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Welcome to Bell Baxter High School’s website.  We intend to use the site to enhance the communication we have with pupils, parents and the wider school community.  The school community should make this site their first reference point for information about the school.

Should you require further information about any of the items on the school’s site then you should contact the school directly on (01334) 659459.  
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Recent Website Updates

19th April 2014

School Bus Survey, 2014

19th April 2015

National 5 & Higher Maths Resources Update

19th April 2014

Commonwealth Games - Queen’s Baton Relay

29th January 2014

School Handbook



















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28th April 2014 - Study Leave Begins

28th April 2014 - School Colours Ceremony

29th April 2014 - Official SQA Exam Diet Begins

5th May 2014 - May Day Holiday










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School Bus Survey, 2014


The Council are interested to get the views of parents and carers about the bus services provided to schools across the local authority.  The school would encourage parents and carers to complete the online survey via the School Bus Survey, 2014 link.


The closing date for returns is Friday 9th May, 2014


School Week, Session 2014-15


We propose to make some further changes to the school week for next session as we prepare to fully deliver the new curriculum.


While we will now maintain the same start and finish times each day - i.e. 8:40am and 3:25am - all periods will be forty minutes with some double periods used to deliver certain courses.  Pupils will be given an interval of twenty minutes and lunchtime of fifty minutes at the same time each day.


We believe that by making these changes we will be better able to deliver the different demands of courses at each stage of the curriculum.


Philip Black (Rector)