As a school community we very much appreciate and rely on the help and support which we enjoy from our parents and carers. At Bellshill Academy we are committed to developing further this strong and genuine partnership to ensure that we are able to continue to provide the best possible educational experience for all of our young people.
Bellshill Academy Vision, Values and Aims
At Bellshill Academy we strive to challenge our young people to embrace their learning and invest in their future. We will continue to develop our educational provision to support and empower their development as:
- Confident individuals
- Effective contributors
- Successful learners
- Responsible citizens
At Bellshill Academy we are committed to:
- Creating an ethos of achievement within our learning community and so raise standards of educational attainment in all areas of the curriculum.
- Encouraging pupils to develop self-esteem, self-discipline and to show respect, understanding and care for others, their community and their environment.
- Providing a safe, stimulating and nurturing environment in which effective and active learning and teaching can take place.
- Promoting partnership between the home, the school and the wider community to ensure that our partners feel valued and included in all aspects of school life.
As Head Teacher, I very much look forward to working in partnership with you to support your child's learning and development. In the meantime if I can be of any further assistance to you in any way whatsoever, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me.
School House Name Survey
Please click your Year Group link to complete the new School House Name Survey.
S1 House Name Survey
S2 House Name Survey
S3 House Name Survey
S4 House Name Survey
S5 House Name Survey
S6 and Staff House Name Survey
The Debating club at Bellshill Academy is a fantastic way to develop new skills and meet new people.
Click on the following link to download more information.
Children's Rights Survey
A summary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child UNCRC_summary.pdf