After completing Higher Art at Hamilton College I went on to gain a First Class Honours Degree from the Edinburgh College of Art

Fiona Pender
Class of 2001

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End of Term Inter House Quiz

At the end of the last day of this term, an Inter House Quiz was held.  Teams from Harris, Lewis and Skye...
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02 Apr, 2015

Easter Assembly

The whole school joined together this morning for our end of term Easter Assembly.  Thanks to our guest...
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02 Apr, 2015

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Aigas Trip

Week 1: Sunday 26 April - Friday 01 May 2015 Week 2: Sunday 03 May - Friday 08 May 2015
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26 Apr, 2015

Study Leave Begins

Study leave dates: Wed 29 April – Mon 1 June inclusive. NB: Higher Classicists will be granted 1 extra...
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29 Apr, 2015

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Biology

Biology - the science of life itself! The department remains one of the most popular especially for those who want to study in the areas of medicine, dentistry or veterinary medicine at University. Areas covered include ecology, agriculture, human anatomy and physiology, biotechnology (cheese, wine and yoghurt production) as well as trying to answer some of the questions related to why we are the way we are (inheritance). 

Two garden areas are maintained by pupils, within the school grounds which actively support our Gold status as a health promoting school, and our achievement of receiving the Eco-Schools Scotland green flag.

In S1 and S2 we aim to capture the natural enthusiasm of pupils at this stage.  At National 4/5  level a range of teaching approaches ensures that pupils achieve to the best of their ability and enjoy the subject.  Success at Intermediate 2 level qualifies the student to enter Higher Human Biology or college work and is regarded as being a good basis for further studies which require a knowledge of Biology.  Advanced Higher Biology is also offered.