Pupil Support

The school as a whole has a responsibility to promote the social, personal and intellectual development of all pupils. Within this requirement there is the necessity to organise a systematic approach to cater for the needs of the individual pupil.

Mrs L Kennedy, Depute Headteacher, has overall responsibility for Pupil Support in the school. 

Pupil Support Team

Douglas House 

Mr P Downie, Depute Head Teacher

Mrs V Wilson, Principal Teacher - Pupil Support

Mr C MacPherson, Principal Teacher - Pupil Support

Eccles House

Mrs L Kennedy, Depute Head Teacher

Mrs H Gray, Principal Teacher - Pupil Support

Mrs W McQuillan, Principal Teacher - Pupil Support

Randolph House 

Mr K McAdam, Depute Head Teacher 

Mr D Downie, Principal Teacher - Pupil Support  

Stewart House  

Mr A Hamilton, Depute Head Teacher  

Miss S Robb, Principal Teacher - Pupil Support 

Snowdon House

Mrs L Kennedy, Depute Head Teacher

Miss L Nelson, Principal Teacher, Pupils Support


Mrs A Devoy, Principal Teacher - Equity

Mr P Docherty, Inclusion Support Worker

Mr J Ferguson, Inclusion Support Worker

Additional Support Needs

Mrs F McCabe, Principal Teacher - Additional Support Needs

Mrs K Edwards, Teacher - Additional Support Needs

Mr R Gould, Teacher - Additional Support Needs

Mr C McIllwaine, Teacher - Additional Support Needs

Mr M McPherson, Teacher - Additional Support Needs

Miss W McQuillan, Teacher - Additional Support Needs

Mr G Armstrong, Teacher - Additional Support Needs

Mrs E Harrington, Teacher - Additional Support Needs

Form Tutors

When young people first start at Stirling High School, they are placed in a Form Class in the charge of a Form Tutor. This teacher is responsible for supervising pupil attendance, absence, distributing letters and notifying pupils daily of events happening in the school as well as having responsibility for delivering the PSE Programme.

2023/24 Form Tutors.

Young People soon develop a close relationship with their Form Tutor because they see their Form Tutor on a daily basis and because they remain with the same Form Tutor as they progress from one year to the next. This relationship may be such that young people will confide to their Form Tutor any problems that are worrying them or difficulties they are experiencing. The Form Tutor will always do their best to resolve these difficulties but should they persist, the pupils will be advised to consult their Pupil Support Teacher. Mrs McCabe, Principal Teacher Additional Support Needs, works with all the house groups and is responsible for the deployment of staff to support any pupils with Additional Needs. The Principal Teacher Pupil Support works closely with the Form Tutors on a daily basis.

Each pupil will have at least one timetabled interview per year with their Form Tutor. Most pupils will be interviewed more regularly than this for a variety of reasons. Members of the team will be pleased to discuss with parents any matters of concern.

All Pupil Support staff play an active role in the Primary-Secondary Transition arrangements in order to know the pupils for whom they will have responsibilities in August. 

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