Broughton High School News & Events

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Vaping Addiction Campaign


The Scottish Government have launched a ‘Vaping AddictionVaping Addiction’ campaign aimed at parents and carers of 10-17 year olds. The aim is to help increase awareness of the harms and risks of addiction of vaping for children and young people.

In addition a resourceresource has been created for parents, to help find out more about the risks of vaping, how you can talk to your child about it and how to support them if they have taken it up.



Christmas Concert


The Christmas Concert takes place on Thursday 14 December at 7pm.  Tickets, priced £5, are available now from the School Office.



Prelim Timetable


This session's Prelims run from Monday 15 January until Friday 2 February 2024, and the timetable is available now.


Youth Vaping Survey


The UK Government are currently consulting on the additional steps which they can take to create a smokefree generation by tackling youth vaping Creating a smokefree generation and tackling youth vaping: your views - GOV.UK (

This consultation seeks feedback on the proposed measures, to inform future legislation. On youth vaping, there are a number of options proposed, to ensure the UK Government and devolved administrations take the most appropriate and impactful steps, building on existing evidence.

The consultation closes on 6 December 2023 and you can respond via the online surveyonline survey.



Languages Baccalaureate Survey


An S6 student is working towards her Scottish Languages Baccalaureate. In her interdisciplinary project she is investigating attitudes towards architectural styles with a focus on Spanish architecture. She would love it if people could take her survey - whether you are an architect, a student of archaeology or a member of the public with no expertise, she would love to hear from you. 

Please help her by taking her survey. Thank you. 

English language survey:

En español:


Baccalaureate Survey


An S6 pupil is doing her Social Sciences Baccalaureate interdisciplinary project on attitudes toward music in the 60s and now.   She would be grateful if you could take her surveysurvey. It will take a few minutes to complete. Thank you.


LGBT Charter Bronze Status Award


We are deliLGBT.jpgghted to let you know that Broughton High School has now officially achieved the ‘LGBT Charter Bronze Status’.  A massive thank you to Mr McLaren, Mr Frew and our LGBT student community for all the work they did to help our school get to this stage. This certificate indicates our school’s ongoing commitment to making our lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community feel safe, supported and included.  Next stop Silver Status!

Find out more about the LGBT Schools Charter:



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Upcoming Events

12 Dec 2023
S4 Parents' Evening
14 Dec 2023 7:00pm -
Christmas Concert
22 Dec 2023
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25 Dec 2023
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