LET CHRIST SHINE THROUGH YOU
St. Mungo’s is a community of Faith and Learning committed to Gospel values.
• Nurture the faith of all
• Provide the highest quality of education
• Treat everyone with respect and love
We gather in your presence and ask that you bless us with the knowledge and strength to overcome any challenges that come our way.
Enlighten our minds so that Christ may shine through us in all that we do.
Support us to be faithful servants of God’s Holy Church and be filled with Christ’s love.
St Mungo pray for us.
Our Father, Who art in Heaven, hallowed be Thy name;
Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
Hail Mary, Full of Grace, The Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now, and at the hour of our death. Amen.
School Improvement Plan
School Holiday Dates
School Handbook 2019
Education Maintenance Allowance
New School Day Information
From 17th June we will change the timings of our school day in preparation for August 2019. This will be the first day of the new timetable.
THE BUSES WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE AT THEIR CURRENT TIMES IN JUNE.
|Period 1||9.00–9.50 am|
|Period 2||9.50-10.40 am|
|Period 3||10.55-11.45 am|
|Period 4||11.45-12.35 pm|
|Period 5||1.15-2.05 pm|
|Period 6||2.05- 2.55 pm|
|Period 7 (Monday only in June) *This will be the class timetabled for period 7 on a Tuesday||2.55-3.45 pm|
What will happen if my child is absent?
The school day starts at 9.00 am and all pupils will be registered in their period 1 class. There will be no form class – pupils will go straight to period 1.
If a pupil is not in period 1 class, parents/carers will be sent a GROUPCALL text. A parent/carer can then contact the school to let us know the reason why your child has been off (if that hasn’t happened already). This can be done by:
- Responding to the GROUPCALL text message
- Sending the school an email – Stmungoshighschool@falkirk.gov.uk
- Telephoning the school – 01324614614
If a child has been given a note explaining their absence this should be brought to the office and put in the ABSENCE LETTERS box.
How will pupils be registered?
A class register will be taken at the start of every period which is current practice within the school. The period 1 register will be now be used to establish pupil absences and trigger GROUPACALL. The school day starts at 9.00 am (Period 1) – if your child arrives in school after 9.00 am then they MUST sign in at the school office. This will allow the system to be changed from absent to present (Late).
What should my child do if they have an appointment during the school day and need to leave school?
Parents can alert the office via email or by phone. Once received the office will update the system so that teachers are aware that your child has permission to leave for an appointment and at what time. Your child will also be issued with an Appointment Slip.
A hand written note can be handed in to the office between 8.50 and 9.00 am or at interval in return for an appointment slip.
All pupils should report to the office to sign out for an appointment.
How will my child see her/his Pastoral Teacher?
Pupils will see a member of the Pastoral Team for one Personal and Social Education (PSE) class period each week.
Pupils will continue to have access to Pastoral Staff during the day, either through break time drop-ins or appointments during class time.
What will happen if there is a fire alarm in June?
If there is a fire alarm in June, the pupils will line up in the same way that they have throughout the year, by going to their House and then their old form class. Form Teachers will register their form class in the same way. New procedures will be in place for August and will be communicated in the new session.
How will information be distributed to pupils at key times in the year?
Pupils will have any paper copies of information distributed to them through subjects. We will continue to send all information directly to parents/carers via email, text, the school App and Website.
P7 Parent Seminar 29th May
St Mungo’s High School held P7 parents Seminar on the 29th May. To download or read a copy please follow the link below.
Pupil Equity Funding
St Mungo’s High School was awarded £78,600 by the Scottish Government from the Pupil Equity Fund. Staff, pupils and parents were consulted on how we should spend the money. The following information provides information on where the money was spent in session 2018-19 and the impact that this is had on the pupils on St Mungo’s.
Positive Parenting Program
The three Ps in ‘Triple P’ stand for ‘Positive Parenting Program’ Triple P helps you understand how your family works so you can use the things you already think, feel, say and do in new ways.
There is no hard-and-fast rule book for raising children but it’s surprising how many familiar parenting problems have very simple solutions.
From infants’ sleeping difficulties to toddler tantrums; fighting at school to a teenager’s defiance; even the struggle to set up healthy eating patterns or a regular homework routine — the issues you face aren’t peculiar to your family. In fact, they’re commonplace. That’s why Triple P can help. Triple P is one of the few parenting programs in the world that’s based on evidence from clinical research. For more than 30 years, Triple P’s easy-to understand and practical strategies have been shown to help families in all types of situations.
Parents can choose from tip sheets, books, DVDs, seminars, courses or one-on-one sessions to arm themselves with the tools that can make parenting a little less ‘trial and error’.
And because Triple P works in the majority of cases, Triple P has the seal of approval of parents, practitioners and experts internationally.
We look forward to helping you.
Phone & Email
Microsoft Showcase School
St Mungo’s High School was selected by Microsoft as a 2018-2019 Microsoft Showcase School for their excellence in demonstrated student outcomes resulting from its commitment to educational transformation, driven effectively by Head Teacher Mr Stephen Phee. St Mungo’s High School provides both inspiration and an opportunity for all community members to see and experience the future of digital transformation in education.
St Mungo’s joins an exclusive community from around the world, recognized and celebrated for their educational transformation which includes vision and innovation in teaching, learning and assessment, computational and critical thinking, creativity and collaboration and a willingness to promote a growth mindset among educators and students.
As a Showcase School, St Mungo’s will work closely with Microsoft to lead innovation in education transformation and communicate an education transformation vision, enabled by technology, through our commitment to host and mentor other schools in the local community and around the globe.
Staff Development Days
Friday 3rd May Staff Development Day
Tuesday, 20th August 2019
Monday, 21st October 2019