Congratulations to Lewis Culloch, Jamie Deuchars, Andrew McDermott and Greg MacDonald for being runners up in the 2016 TAYplan youth Camp event
Two leaflets are being sent home with pupils on Wednesday 29th June 2016. They provide information from the Scottish Government regarding the Named Person scheme and information from Dundee Partnership in relation to Improving Children's Outcomes in Dundee.
The School Officials for this coming academic year have been announced.
Blazers are available to order from our suppliers Border Embroideries. From Monday 4th July they will also be available to try on and purchase at The Schoolwear Shop in Dundee City Centre.
Our June 2016 Newsletter is now available.
Our gallery shows progress on our building site #excitingtimes
Over 600 primary pupils attend Baldragon Academy Roadshow.
A wonderful summer concert was given by the talented pupils from Baldragon Academy and our feeder primary schools.
Baldragon Academy is open as usual on Thursday 23rd June, the date of the EU referendum election.
On Friday 20th May, Mr Hearn and Ms Lamont were able to visit the building site for a guided tour and progress report.
Pupils were issued with a letter from the Head Teacher regarding our move to a 33 period week when our new timetable begins.
What a lovely sunny day; a great opportunity to get a picture of our new building starting to take shape alongside the new Sidlaw View Primary, with a wee nod to our current building in the foreground.
Our April 2016 Newsletter is now available.
A small group of pupils and 2 members of staff got the chance to spend a couple of days at Dalguise Adventure Centre in Perthshire.
We have been asked by the electoral commission to ensure that any pupils who will be eligible to vote in this years Scottish Parliament election are given the opportunity, if they wish to do so, to register online to vote.
We have added a new area to our website, in the Parents and Carers section, where you can find information about the Growth Mindset initiative that is being championed in school and throughout our community.
Apprenticeships in Scotland have launched resources to promote apprenticeship schemes and opportunities throughout the country.
Our Senior School Modern Studies class were delighted to get an opportunity to meet with the First Minister as part of their trip to the Scottish Parliament. The group also attended First Minister Question time.