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Latest News From Bearsden Academy

  • World Book Day

    To promote reading and literacy, staff and pupils took part in World Book Day. Staff decorated their classroom doors on the theme of literary classics. Click on the headline to see if you can guess the books and the characters.

  • Road Safety

    Pupils have been advised to take care when crossing the road at the junction of Stockiemuir Road and St Andrew's Way at the Bupa Care Home. This junction has become very busy due to recent increases in traffic. Pupils have been asked not to attempt to cross diagonally as the 'green man' does not allow enough time for this.

  • PTA Latest News

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  • New BAnner

    Catch up on the latest news around the school. Click here to read the new edition. 

  • Sunshine on Leith

  • Supporting On-line Safety Information

    Thank you for all parents and carers who attended our  well-being support evening in September. The event  covered such issues as cyber-bullying, protecting young people on the internet and coping with adolescence. This was delivered by our child protection partners and Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) trained staff. Please click on the link to access support materials.

  • Thinking Steps

    The Thinking Steps resource has been designed to help pupils when they feel 'stuck' and to ask a good question.The Thinking Steps resource can be located on pages 23 and 24 of our pupils' homework diary planners. Click on the headline for further information.

  • Duke of Edinburgh Award

    Duke of Edinburgh Award

  • EDC Vocational Programme

    East Dunbartonshire Vocational Training Programme will now be available to pupils in S5 and S6; previously only pupils in S3 and S4 could apply. Click on the headline for details.

  • Meningitis Support

    The Meningitis Research Foundation wishes to highlight the importance of symptom recognition for young people who are possibly moving away from home to study. Click on the headline for more information.

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