It is often said that a good education will set you up for life. The reason that it keeps being said is because it is true. Exams are an important part of assessing your child’s learning and knowledge throughout their education and it is vital that they are as successful as they can be when undertaking them.
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It is often said that a good education will set you up for life. The reason that it keeps being said is because it is true. Exams are an important part of assessing your child’s learning and knowled
International Baccalaureate results day
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Tomorrow – Friday June 21 is a non-uniform day. Children should come appropriately dressed with no football colours or inappropriate slogans. This venture will help boost our School Fund which is
Details on Free School Meal entitlement and clothing and the application process can be found here: Application Form can be downloaded here
This video is of our lovely S6 pupils who graduated from Cardinal Newman High School, Bellshill, UK in June 2018
The photobooth was queued out the door with our young people enjoying the experience, cramming as many turns as they could out of the 2 hours available.
This year’s prom was held in The Doubletree by Hilton in Bellshill. It was a fabulous evening of food, dancing and fun with friends.
Application forms for Free School Meals during session 2018/2019 are now available. Forms and help is available from the school office, Mrs Mutlow or your local One Stop Shop. Remember you must apply
These photographs were taken of our “Outstanding Learners of The Year” at the 1 +2 Modern Languages award ceremony in the Excelsior Stadium in Airdrie. Well done to all involved.
Yesterday the Social Subjects Department took a group of students on a trip on an open bus tour of Glasgow. Geography, History, the changing face of Glasgow and many more topics were discussed. Th
52 “Cardy Crusaders” ran The Race for Life 5K yesterday and raised over £1000. Pupils should hand their sponsor money in to Mrs Maxton as soon as possible, and, parents and staff it’s not too
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