Welcome to Woodmill High School in Dunfermline
Emergency Closure Information
Woodmill High School - Building Problems 25 Aug 2019 at 20:37
New term starts Tuesday 7 January
From 7 January our S3, S4 & S5 pupils will return to school at the Woodmill site.
S6 will work across both St. Columba’s and Woodmill.
S1, S2 and DAS pupils will stay at their host schools until the next phases of building work are complete, but we’ll be planning in time for them to use our own specialist teaching spaces.
- School buses WM1 – WM6 will all now drop off and pick up from the Woodmill HS bus park as well as Woodmill Road next to St Columba’s. See attached timetables for full details.
- S2 pupils going to Queen Anne HS will leave St Columba’s slightly earlier at 8.50am.
Car parking at Woodmill will be very limited as building work continues. Please be considerate when parking near the school and respect our neighbours.
The S3, S4, S5 & S6 school day at Woodmill HS
- The day will start at 8.45am and finish at 3.20pm.
- All pupils must use the main entrances to the school on Shields Road.
- Lunch will be provided in a new servery in the assembly hall. The menu will be more limited than normal – soup, hot dish of the day, panini, sandwiches, yoghurt, fruit, traybake.
- Initially -we will only be able to take cash payments for lunch and pupils entitled to free school meals will be given single use vouchers
Look out for Groupcall messages from the Rector, Mr McIntosh with updates for all year groups and DAS pupils.
We are Woodmill
Whether you already know something about the school or whether you have found us by chance, I hope that you will take some time to browse the site. It is designed to give a flavour of what is a busy, successful and forward-thinking school and one which provides a high quality of education for all its pupils. We hope you will find the site interesting and informative.
Woodmill High School places great emphasis on the provision of a caring, broad-based education which encourages all of our pupils to have aspirations and which promotes an ethos of excellence, not only in the classroom, but also in the wide range of extra-curricular activities on offer.
Woodmill High School has worked hard with its community to create and develop a culture of ambition. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive school that sets high expectations and standards for our pupils.
We value our relationship with parents and welcome their support in building a learning environment which enables our pupils to become confident and responsible citizens.
A D McIntosh