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Thurso High School

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Photograph of Thurso High School

Telephone
01847 893822

Fax
01847 895509

Postal Address
Thurso High School
Ormlie Road
Thurso
Caithness
KW14 7DS



Opening Hours

Sunday :
Closed
Monday :
09:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday :
09:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday :
09:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday :
09:00am - 4:00pm
Friday :
09:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday :
Closed


News for Thurso High School

Education improvement in Highland exceeds national trendsThumbnail for article : Education improvement in Highland exceeds national trends
The improving trend of attainment is continuing in Highland as demonstrated by the SQA results published today.   Attainment in Highland schools has risen against all key indicators and improvement is also around 2% above national levels of improvement.  
Planning for re-opening schools safely
Advice on physical distancing and school transport published.   Scientific advice for the safe re-opening of schools and resumption of school transport has been published today (Thursday 16 July).  
Wellbeing of pupils to be prioritised
Guidance for education authorities and teachers published for next academic year.   New guidance will help teachers and councils prepare for the ‘blended model' of both classroom and home learning when schools re-open in August.  
Thurso High School to reopen on Monday 6 January
Thurso High School, which was damaged on Christmas Eve during a storm, is to reopen to all pupils and staff on Monday 6 January On 24 December a large section of the roof of the 802 pupil school was blown off during high winds.   The school was closed for the Christmas holidays at the time and no one was injured but some damage was reported to private cars in the neighbouring area.  
Thurso High School Roof Damage In High Winds
A large section of Thurso High School roof has been blown off with the high winds.   Police and Highland Council staff are in attendance and Ormlie Road has been closed.  
14/11/2013
New head teacher for Thurso High School Thumbnail for article : New head teacher for Thurso High School
The Highland Council has appointed Mr Ken Murphy, to the post of Head Teacher of the 804-pupil Thurso High School.   Mr Murphy, who has been the Acting Head Teacher since August of this year, succeeds Dr Fiona Grant, who has reverted to a teaching post at the school.  
6/11/2013
School Rolls In Caithness Show 5 Year DeclineThumbnail for article : School Rolls In Caithness Show 5 Year Decline
For the school rolls for all of Highland for the past five years see - Five Year School Rolls In Highland Primary School Capacity and Occupancy rates are published at Primary School Capacity and Occupancy.  
Young Caithness People Get Job Ready Experience From DSRLThumbnail for article : Young Caithness People Get Job Ready Experience From DSRL
A week long summer school was held in late July for students of Thurso, Wick and Farr High School students in 4th, 5th & 6th years to prepare them for the world of work.   The course, organised by DSRL (Dounreay Site restoratiopn Ltd) on behalf of the NDA (Nuclear Decommissioning Agency), was supported by North Highland College and Skills Development Scotland.  
New Acting Head Teacher Appointed at Thurso High School
The new acting head teacher of Thurso High School will be Mr Ken Murphy, who is currently Depute Head Teacher at the school.   He has been appointed as Acting Head Teacher, pending re-advertisement of post, and the appointment of a permanent Head Teacher.  
Thurso High School's new Acting Head Teacher
Thurso High School will have a new acting head teacher when pupils return from their October holidays.   John McGilp, Head Teacher at Kinlochleven High School, is moving to Thurso High School as Acting Head Teacher until the end of the school session in June, next year.  

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