Last updated on:
Tuesday February 17, 2015


60 Knightswood Road
Glasgow G13 2XD

0141 582 0160

0141 582 0161

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School day
8:55am - 4:00pm (Mon only)
8:55am - 3:10pm (Tue - Fri)
Lunch 12:50pm - 1:30pm

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Glasgow City Council

Other useful links

SQA Exam timetables
and other information

Our Maths Resources

Seemis Help
Seemis website offering help with click & go

Higher Still Notes
Course and revision notes to download for some popular Higher Still courses

e-learning programme

RBS moneysense



Front Page News

New Build

Building Works/Alteration to access to school grounds

The planned building works on the school site to construct the new residence for the Dance School of Scotland will commence on 9th June and should be completed within a year. The current main gate access on Knightswood Road will be closed off to all cars and pedestrians from 9pm on Thursday 5th June after the P7 Parents’ Information Evening.    

We have been working very closely with GCC Health and Safety department and City Building to ensure safe access and exit for all members of the school community during the build.  All S1, S2 and S3 pupils were shown a presentation at their House Assemblies about the new build and the changes to their access and fire evacuation procedures.

Read the full letter to parents


Positive Destination Career Event for Parents and Pupils

Wednesday 25th February 6pm-8pm S3-S6 pupils & parents
Come along to speak to businesses, colleges and universities.
You can find out more about: Apprenticeships, Work Experiences, Graduate Schemes, Subject Choices



Supported Study (Senior phase)

Supported study classes are now available to help senior students prepare for their assessments. All seniors are encouraged to make good use of these classes which will help them reach their full potential.

Timetable for Senior Supported Studies


Dress Code and Blazers

Following consultation with our Junior Phase students all Knightswood Secondary pupils will have the opportunity to purchase and wear a school blazer from August 2014. This was a privilege enjoyed by only our Senior students last session.

Our dress code in Knightswood has gone from strength to strength in the past two sessions with almost all young people now wearing white school shirts and ties, black V-necks or cardigans, black trousers or skirts along with black shoes. It has made a huge difference to our sense of community and our public image in the local area and with future employers.

Read the full letter to parents


Credit Union

Calling all Knightswood first years!

Glasgow City Council are rolling out a savings programme to encourage more young people to save for their future. The initiative includes a free £10 deposit when a young person opens a Credit Union account. Every pupil will receive their own pass book to monitor how much they have saved. To make it easier for the pupils to do this Knightswood Secondary has paired up with Yoker Credit Union to open their very own Credit Union in the school. Pupils can open an account and deposit savings in their account every Monday during lunchtime, next to the office.  Pupils can deposit money in cash or cheque form. Pupils cannot withdraw money from their account in school, they need to go to Yoker Credit Union on a Thursday, before 9pm to do this.



Dear S4 Parent/Carer,
As part of the National Parent Forum of Scotland's commitment to support Local Authorities, schools and parents to improve parental involvement we would like to invite you to an event we are holding to hear about the experiences of you and of your child around their S4 year. We are very interested in discussing how you have found the first year of the new National Qualifications and how you feel some of the more practical changes were managed.
As an S4 parent we value your reflections of how you feel that the session 2013/14 has gone and ways that could help the progression for the next year of pupils sitting N4 and N5 qualifications.

The NPFS will in turn feedback this parental perspective, at a national level, to the CfE Management Board, members of which include Scottish Government, Education Scotland and the SQA.

Details of the event are:
Address: Glasgow City Chambers, George Square, Glasgow City G2 1DU (enter by gatehouse on Cochrane St) Date: Wednesday 4 June from 6.30 pm for a 7pm start until 8.30pm
Please RSVP to before Friday 30 May.
Iain Ellis (Chair) National Parent Forum of Scotland


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Network News

This is a Glasgow Council publication which offers suport and advice to parents/carers by giving regular and reliable information about what Education Services are doing about additional support for learning.

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Key Curriculum Support - CfE Implementation Board 
December saw the launch of ‘Key Curriculum Support’ a new online one-stop-shop for CfE allowing you to navigate easily to a bank of guidance, support and resources.  This simple tool aims to assist practitioners and parents when searching the web for CfE related materials and advice. This was created following feedback from some practitioners that information and resources were located on numerous different websites and were not always easy to find. Simply click on the button to take you to the Key Curriculum Support area of the Education Scotland website.  We would like to ask for your help in including this button on your school or local authority website.  Please copy and use this button as a resource on your school website.

Bill Maxwell (Chair of the CfE Implementation Board)   


To: All parents of S3 and S4 pupils

The National Parent Forum of Scotland (NPFS) and the Association of Directors of Education in Scotland (ADES) both recognise the importance of parents and carers having information to help them as their children progress through the new
The NPFS has been working to gather together information which parents might find useful at this important stage of their children’s education and have produced, with the support of Scottish Government, two new resources to help parents and pupils.
The first, Assessment in a Nutshell, describes the assessment process for the National Qualifications. The second is a set of Pointers for Parents and Pupils which provides tips and links to websites where there are resources for learning and
revising for the new qualifications.
Both organisations want parents to be at the heart of Curriculum for Excellence, andhope you will find these helpful. Further information will be available from your own school and we would encourage you to contact them if you have any questions.

Glasgow Parent Council - Exam information flyer
Glasgow Parent Council -National Qualification Assessment information flyer
SQA - Information booklet about the new qualifications
Glasgow Parent Council - Pointers for parents and pupils


Knightswood Newsletters

Available editions

June 2012 All pages
May 2013 All pages
Dec 2013 All pages


Absence Notes

For parents.
Save yourself having to write a note to cover for your child's absence from school. Download, print off and complete an absence form instead. A great time saving idea!
Give the completed form to your child on their first day back after an absence which should be given to the student tutor.

Annual award ceremony 2014
On Monday 23rd of June our annual award ceremony was held in the school's assembly hall.

Sir David Bell, our Principle Guest and Speaker, and a former Knightswood pupil, thoroughly enjoyed the evening and his opportunity on arrival to be in the audience for the Commonwealth and MUSE presentations by some of our young people. He was delighted to be back at his old school again and to be part of such a wonderfully inspiring event.    All of our other guests, our local Councillors, members of our Parent Council and our Chaplaincy Team, Colin Crawford our Area Education Officer, all of our Primary colleagues, and the Community Champion from Morrisons who had donated a new prize, were also full of praise for our young people and the event itself.


Fond Farewells...

Ruth Kelly - Home Economics, 1999 - 2014 PT Pastoral Care, Moved to another school to continue her role as PT Pastoral Care.

Willma Macaulay - PE Dept, 1975 - 2014. PT Pastoral Care: Retired.

Jim Marshall - Biology, 1984 - 2013 DHT: Retired

Brian Grubb - Physics, 1998 - 2012 retired

Lorna Ray - Drama, 2006 - 12 retired
Helen Clegg - Science Technician, 2001 - 2012 early retirement
Helen Taylor - School Office, 2010 - 2012 retired
Suj Munir - Maths, end of probationary year
Chis Adams - Maths, Emigrating to Canada

Ian Muchan Head Teacher (2004 - 2011): Retired

Sam Tullis Geography (1987 - 1997) DHT (1997 - 2011): Retired

Duncan Johnston Duncan Johnston : Maths (1974 - 2010) : Retired

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