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
We are delighted and immensely proud to announce that Bishopbriggs Academy has been selected as Scottish State Secondary School of the Year 2014 - 2015 by the Sunday Times newspaper.
This prestigious award recognises the achievements of both staff and pupils, not only in academic life but in all aspects of school life including sports, community involvement, cultural activities, charity work and the personal development of our young people as they prepare for life beyond school.
The full article from the Sunday times can be read here.
East Dunbartonshire Council has issued a press release congratulating the school on its achievement as Sunday Times Top State Secondary School in Scotland 2014. The press release can be viewed here.
Head Teacher, Mr Moulsdale is pictured below with Provost Una Walker, Councillor Eric Gotts and Director of Education and Children's Services, Gordon Currie and some of our pupils celebrating our Award.
Congratulations to sixth year pupils, Natasha Lawton and Kenneth Watson who have been nominated for a #I Will Award as part of the Step up to Serve campaign for young volunteers. This campaign is backed by Prince Charles and the leaders of the three main political parties. Natasha and Kenneth are only two of fifty young people selected to go forward for the Award out of thousands of nominations from across the UK. They will attend a ceremony at the O2 Arena in London on Monday 24th November 2014. Find out more about the campaign at www.stepuptoserve.org.uk.