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Dunoon Grammar School
Ardenslate Road, PA23 8LU, UK Dunoon
Tel. 01369 705010

Welcome to Dunoon Grammar School

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Dunoon Grammar School has a very long and distinguished history spanning over 350 years of growth, of which high standards of academic and personal development have been the hallmarks. The aims of a school are continually under review, and at present we would hope that, within the resources of the school and of the community, the school will attempt.

  1. To provide an atmosphere where learning takes place, and staff and students work together harmoniously and productively.
  2. To ensure that all pupils are educated according to their age, aptitude and ability. Work will be designed to provide opportunities for pupils to fulfil their potential and enjoy success. Targets which are set therefore are realistic and while they will never be easily reached, they will never be impossible.
  3. To provide a school experience which will lead students to be good participative members of modern society, with a positive commitment to social and cultural equality.
  4. To provide an education which will lead students to be useful well adjusted members of a rapidly changing economy.

The school consists of two main teaching blocks with two gymnasia, a games hall and an assembly hall. There is, in addition, a technical block and music rooms. In the main building there is a suite of rooms, purpose built for education of pupils with special education needs. Specialised rooms within the main block include 4 computer rooms, technology lab, specialised Graphic Communication room, drama suite, library, Modern Language rooms with audio equipment. There is extensive computer provision throughout the school.




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History/Modern Studies

Home Economics


Learning & Behaviour Support


Modern Languages




The school day this session: Form or Assembly 9.00 - 9.10

Period 1 9.10 - 10.05

Period 2 10.05 - 11.00

Interval 11.00 - 11.15

Period 3 11.15 - 12.05

Period 4 12.05 - 1.00

Lunch 1.00 - 1.50

Period 5 1.50 - 2.45

Period 6 2.45 - 3.35


•  Sharing a common commitment to our aims and objectives and how we achieve them.

•  Achieving outstanding and continuously improving standards of quality.

•  Understanding, anticipating and responding to user needs.

•  Encouraging ideas and involvement in the development of the service.

•  Making decisions effectively, clearly defining areas of responsibility and encouraging the delegation of authority.

•  Ensuring that appropriately qualified and experienced people are recruited and retained.

•  Ensuring that administrative systems are responsive and based on clear procedures supported by the effective use of information technology.

•  Developing mutually supportive teams based on trust and respect.

•  Encouraging everyone to develop their abilities, realise their potential and providing appropriate training.


•  To provide a full range of courses and services.

•  To enable all learners to achieve their potential.

•  To monitor and improve achievement within the 5-14 curriculum and in recognised qualifications (SCE, Scotvec).

•  To meet the educational needs of those with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.

•  To ensure that throughout the service the equal value of others irrespective of sex, race, religion, culture, or disabilities is recognised.

•  To increase access to quality pre-5 education.

•  To encourage all learners to think of education as a lifelong process.

•  To encourage, develop and maintain partnerships between providers and users of the service and with other departments and agencies.

•  To ensure education is offered in suitable, well-maintained premises with appropriate resources.

•  To ensure that the Council's aims for economic growth and employment opportunity are supported through education.

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