Brannock High School

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Brannock High School
Brannock High.jpg
Brannock High Main Building
Motto Concordia
Established 18 August 1982
Type Secondary School
Headteacher Robert Colquhoun
Depute Headteacher Helen Donald, Alan Baird & Janice Campbell (acting)
Location Loanhead Road...
Newarthill
Motherwell
ML1 5AU
Scotland
Students 629
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Houses     Arran,     Bute,     Lewis &      Mull
Colours                     Light Blue, Navy Blue, Gold and Black
Website Brannock High School Official Site

Brannock High School is a non-denominational, co-educational comprehensive secondary school in Newarthill, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is situated on Loanhead Road.

Headteacher and Management[edit]

The Headteacher is Mr Colquhoun. He is assisted by his Deputy Headteachers, Miss Donald (S5/6), Mr Baird (S3/4) and Mrs Campbell (S1/2) (acting).

Pupil Support Teachers[edit]

Brannock High School has four Pupil Support Teachers, one for each house.

Arran: Jennifer Brown (PE)

Bute: Desmond McAnally (English)

Lewis: Kirsty O'Brien (Technical)

Mull: Margaret McNeil (Physics)

Feeder Schools[edit]

The school catchment area takes in Carfin, Holytown, New Stevenston and Newarthill, in which the associated primary schools are Holytown Primary School, Keir Hardie Memorial Primary School, New Stevenston Primary School and Newarthill Primary School. A number of pupils from the Bellshill area also attend.

Language & Communication Support Unit[edit]

For several years there has been a Language and Communication Support Unit based within the school for children with Autism. Children from outside the catchment area attend the school in large numbers. The Acting Head Teacher of the Support Unit is Miss Jen Downs.

Faculty Heads[edit]

Maths: Mr Jonathan Black

English: Mr Bill Watson

Performing Arts: Ms Irene Downie

Technical: Mr Clive Gibb

Physical Education: Mr Desmond Bradshaw

Social Subjects: Ms Catherine Dick

Modern Languages: Ms Fran Cunningham

Science: Mr Edmund Kean

Art: Mr Ian Ramsay

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 55°48′38.58″N 3°57′33.96″W / 55.8107167°N 3.9594333°W / 55.8107167; -3.9594333