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Inverness Royal Academy
Culduthel Road, IV2 6RE, UK Inverness
+44 (0)1463 222884

Welcome to Inverness Royal Academy

Inverness Royal Academy is a six year comprehensive school serving an extensive area around Inverness, Scotland. The Academy aims to provide each pupil with a wide range of challenging experiences in a safe, caring environment, so that each individual pupil can make the best of his or her talents.

"If you are a prospective parent or pupil in the UK or abroad I hope you can browse and gain some insight into our school. The Prospectus and Virtual Tour should be of particular interest. If you are currently a parent or pupil, we have tried to include relevant up to date information and advice for you. The Website is updated regularly by a group of pupils."

John Considine, Rector


There are five basic classroom rules:

  • Arrive on time with your books, pen or pencil and other equipment.
  • When the teacher gives instructions stop, listen, then follow the instructions. Do not argue.
  • Do the work set by the teacher to the best of your ability.
  • Treat staff, other pupils and their property with respect - don't distract of annoy others. If you want to speak, put your hand up.
  • Do nothing that could endanger the health and safety of yourself or others.
Some classrooms (eg. science rooms) have additional rules for reasons of safety.

Outwith the classroom you are expected to behave in a responsible and considerate manner. This includes being polite in the corridors, staying out of areas marked out of bounds and adhering to the one way system. You must not damage any school property in any way.


The general policy of the school is to encourage you to take a pride in your appearance, and to look smart when coming to school. A working group involving staff and pupils was set up in session 2002/03 to review the dress code. Pupils and parents were surveyed and as a result a change in uniform was introduced at the start of session 2003 / 04. This allows pupils a wider range of items to choose from in terms of style and colour. It is expected that you will be happy to wear the uniform that pupils have been involved in designing.

The basic school uniform is:

  • White, grey or blue shirt / blouse with Inverness Royal Academy tie. The tie is available from the school reception. Cost £3.00
  • Sweatshirt in navy with the school crest on the sleeve. Cost £10.00
  • Hooded top with school crest in navy. Cost £16.00
  • Zip top in navy. Cost £12
  • T shirt (girls' fitted) with school crest in navy / white. Cost £5.00
  • T shirt (loose fitting) with school crest in navy / white. Cost £6.00
  • Black or grey trousers or skirt.
  • (New!) Blazers for S5 and S6. Cost £35.00

Kit for P.E.
Indoor Kit

  • A change of trainers (clean, non marking soles)
  • Shorts
  • T-shirt (not the one you are wearing for the rest of the school day
  • Change of socks
Outdoor Kit
  • A change of trainers or football boots
  • Shorts
  • Tracksuit bottoms
  • T-shirt (not the one you are wearing for the rest of the school day
  • Sweatshirt
  • Change of socks

If you are representing the school in any inter-school events or public occasions you should dress appropriately, as advised by staff.


Here is the daily timetable.

8:40 - 8:55
15 minutes
Period One
8:55 - 9:50
55 minutes
Peripd Two
9:50 - 10:45
55 minutes
10:45 - 11:00
15 minutes
Period Three
11:00 - 11:55
55 minutes
Period Four
11:55 - 12:45
50 minutes
12:45 - 13:45
One hour
Period Five
13:45 - 14:40
55 minutes
Period Six
14:40 - 15:30
50 minutes


We recommend downloading our prospectus for reading offline.

To view the prospectus you will need Adobe Reader. If you do not have it on your machine, you can get it for free using the link below.

To download the prospectus you will need to Right Click on the Link below and choose "Save Target As..." or you can left click it to view on-line.



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