Welcome

How to make contact with us:

In these challenging times we want to keep in contact with our children and their families and we continue to pick up email from our main email address:

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If you need to contact our Guidance Team you can call them on the  numbers below between 8.30am and 3.30 pm Monday to Friday

07796 012654 Mrs Kermath Albyn House
07796 294952 Mrs Strudwick Carden House
07796 294938 Mr Price-Davies Holburn House
07384 562142 Ms Freeland Victoria House
07796 295375 Mrs Alexander Waverley House

In addition if you have a Child Protection or Safeguarding concern, you can call

  • Mrs Rennie on 07739 511616 between 8.30am and 3.30pm Monday to Friday
  • Joint Child Protection on 01224 306877 during office hours
  • 08007 315520 out of hours Social work
  • Police on 101

Useful links for more information on Coronavirus:

https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/infections-and-poisoning/coronavirus-covid-19

https://www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/35832.html

https://www.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/

 

 

Our vision is to be:

  • ambitious, excellent and the best we can be
We aim to respect the rights of young people and encourage them to:

  • participate, improve and enjoy success
In our relationships and our actions we will show:

  • Respect for People:  we consider the health, safety and well being of ourselves and others
  • Respect for Learning: we are on time, on task, trying our best and achieving success
  • Respect for Community: we have a positive impact in school, locally and in the wider world

* (These statements were updated by pupils, staff and parents in 2018 and will be reviewed by them every 3 years)

On 16th March 2018 Harlaw Academy became the first secondary school in the UK to be assessed at and achieve the Rights Respecting School Gold Award from UNICEF UK.

Pupils or parents can find out more about UN Convention on the Rights of the Child here:

UNCRC guide for children.

Copies of the UNCRC is also available in a variety of languages through either of these links:

UNCRC articles in different languages , UNCRC articles in 58 different languages