Standards and Quality

The Schools Standards and Quality report can be read here


School Prospectus

The School Prospectus can be downloaded and read here.


School Charter

Our School Charter identifies the rights that are important to the pupils, staff and school and sets out the behaviour needed to protect those rights.

School Charter


School Improvement Plan

The School Improvement Plan can be read here.


Vision Statement

The Vision and Values of the school are important to us.

Vision and Values


Communication Policy

Coming soon.


Homework Policy

The school's home learning policy ca be read here.


Uniform

At West Calder High School we recognise that school uniform helps to develop a strong sense of identity and a recognised pride in the school and school values.  Alongside high attainment, achievement and good behaviour, the wearing of school uniform is a major influence on how the community and others perceive a school and the calibre of its young people.

All pupils from S1 through to S6 are expected to wear school uniform.

uniform 2014The West Calder High School uniform was agreed after consultation with parents and pupils and consists of:

  • S1-4 Plain black trousers or skirt (which should be knee length), white shirt and black tie with broad red stripes, a black v-necked jumper or cardigan and plain black shoes.
  • S5 West Calder High School blazer, plain black trousers or skirt (which should be knee length), white shirt and black tie with thin red stripe, a black v-necked jumper or cardigan and plain black shoes.
  • S6 West Calder High School blazer, plain black trousers or skirt (which should be knee length), white shirt and red tie with the school logo, a black v-necked jumper or cardigan and plain black shoes.

What is not considered West Calder High School uniform?

  • Clothing which could potentially encourage disputes. For example: football colours such as tops, scarves, hats etc
  • Clothing which could cause offence to others. For example: shirts or tops with political slogans, anti-religious slogans, disrespect for others slogans, etc
  • Clothing which could cause health and safety (in the work place) problems. For example: some items of jewellery (including nose, eyebrows, lips or tongue piercings), baggy clothing, clothing made from flammable material etc
  • Clothing which carries advertising. For example: tobacco, drugs etc
  • Clothing which highlights inequality. For example: expensive designer logos (which not all can afford), etc
  • Clothing which is leisure orientated. For example: low cut and/or cropped T-shirts, leggings, jeggings short skirts, shorts, jeans, denim jackets, baseball caps, hooded tops etc.



FM Catering Price List April 2016

Price List for Adult and Pupil catering services. Price List

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