be secured on a first come first served basis when deposits are received. See parental letter for further details.