The art teachers really took time to get to know me and my strengths and weaknesses as an art student, they gave me lots of encouragement and pushed me to get the best out of me. Without them I would never have gone to Art School.

Fiona Pender
Class of 2002

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PE

Welcome to the PE Department.

Onsite sports facilities include two gymnasia, a games hall, a large indoor heated swimming pool and rugby, football and hockey pitches. Facilities in local sports clubs are also used.

The PE department teach all classes from J1 - S6 within the department. All pupils have two or three periods of core PE per week as part of their timetable.  Pupils in S3/4 can also study the subject at National 4/5 level, progressing to Higher in either S5 or S6.

The wide range of extra-curricular sporting activities in Junior School and Senior School at lunchtime, after school and at weekends provides a valued additional dimension to school life and pupils can participate in a wide range of activities including leisure activities such as skiing and golf. Competitions and fixtures take place with other schools in hockey, football, rugby, cricket, netball, badminton, athletics and cross-country running. Our teams regularly gain honours in regional and national events.

From an early stage the College has been a keen supporter of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and hopes to develop closer involvement in the intervening years.

Pupils and parents can check all sporting fixture times and cancellations by visitng Moodle .  Click on PE, then Extra Curricular Activities, then click the Login as Guest button.