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Williamwood High School
Seres Road, G76 7NJ, UK Clarkston
+44 (0)141-577 2500

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Williamwood High School

The new Williamwood High school opened in August 2006 in private partnership with HBG Group. The school has a capacity for 1750 students and is situated on Eaglesham Road between Clarkston and Waterfoot in the south side of Glasgow, Scotland.


Williamwood is a caring community in which the staff, the parents and the pupils are

mindful of their responsibilities towards one another.

We work in partnership with our parents and contact them regularly about the progress

of their children.

We accept that all children have different needs and aim to give every pupil an

education in keeping with his or her age, ability and aptitude.

We support our pupils by:· taking into account what they have learned at earlier stages;

· having clear, attainable, but challenging targets for them to achieve;

· giving them useful feedback on their progress

· training them in effective study techniques;

· ensuring that they behave responsibly

· giving them help and support they need especially if they are encountering personal

problems or difficulties which may affect their learning;

· making their accommodation safe, secure and suited to their learning;

· encouraging them to take care of their school environmentThrough their learning our pupils will become increasingly able to:

· Use their talents to the full;

· Work co-operatively with other people;

· Gain access to both knowledge and skills and use them in coherent, logical and

creative ways;

· Appreciate and participate in the creative arts;

· Acquire and develop physical skills, both practical and recreational;

· Develop an understanding of religious and social issues;

· Appreciate the implications of new technologies;

· Become aware of the opportunities and responsibilities of being active citizens;


In achieving our aims we prepare our pupils to take responsibility for their own

learning, so that they will leave us well equipped with skills that will enable them to on

learning for the rest of their lives.



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Given that there is substantial and public approval for the wearing of school uniform, schools in East Renfrewshire are free to encourage the wearing of school uniform. In encouraging the wearing of uniform account must be taken in any proposals to prevent any direct or indirect discrimination on the grounds of race or gender. Any proposals will be the subject of widespread consultation with parents and pupils. Against this background it should be noted that it is the policy of the education committee not to insist on pupils wearing uniform or having specialist items of clothing as a prerequisite to their attending and engaging in all activities of the curriculum.

There are forms of dress which are unacceptable in school, such as items of clothing which:

  • potentially encourage faction (such as football colours);
  • could cause offence (such as anti-religious symbolism and political slogans);
  • could cause health and safety difficulties, such as loose fitting clothing, dangling earrings;
  • shell suits of flammable material in practical classes;
  • could cause damage to flooring;
  • carry advertising, particularly for alcohol or tobacco; and
  • could be used to inflict damage on other pupils or be used by others to do so.

The appearance of students in any school can be a significant sign to others of the kind of ethos or atmosphere that prevails in the school. While appearances can be deceptive, they can also indicate an attitude of mind. The appearance of smart and tidily-dressed pupils tends to suggest that they are well-motivated, well- disciplined and keen to show that they belong to the school community. On a practical point, in any school, it is a particular advantage to be able to identify intruders quickly if they are seen to be at odds with the school’s dress code.

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