Welcome to the Bishopbriggs Academy website
It is my great pleasure to welcome parents, prospective parents and all other visitors to our website. We hope that it gives you a comprehensive insight into many different aspects of life at Bishopbriggs Academy.
We have the highest standards and expectations of ourselves and each other. Our staff are extremely talented, dedicated and professional and that, allied to the various ways in which we focus on maximising academic attainment, has seen Bishopbriggs Academy establish a very strong reputation as a highly performing school.
We are absolutely committed to providing the widest range of opportunities for our young people to experience and enjoy success. Furthermore, we place great importance on celebrating that success and we do so in a wide variety of ways.
The school enjoys very positive relations with our parents, our community, local organisations and businesses and we hope that the accessibility of information on our website will help to strengthen our partnerships even more.
Mr Gordon Moulsdale, Head Teacher
Scottish State Secondary School of the Year 2014
2015 - 2016
Issue 2 (December 2016) of The Bishy Blether, our school magazine can now be viewed by clicking on the link below. Read all about Donald Trump, our Amnesty International Group and Britain after the EU vote. There are also great features on keeping fit, exam stress and book and film reviews along with a superb range of photographs and work produced by pupils in our Art and Design Department. Win House Points by completing and printing off the competitions on the back page and return the entry form to the Guidance Base.
On Friday 9th December 2016, all pupils will have the opportunity to come to school in non-uniform simply by donating £2 to the Marie Curie Charity Fund. The Captains have been set a target of £2000 for the day and are hoping to see a large number of pupils participating. Pupils will also have the opportunity to decorate their own gingerbread man at lunch for a donation of 50p. All £2 donations should be made during registration and this will be collected by prefects on Friday morning.