Mark Scott Leadership Award

On the 24th of April, seven of our S6 pupils attended the Mark Scott Leadership for Life Award Ceremony.

The Ceremony took place at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow and featured a variety of guest speakers including Paralympic Gold Medalist Libby Clegg.

With the Mark Scott Leadership for Life Award complete, these students will now be able to take forward their skills and experiences into their future lives and help encourage people to do it in the future. The pupils also had the privilege of meeting Mark Scott’s father.

Scottish Council Elections


Please click on the link below for the guide to the Scottish council elections which take place across Scotland on Thursday 4th May.

The guide tells you everything you need to know in order to vote.

Scottish Council Elections

Archery World Champion

S2 Inveralmond student, James Tocher, competed at the IFAA World Indoor Archery Championship in Romania from 30th March to April 2nd along with over 300 other competitors.

James is the new Junior World Champion after winning the 13 to 17 years category. This means that James is the current Scottish, European and World Champion!

As well as winning the Gold Medal, James also set 2 new World Records, one of which was to score 291 out of 300. This is a score which not only won the Junior category but would have been good enough to beat all the adult males.

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Senior Pupil Leadership

Students returning for S6 next year can now apply for leadership positions within the Senior Pupil Leadership team 2017/18.

Application forms are attached below;

Head Girl & Head Boy Applications 2017-2018

House Captain Applications 2017-2018

Prefect Applications 2017-2018

All applications should be completed and mailed to no later than Friday 26th May.

Primary 6 Transition Team

A team of our senior pupils were given the challenge of developing and enhancing primary pupils’ experience of transition to High School by creating transition opportunities targeted at Primary 6 pupils. While the pupils involved have demonstrated skills and attributes across all four capacities, they have shown themselves to be particularly effective contributors.

The team have communicated effectively in a range of settings. For example, they have taken a collegiate approach to planning, both within the team and with school staff. They have also created and delivered a highly engaging presentation to all of our cluster primary schools, helping to motivate young people for transition and to encourage personalisation and choice in their experience of High School.

Swimming Pool Closure


Inveralmond Community High School regrets to announce that the swimming pool closure time has been extended.

Following an inspection this morning, the swimming pool will now be closed from Monday 3rd April to Monday 17th April.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.


Health & Well-being Survey

At Inveralmond Community High School we are always striving to improve the support we offer our young people.

We would appreciate if you could help us by completing the survey below.

Health & Well-being survey

Thank-you in advance for your support.


Inveralmond would like to offer congratulations to the STEM club who recently took part in the BP flight challenge.

All teams did a great job and really enjoyed the project. The pupils competed in a challenge to build a paper plane to find the best wing design.

The pupils had to work well in teams, plan their experiment and record their findings. The competition is nationwide and Inveralmond did very well and were recognised by BP for their excellent effort in the challenge.

Gymnastics Success

Inveralmond would like to congratulate Scott Lindsay, Niamh Macauley, Chantelle Davidson and Morgan Henderson who came fourth in the Scottish Schools Gymnastics Championships at the weekend.

The team put in an excellent performance on the day and only missed out on third place by 0.2 of a point.

A special shout out must go to Scott Lindsay who won the overall individual silver medal.

A great effort from team Inveralmond!

ICHS Concert Band

The ICHS Concert Band represented the school at the Perth Concert Hall on Saturday 18th March in the Scottish Concert Band Festival Finals.

The band, which is made up of pupils from P6 to S6 and conducted by Ms McMillan, played extremely well and were awarded a Silver Plus award.

The adjudicators gave very positive feedback and commented on how well presented the band were and how happy they looked as well as commenting on the performance and how much they enjoyed the programme played.

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Karate Success

Inveralmond would like to congratulate fourth year student, Chloe Ferguson, for winning a Karate Gold Medal at the weekend.

Chloe trains with Almondvale Karate, and represented them on Sunday 12th March at the 11th Chojinkai Children’s Championship in Penrith.

After three gruelling fights, Chloe was victorious in her category of age fourteen to seventeen cadets.

Anyone interested in giving Karate a go can view the team’s page on Facebook:- Almondvale Karate


Easter Concert

Inveralmond Community High School’s Music department is delighted to announce that their Easter Concert will take place on Wednesday 29th March in the Assembly Hall at 7pm.

Featured performers will include the Concert Band, Percussion Ensemble, the Choir, Brass & Woodwind Ensembles, several Solo performance items, the new ICHS Soul Band (not to be missed) and many more.

Tickets are now available for £5 or £3 concession.

We are looking forward to seeing everybody there.