Our Curriculum

MONTROSE ACADEMY

Browse our range of departments below to find the right course choices for your studies.

Art

Principal Teacher – Mr P Allan
Mr N Galligan   |  Mrs  R Morton

BGE

In S1, S2 and S3 pupils will have the opportunity to experience a wide variety of creative practical art and design activities using a range of media e.g. painting, drawing, ceramics, printmaking, batik, collage, photography, model making, felt making etc . Pupils will also learn how to research and analyse the work of professional artists that relate to the practical art activities being undertaken.

Senior Phase

Students who opt to study Art & Design as a National Qualification Course Award will cover a range of topics and themes, including:

  • Expressive activity; still-life painitng and drawing
  • Design activity; 2D & 3D textile design and/or graphic design
  • Art & Design Studies; Social & Cultural context and analysis of artworks and designs
  • Evaluation; critical reflection on own practical work
  • SQA Art & Design Studies written exam

Senior students also have the opportunity to study Higher Photography in S5 & S6. The course comprises of:

  • Learning technical and aesthetic skills to produce professional photographs
  • Personal photographic project; a plan of action, research on photography and professional photographers, a substantial body of personalised thematic photographic work, post production editing and a final evaluation.
  • Final photographic prints
  • SQA exam

Homework

Homework is set to support class activities and to develop and consolidate art and design skills. Work will be issued by class teachers verbally or as worksheets or linked to Microsoft Teams.

Extra-Curricular

The department run a very popular weekly after school pottery club. Pupils will have the opportunity to make a wide range of ceramic items. Activities are designed for beginners to advanced potters.

The department has an open door policy for providing supported study to all senior pupils. This is available at lunch-time or after school by appointment with class teachers.

How parents can support learning (Please copy any links to websites relevant to your subject)

BGE Levels 3 and 4

BBC Bitesize |  Axis art & artists  |  Scran  |  Tate Gallery

National 4, 5 and Higher

SQA  |  BBC Bitesize  |  Axis art & artists  |  Achieve Scran

Advanced Higher

ACES  |  SQA  |  Achieve  |  Scran

Higher Photography

SQA  |  Chris Bray


 

Drama

Mrs S Ferguson

BGE

Pupils will have the opportunity to develop ideas from a range of stimuli. They will learn skills that will enable them to contribute to the Drama Process, create and sustain a range of characters and give and accept constructive comments. They will also have the opportunity to be part of an audience for other people’s presentations / performances.

Senior Phase

Students who opt to study Drama as a National Qualification Course Award or the related Freestanding SCQF Units will cover a range of topics and themes, including:

  • Drama Skills – using stimuli to develop acting skills and understand how to structure drama
  • Production Skills – using text to explore and develop aspects of design and production
  • Performance – applying acting or design skills to communicate a text in performance
  • Theoretical Analysis – written analysis of dramatic features and performance techniques

 

Pupils who have complete Higher drama may opt to retun in S6 and undertake either

NPA Technical Theatre in Practice or NPA Professional Theatre Preparation

Technical Theatre looks at the design processes, where pupils anaylse the techincal aspects of scripts and performances, producing and realising their own designs. The course culminates with the application of lighting techniques for a live performance.

Professional Theatre Preparation focuses on employment opportunities within the performing arts sector and the practical methods and techniques used to effectived create and develop a character. Candidates must undertake both solo and interactive performances in front a live audience.

Homework

Homework is set to support class activities and to develop and consolidate knowledge and understanding of drama terminology and theory. Pupils are given paper copies of the materials, however all work is also available and issued on Microsoft Teams.

Extra-Curricular

Dance is offered to all pupils at an extra-curricular level. Pupils attending dance club are generally expected to participate in the Angus Schools Dance Competition each spring.

In addition, senior pupils are able to select to undertake a dance enrichment class, where they will work towards achieving a freestanding NPA unit in a specific dance style.



Music

Miss  L McMaster

BGE

S1-2 Pupils will have the opportunity to experience the enjoyment of music through performing, creating and listening. They will develop their instrumental skills on two instruments. Pupils will be able to use their skills and imagination to develop their own musical ideas and compositions. They will explore sounds and music concepts through participating and responding to a range of musical activities.

S3 – Music is an elective subject, incorporating elements of both Music and Music Technology. The course has been devised to allow for progression to N5 level should pupils wish to continue.

Senior Phase

Students who opt to study Music as a National Qualification Course Award or the related Freestanding SCQF Units will cover a range of topics and themes, all levels consist of three main skills/areas of knowledge and understanding:

  • Performing Skills: on two instruments OR one instrument and voice, assessed by an SQA visiting examiner.
  • Composing Skills: folio consisting of a composing assignment and review. This folio is externally assessed by the SQA.
  • Understanding music: listening and literacy – written exam.We offer S4-6 students the opportunity to study Music Technology. The course is built on developing the following skills and knowledge:
  • Practical skills: understanding and use of music technology hardware and software. These skills feed into the Creative Skills assessed projects.
  • Creative skills: planning, implementing and reviewing projects. 2 projects are externally assessed by the SQA.
  • Understanding music: listening and analysis of music from the 20th and 21st centuries, including how this relates to the development and use of hardware and software – written exam.

 

Homework

Where possible, students should be practising instrumental/vocal skills at home. Any written homework set aims to enhance or consolidate learning within the classroom.

Extended-curricular

Lessons are offered by the Angus Music Service for the following:

  • violin, viola, cello (double bass)
  • trumpet/cornet, trombone, tenor and baritone horn, euphonium
  • flute, clarinet, saxophone, possibly oboe and bassoon in the future
  • drum kit
  • acoustic/classical guitar
  • piano

Lessons and instrument hire (where available) are currently free. Apply here

Angus Music Service instructors provide the following opportunities for group music-making:

  • String Orchestra
  • Brass Band
  • Guitar Group

These rehearsals are open to any pupils receiving lessons on an appropriate instrument.

Cluster concerts involving Academy and Montrose primary school pupils are held on a termly basis – ensemble participation is expected at those.

Other instruments are taught in-house through music lessons.

The Music Department will be offering other groups which may include:

  • Vocal Group (S1/2)
  • Drumming Group (primarily S1/2)
  • Music Tech club (S3 and above)

 

How parents can support learning

All Levels

BBC Bitesize  |  Ataea


Websites/apps including:

Bandlab  |  Flat.io  |  Muse Score

N3 – AH

My Music Online  |  Scholar (N5 only) 


Please do encourage practice at home and support participation at events.

English

Principal Teacher – Mrs L Webster
Miss L Quinn | Miss N Ross | Miss J Meikleham | Mr A McPake | Ms K Wheat

BGE: S1-3

Throughout S1-3, all pupils will experience levels 2-4 Benchmarks in English and Literacy which in turn look at improving pupil skills in Reading, Writing, Listening and Talk. The English department offer a wide selection of texts such as prose, poetry, film, Scots Language and presentation skills.

Classes in S1 and 2 have a designated library periods; we encourage a reading culture for our pupils and are working towards a Reading Schools Award. Throughout the BGE phase, all pupils will have a period RUAE or Reading for Understanding, Analysis and Evaluation. This skill set is required for the senior phase, Nationals 3-Higher in particular.

During S3 we start preparation for the National 4 and National 5 courses that pupils will follow in S4.

Senior Phase

The English department offer a wide range of courses for pupils in S4-6. The majority of S4 classes will have the opportunity to study National 5 and we run both a one and two year Higher for S5 and 6 pupils. Learners can also attain the NQ Core Skills: Communications levels 4-6 whilst in the senior phase as well studying a range of National units such as the level 5 ‘Introduction to Literature’. S6 pupils have an opportunity to study Advanced Higher English.

Homework

Regular homework plays a vital role in the development and consolidation of English and Literacy. Homework is set on Microsoft Teams, printed worksheets, preparatory reading or finishing off classwork.

Extra-Curricular

The department offers study support sessions to senior pupils either during lunch-time, or after school.

Additional creative writing opportunities are available to pupils through range of writing competitions.

How parents can support learning

National 1-3  |  National 4  |  National 5  |  Higher

Health (Home Economics and Physical Education)

Principal Teacher – Mrs A Innes
Miss K Baxter | Miss E Ross
 

The subject areas of Home Economics and Physical Education play an important role in the learning and teaching of health and wellbeing through the experiences and outcomes for food and health, and physical education, physical activity and sport. Each subject area also provides valuable opportunities for learners to develop skills in literacy and numeracy.

Learning through health and wellbeing promotes confidence, independent thinking and positive attitudes for the young people at Montrose Academy.

Home Economics

S1

In S1 our pupils gain confidence and dexterity in the use of a variety of types of equipment and ingredients whilst safely preparing food items. Pupils will learn about The Eatwell Guide, and the role of the senses in the enjoyment of food, and factors affecting a healthy diet.

They then move on to complete various design challenges such as Design a Muffin Challenge, and Design and Make a Bread Based Snack. This facilitates pupils to work cooperatively to develop their technological capabilities.

As part of the of the S1 course pupils will develop textile skills which will allow them to design and make a cushion that can be given as a gift.

S2

In S2 our pupils will develop an understanding about food safety principles when buying, storing, preparing, cooking, and consuming food. Pupils will investigate the Scottish Dietary Goals for Scotland, and the dietary needs of individuals. They also have opportunities for personalisation and choice through creating a Healthy Savoury Snack that uses Scottish Seasonal produce. This item is made and evaluated in class.

S3 Elective courses

In S3 we start to prepare for the National 4 and National 5 courses that they will follow in S4. We currently offer N4 Health and Food Technology and N4 Practical Cookery

Senior Phase

In S4, pupils may follow the National 5 Health and Food Technology Course, or the more practical based N5 Practical Cookery Course.

The National 4 Courses are offered to pupils better suited to trying for National 5 in S5 or S6.

In S5 & S6, pupils can choose to continue their Health and Food Technology course studies at National 5 and Higher. S6 pupils have an opportunity to study Advanced Higher Health and Food Technology

Homework

Regular homework plays a vital role in the development and consolidation of Health and Food Technology. Homework is set on Microsoft Teams, printed worksheets, preparatory reading or finishing off classwork.

Extra-Curricular

We offer a Ready Steady Cook club to S1/S2 pupils after school

The department may offer study support sessions to senior pupils either during lunch-time, or after school.

How parents can support learning (Please copy any links to websites relevant to your subject)

BGE Levels 3 and 4

Food a fact of life  |  Love food hate waste Scotland

Scottish Dietary Goals  |  Food crime  |  NHS Choices

National 4, 5 and Higher, Advanced Higher

Health and food technology  |  Practical cookery

British Nutrition Foundation  |  Food Standards Scotland 


 

Physical Education

Ms C Stubbs | Miss C Gordon | Mr L Hely | Mr M McLaughlin

S1 / S2 / S3

The BGE course is designed to challenge the pupils in physical competencies, cognitive skills, personal fitness and gain personal qualities and to give the opportunity for pupils to apply themselves by responding positively.

Our main aim is to improve the pupil’s expertise within a variety of practical skills, and to encourage pupils to be responsible for their own personal health and well-being. We create experiences for pupils to gain confidence, and a positive feeling about respecting themselves and all others. Many of the experiences will come through practice and play. Working in pairs, small groups and teams will encourage more social interaction and hopefully generate improvement in problem-solving tasks and communication skills

Activities that make up the Physical Education Curriculum are:

Rugby, Basketball, Badminton, Gymnastics, Scottish Country Dance, Cross Country, Swimming, Handball, Netball, Athletics, Dance, Fitness, Volleyball, Football, Softball, Table Tennis,

Each pupil will cover at least ten different activities per session. This will create a broad variety of skills and stimulate thinking.

Within the significant aspects of learning, each pupil will experience

Physical skills, through body balance, controlling actions, rhythm, timing, co-ordination, kinaesthetic awareness and gross and fine motor skills.

Cognitive skills such as decision making, concentration and focus, problem solving and being creative and self- discipline will be to the fore.

Personal fitness areas of stamina, speed, core stability, strength and flexibility.

Personal Qualities   where pupils will gain confidence, self-esteem, motivation, determination, resilience, responsibility, leadership, respect, tolerance and communication.

S3 Elective Course

In S3 we start to prepare for the National 4 and National 5 courses that they will follow in S4. We currently offer N4 Physical Education .

Senior Phase

In S4 pupils may choose to study N4 or N5 Physical Education

In S5 & S6, pupils can choose to continue their Physical Education course studies at Higher. S6 pupils have an opportunity to study Advanced Higher Physical Education

Pupils will engage in a range of physical activities and also gain knowledge and understanding of four key factors that bring about success in performing in skills and games.

The course will consist of two units;

In the Performance unit, the pupils will enhance their practical ability, decision making skills, social skills, improve self-confidence and team-work.

The Factors Impacting on Performance unit integrates with the practical work forming the theory behind the performance. (Physical, Mental, Emotional and Social Factors.)

Activities

*  staff/pupils will negotiate activities. The following activities can be considered;

Badminton, Basketball, Netball, Volleyball, Football, Fitness, Hockey, Dance, Swimming,

S5 & S6 Sports Leaders – Level 5/6

We offer a variety of courses that develop pupils’ leadership skills through the medium of sport and dance.   Pupils who opt into these courses will gain a recognised national governing body coaching award.

Homework

The regular setting of homework is an essential component of the Physical Education Department’s programme of work.

Regular homework plays a vital role in the development and consolidation of Physical Education N5, Higher, Advanced Higher coursework.

Homework is set on Microsoft Teams, printed worksheets, preparatory reading or finishing off classwork.

Extra-Curricular

Montrose Academy PE department offer a range of extra-curricular lunchtime and after school activities.

How parents can support learning 

Past papers for Physical Education at Higher
Advanced Higher Physical Education 
N5 Bitesize  

Library

Librarian
Mrs T Graham
Library Assistant
Mrs L Anderson

 

The School Library is a bright and welcoming space available for use by all members of the Montrose Academy community. We have a wide variety of curricular resources to support learning and teaching, combined with plenty of space for pupils to carry out independent research and study. Whether it is for using the Library computer suite, borrowing a book, or researching for school assignments, the Library is accessible throughout the school day during class time, before school and at break and lunchtimes.

Mrs Graham and Mrs Anderson are here to provide everything from guidance about accessing information, to book suggestions for reading for pleasure. We have a large stock of constantly updated fiction titles, and have many book celebrations throughout the year. The Library hosts a number of clubs and activities including craft clubs, ‘Books and Banter’ and Tech Free Tuesdays. Whether you want a quiet space for reading at lunchtime, or help to research for an essay, the Library is here for everyone and we look forward to welcoming you!

The school library is open:
Monday to Thursday 8:30am to 4:00pm (closing for 20 minutes at 1:20pm for lunch)

On Fridays we close at 1:20pm.

Maths

Principal Teacher – Mr B Campbell
Mr T Fox | Mr D Duthie | Mrs L MacKenzie | Miss J Yorkshades | Mrs A  Laing

BGE

In S1 and S2, pupils will be covering experiences and outcomes in across a number of mathematical and numerical skills, including number, money and measure, shape, position and movement and data and analysis.

S1 and S2 classes have will use a number of resources and learning and teaching methods to support all learners in understanding these topics as comprehensively as they can and to use these in unfamiliar contexts. This is also to help prepare for the senior phase which starts in S4.

Senior Phase

In S4, pupils follow the National Maths or National Applications of Maths courses. The National 3 and 4 Maths and Numeracy courses are offered to pupils better suited to trying for National 5 in S5 or S6.

In S5 & S6, pupils can choose to continue their Maths studies at National 5, National 5 Applications of Maths and Higher. S6 pupils have an opportunity to study Advanced Higher Mathematics.

Homework

Regular homework plays a vital role in the development and consolidation of Maths and Numeracy. Hard copy homeworks are used as well as tasks set on Microsoft teams, www.mymaths.co.uk and other resources to best suit the learning of individuals. Homeworks are often created after discussion with learners to cover their key targeted areas of development.

Extra-Curricular

The department offers study support sessions to all pupils either during lunch-time, or after school. These times and dates are available on the school supported study timetable.

Additional creative writing opportunities are available to pupils through a lunch-time writing club and encourage pupils to enter a range of writing competitions.

How parents can support learning

BGE Levels 3 and 4

Bitesize | My Maths


National 4, 5 and Higher and National 5 Applications of Mathematics

Bitesize 1 | Bitesize 2 | Bitesize 3 | National 5   (all levels)

My Maths | Advanced Higher

Modern Languages

Principal Teacher – Mrs E Caira
Mrs C O’Neil (Acting)
Mrs M McEwan | Mr J Dewar

BGE French

In S1 and S2, pupils cover experiences and outcomes in Reading, Writing, Listening and Talking. We study a range of topics such as: language learning skills, introductions, Francophone countries, school, sports and hobbies, healthy lifestyles, food and drink, holidays, and importance of languages in the world of work. Pupils enjoy a French film study each year and will also delve into the world of francophone music to improve linguistic skills whilst exploring history and culture.

In S3 pupils will undertake the SQA Modern Languages for Life and Work award. This qualification is offered at level 3 and 4, depending on ability. Pupils are shown how languages are used in the world of work, with real life examples, and why they are one of the key skills sought after by employers across all career sectors. Pupils will explore attributes required for jobs and investigate job adverts. They will develop essential life skills such as writing a CV and engaging in mock job interviews and will continue to develop their reading, writing, listening and talking skills to prepare them for National 4 or 5 in S4. Pupils will sit a number of assessments and on passing all elements will receive a certificate from SQA to add to their overall school qualifications. Pupils then engage in a French film study, broadening their understanding of WW2 France. They will also have the opportunity to sample authentic French cuisine at our S3 French Breakfast tasting event.

Elective Spanish (S3 ONLY)

Pupils will explore the basics of the Spanish language which will prepare them for National 4 or 5 in S4. They will learn about Spanish speaking countries and cultures. Pupils will enjoy a Spanish film study as well as listening to Spanish music to further improve listening and talking skills. Reading and writing skills will also progress as pupils study topics such as family and friends, hobbies, holidays and food and drink. Pupils will have the opportunity to taste authentic Spanish cuisine with our tapas event. 

Senior Phase

In S4, pupils will undertake National 4 or 5 in their chosen Modern Language. They can then progress on to Higher in S5. All courses revolve around the contexts of Learning, Society, Culture and Employability. In S5/6 a large number of pupils decide to become dual-linguists, taking on another language at National 5/Higher. For those who excel at Higher, there are also opportunities to study Advanced Higher via virtual learning in S6.

Extra-Curricular

Study support sessions are available to senior pupils either during lunch-time, or after school.

We regularly offer school trips both in Scotland and abroad to improve linguistic and cultural skills and to deepen understanding of the relevance of languages in the world of work. We have established an ongoing business link with a French restaurant in Scotland and have recently submitted an entry for the Scottish Languages Employability Award.

We have links with French schools and pupils are given opportunities to converse with pupils in France to improve their French in a real-life context.

Senior pupils are offered the leadership opportunity of becoming Language Ambassadors, assisting in the department with BGE classes, displays, resources and transition events for Primary 7 pupils. They are awarded Language Ambassador badges to wear on their school tie/blazer.

Homework

Throughout BGE, class teachers will issue homework periodically and we strongly encourage pupils to consolidate their understanding of vocabulary and grammar by reading over their red jotters and/or accessing Linguascope online at home each week.

In senior phase, pupils will be expected to engage in a lot more independent study to meet the standards required by the SQA in reading, writing, listening and talking.

Supporting your child with Modern Languages independent learning at home:

BGE Levels 3 and 4:

Reading/Writing skills 

  • Linguascope (beginner level). Pupils have been issued login details.
  • Duolingo app (download via App Store/Google Play for free).
  • Reading over/memorising red jotter vocab & grammar notes.

Listening/Talking skills –

  • French radio stations online (e.g “NRJ”) can be accessed via google or downloaded from App Store/Google Play for free.
  • French programmes/films via Netflix/Amazon Prime.
  • Assisting child memorising vocabulary ahead of talking assessments.

National 4, 5 and Higher

  • Bright Red Digital Zone – pupils create login for free at www.brightredbooks.net and select National 5/Higher. Provides extra study for all aspects of the courses.
  • Scholar online (pupils have been issued login details by the school).
  • SQA past papers via SQA website.
  • Linguascope (intermediate level). Pupils have been issued login details.
  • Duolingo app (download via App Store/Google Play for free).
  • BBC Bitesize Modern Languages.
  • French radio stations online (e.g “NRJ”) can be accessed via google or downloaded from App Store/Google Play for free.
  • French programmes/films via Netflix/Amazon Prime.
  • Assisting child memorising vocabulary off by heart ahead of talking assessments.
  • Assisting child memorising verb cards off by heart.

Pupil Care & Support

Subject Taught – Personal & Social Education

Mrs C Waggott | Mrs L Johnston | Miss D Meek | Mrs F Fyfe | Mrs N Stewart (acting)

BGE

In S1 and S2, pupils will be taught Personal and Social Education (PSE) covering experiences and outcomes in Physical, Mental, Emotional and Social Wellbeing, Planning for Choices & Changes, Substance Misuse and Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood.

We cover a range of topics such as: sleep, alcohol, smoking, vaping, drugs, relationships, parenting, mental health, internet safety, My World of Work, course choice & finance.

S1 classes have two periods per week. S2 classes have one period per week. These are arranged into House groups and are taught by PTs Pupil Care & Support.

In S2 we start work towards an Employability qualification which is normally obtained by the end of S4.

Lessons are sometimes delivered by partners such as our Careers advisor.

Senior Phase

In S4, S5 & S6 pupils are taught Personal and Social Education (PSE) one period per week by PTs Pupil Care & Support. We cover a range of topics similar to above at a more challenging and age/stage appropriate level. In addition we cover applications for college / university / apprenticeships and link with the Skills Development Scotland Careers Advisor and Dundee & Angus College.

We work towards the SQA Employability Award at SCQF Level 4.

Lessons are sometimes delivered by partners such as our Careers advisor.

Homework

Some homework is set on Microsoft Teams.

Extra-Curricular

The department offers safe spaces for pupils to go at break and lunchtime.

Our department also delivers the Mental Health Award Level 5 and the Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) as Enrichments in S5/6.

 

How parents can support learning (Please copy any links to websites relevant to your subject)

BGE Levels 3, 4 & Seniors
My World of Work

Seniors
RSHP

Science

Principal Teacher – Dr S MacFarlane

BGE S1 and S2

In S1 and S2 pupils develop their knowledge in science in an integrated course covering the biology, chemistry and physics benchmarks. There are a broad range of topics for pupils to study and cover the following key areas:

  • Planet Earth
  • Forces, electricity and waves
  • Biological systems
  • Materials
  • Topical Science

There is a focus on practical activities, and this allow learners to develop their investigating skills. The aim is for pupils to enjoy science, understand the relevance and importance of it in society and develop the key meta skills for the world of work.  

In S1 and S2 pupils are working towards level 3.

BGE S3

Discrete sciences: In S3 pupils choose 2 discrete sciences (from biology, chemistry and physics) and are working towards level 4.

Applied sciences: Pupils are also able to continue to consolidate their learning of all three sciences and work towards a National 3 level qualification.
 

Senior Phase (S4, 5 and 6)

In senior phase pupils can continue their studies in a discrete science at levels 4, 5, 6 (higher) or 7 (advanced higher). The National 4 course has unit-based assessments and no final exam.  All the other courses are assessed with a final exam and practical assignment.


 

Biology

Miss J O’Sullivan | Mr H Keddie | Mrs A Binnie | Mr R Thompson

All courses aim to develop scientific understanding of topical biological issues, with an emphasis on practical and investigation-based activities. 

National 4: Cell biology, Multicellular Organisms, and Life on Earth.

National 4

National 5: Cell biology, Multicellular Organisms, and Life on Earth.  

National 5

Higher (level 6): DNA and the genome, Metabolism and survival, Sustainability, and interdependence. 

Higher

Advanced Higher (level 7): Cells and Proteins, Organisms and Evolution, Investigative Biology. 

Advanced Higher


 

Chemistry

Miss L Dargie | Mrs S Clarke | Mr D Stewart

Candidates develop an appreciation of the impact of chemistry on their everyday lives by applying their knowledge and understanding of chemical concepts in practical situations.

National 4 : Chemical changes and structure, Nature’s chemistry, and Chemistry in society. 

National 4

National 5: Chemical changes and structure, Nature’s chemistry, and Chemistry in society.

National 5

Higher (level 6): Chemical changes and structure, Nature’s chemistry, and Chemistry in society. 

Higher

Advanced Higher (level 7): Inorganic chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Instrumental Analysis.

Advanced Higher


 

Physics

Mr I Arbuckle | Mr C McLaughlin

Through learning in physics, candidates develop their interest in and an understanding of the world around them through an investigative and experimental approach.

National 4: Electricity and Energy, Waves and Radiation, and Dynamics and Space.

National 4

National 5: Electricity and Energy, Waves and Radiation, and Dynamics and Space.

National 5

Higher (level 6): Our Dynamic Universe, Particles and Waves, and Electricity.

Higher 

Advanced Higher (level 7): Rotational Motion and Astronomy, Quanta and Waves, Electromagnetism, and Units, prefixes and uncertainties

Advanced Higher


 

Applied Science

(National Progression Award) Level 5

NPA in Applied Science develops knowledge and understanding of biology, chemistry and physics. It will also develop science practical skills.

Students who opt to study applied sciences will study four units inlcuding: Cell Biology, Chemical Changes and Structure, Waves and Radiation and either Forensic Science or Laboratory Science.

Assessment will be a combination of practical and knowledge assessments under closed- and open-book assessment conditions.


 

Practical Electronics

Electronics makes use of areas of technology, science, and mathematics. It applies these to real-world challenges. The courses proved a broad and practical introduction to the field of electronics and encourages pupils to become responsible and creative in their uses of technology.

National 4: Circuit Design, Circuit Simulation, Circuit Construction, Added Value Unit: Developing an Electronic Solution. This course has skills-based assessments and no final exam. 

National 4

National 5: Circuit Design, Circuit Simulation, Circuit Construction. There is a practical project bringing together all these topics and a final exam. 

National 5

Supporting Learning

Support materials and regular homework are accessed via Microsoft Teams.  Homework plays a vital role in the consolidation and application of science skills and knowledge. After school study support for senior phase is also available at teacher’s discretion.

Young Stem Leader Award

This is available as an enrichment activity in S6. It gives young people the chance to inspire, lead and mentor their peers through the creation and delivery of STEM activities, events and interactions within their schools, communities or youth groups and also achieve a SQA certificate at level 5.

Extra-Curricular

In science we have established links to local industries such as GSK and Baker Hughes (via the Girls Get Set programme). We also have trips to science events such as STEM Expo.

Social Subjects & RMPS

Principal Teacher – Mrs P Manley
Geography
Miss A Oliver | Miss J McNamee
History
Mr S Donald | Mr J Bratt
Modern Studies
Miss J Garrow
Philosophy & RMPS
Mrs S Fraser | Mrs N Taylor

 

Modern Studies

BGE

In S1 and S2, pupils will cover experiences and outcomes in Geography, History, Modern Studies and RMPS. In Modern Studies we cover: Needs and Wants, Fake News, Conflict and Scottish Democracy.

In S3 we start to prepare for National 4 and National 5 Modern Studies. S3 pupils will cover Crime and Law, and some aspects of Democracy and a World Issue (Development in Africa).

Senior Phase

In S4, pupils will continue to prepare for National 4 and National 5 qualifications. Pupils will cover Democracy in the UK and Development in Africa. They will recap and revise Crime and Law and learn enquiry skills to answer sources questions. Pupils will also complete an assignment (N5) or an added value unit (N4) on a topic of their choosing.

In Higher Modern Studies, pupils will cover Democracy in Scotland and the UK, Social Inequalities and Development in Africa. They will prepare for the exam with essay practice and continue to build on their enquiry skills to answer source questions. Pupils will also complete an assignment on a topic of their choosing.

In S6, pupils who have passed Higher Modern Studies can choose to study Advanced Higher Modern Studies. This is a course which is designed to prepare young people for further study. It focuses entirely on Law and Order, and there is a research methods section. Pupils complete a project-dissertation on a topic of their choice.

Homework

Homework is important in developing knowledge and skills in young people, particularly those preparing for exams. Homework is set on Microsoft Teams. Pupils who are studying Modern Studies should also be watching the news or keeping up with news through social media like Twitter.

Extra-curricular

The department offers study support sessions to senior pupils either during lunchtime or after school. Pupils should speak to their teacher if they wish to attend.

How parents can support learning

BBC News

BGE
Bitesize 4th Level | Bitesize 5th Level

National 4, 5 and Higher
National 4 | National 5 

In S1 and S2, pupils will be covering experiences and outcomes in History, Geography, Modern Studies and RMPS. We cover a range of topics such as: Volcanoes, Terrorism, Egyptians and Christianity

 S2 classes also take part in the Youth Philanthropy Initiative when they campaign to win £3000 for a charity while also homing in on their skills such as working together and building confidence.
In S3 we start to prepare for the National 4 and National 5 courses that they will follow in S4.

Senior Phase

In S4, pupils follow the National courses in History, Geography, Modern Studies and RMPS.  They can also add in Travel & Tourism or Philosophy.

In S5 & S6, pupils can choose to continue their Social Subjects & RMPS at National 5 and Higher. S6 pupils have an opportunity to study Advanced Higher in any of the social subjects.

Homework

Regular homework plays a vital role in the development and consolidation of Social Subjects & RMPS. Homework is set on Microsoft Teams, printed worksheets, preparatory reading or finishing off classwork.

Extra-Curricular

The department offers study support sessions to senior pupils either during lunch-time, or after school.

Additional opportunities are available to pupils through a lunch-time clubs and we encourage pupils to enter a range of competitions.

How parents can support learning

BGE Levels 3 and 4:

Bitesize Level 3 | Bitesize Level 4

National 4, 5 and Higher

Bitesize Nat 4 |
Bitesize Nat 5

For advanced higher see your teacher.

Technologies – Business

Principal Teacher – Mr G Austin
             Mr I McEwan

 

BGE

The BGE Business Management and Administration courses aims to develop enterprise and employability skills in learners and allows them to gain a better understanding of the personal qualities and attributes required of people involved in business.

During the course learners will develop their ICT skills and gain an understanding of the importance of satisfying customers’ needs in business and how this can be done best by managing activities such as finance, marketing, people and operations (production).

Senior Phase

In S4/5/6, pupils can study Business Management and/or Administration at National4/5 and Higher. These courses will develop enterprise and employability skills in learners and allows them to gain a better understanding of the personal qualities and attributes required of people involved in business. They will also develop a range of essential skills which will stand learners in good stead regardless of the career path they ultimately choose.

Homework

Regular homework in the form of written exercises, worksheets and completion of unfinished classwork will be given.

Extra-Curricular

The department offers study support sessions to senior pupils either during lunch-time, or after school.

How parents can support learning

BGE Level 3

Level 3

National 4, 5 and Higher

National 4 | National 5

Higher Business management

Higher Business Management – Course overview and resources

                                                    

Technologies – Computing Science

            

    

BGE S1+2

In our Computing Science course, we cover a range of topics including Computing Systems, Cyber Security, Webpage Design, Software Design and Development, E-sports, and Game Design and Development. Throughout the course, we emphasize the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills, providing students with opportunities to engage in hands-on activities and interactive projects.

BGE S3

Our S3 program is structured into two distinctive courses:

1. E-sports, where we explore the dynamic landscape of the E-sports industry, Gaming Hardware and Software, Game Performance, and Event Management.

2. Computing Science course encompasses Computing Systems, Games Design and Development, Software Design and Development, as well as Website Design and Development.

Senior Phase

In our senior phase, we provide the following courses:

1. Computer Science: Expanding on concepts covered in the Broad General Education (BGE). Progressing towards qualifications ranging from National 4 to Advanced Higher in Computing Science.

2. Games Design and Development: Building upon the foundation laid in courses from S2 to S3. Working towards achieving a National Progression Award (NPA) at levels 4 to 6.

3. Website Design and Development: Extending the knowledge gained in courses from S2 to S3. Working towards attaining a National Progression Award (NPA) at level 5.

Extra-Curricular

The department offers study support sessions to senior pupils either during lunch-time, or after school.

How parents can support learning

Utilize online resources that align with the curriculum. There are interactive tools, tutorials, and practice exercises that can reinforce classroom learning. Below you will find a list of our most important websites. 

teach-ict – BGE revisional help site | W3schools – Programming help site | Achieve – study support site | Online – ClickView videos

Qualification Information

National 4 Computing Science | National 5 Computing Science | Higher Computing Science

National Progression Award – Games Design

National Progression Award – Web Design

                                                   

Technologies – Technical

Mr G Austin | Mrs F Williams | Mr G Colley

BGE

In S1 and S2, the technical course offers the opportunity for pupils to think and act creatively. It provides lessons which balances design and craft skills in an interesting and demanding way which provides the pupils with some of the skills required to work in the construction industry.

Pupils will have the opportunity to explore the impact of design and technology in everyday life. Folio work will develop research, drawing, sketching and rendering skills. They will also learn about various materials and methods of manufacture when manufacturing their final design proposals.

In S3 we start to prepare for the National 4 and 5 courses that they will follow in S4.

Senior Phase

In S4, pupils can choose to study Graphic Communication and Practical Woodwork. While studying the GC courses pupils will be introduced to the fundamentals of Graphic Communication, through manual and computer-generated drawings. In PWW, pupils will develop practical woodworking skills such as measuring, marking out, cutting and assembly of products.

Homework

Pupils will complete homework based on current classroom work and theory.

Extra-Curricular

The department offers study support sessions to senior pupils either during lunch-time, or after school.

How parents can support learning

BGE Levels 3 3rd level 
3rd level Technologies – Scotland – BBC Bitesize

National 4/5
National 4 Technologies – Scotland – BBC Bitesize
National 5 Technologies – Scotland – BBC Bitesize
GraphicCommunicationCourseSpecN5.pdf (sqa.org.uk)
PracticalWoodworkingCourseSpecN5.pdf (sqa.org.uk)

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Additional Support Needs

At Montrose Academy we have a dedicated team of teachers and support staff (Pupil and School Support Assistants) who work alongside class teachers in supporting learning and teaching activities.

An additional Support Need arises when there is any barrier to learning. Any pupil, at any time, may need extra help with their education for a variety of reasons. 

Our aim at Montrose Academy is to build trusting relationships with our families, other agencies and our community and to foster a culture where young people and their families feel safe, valued and are able to participate in learning which they find meaningful, relevant and enjoyable. We strive towards a truly inclusive education and at times this means that pupil’s needs are best met within a zone setting.

Presently we have 5 zones set up around the school which cater for children with varying needs. These classes are smaller in number. They have their own room and have a ‘lead teacher’ who predominately stays with the class. We liaise with our cluster primaries, parents and other agencies to determine when a child would be better placed in a ‘zone’ setting as opposed to a mainstream class. We are inclusive, and actively seek to give pupils and parents a voice and a say in what their education package looks like, therefore the zones are fluid.

We also: –

Assist individuals and groups of children within mainstream classes to ensure their needs are being supported and met through the identification and assessment of barriers to learning.

Support colleagues through the delivering of training.

Observe classes (pupils) and work with colleagues to develop effective learning and teaching approaches and to share expertise.

Work in partnership with specialist services, parents, external agencies.

Liaise with primary schools to ensure a smooth transition to secondary offering ‘enhanced transition‘ visits and other groups (Step – Up Programme) for pupils who may find this more challenging.

Create IEP’s and profiles for pupils.

Attend meetings with other agencies regularly.

Run a breakfast club.

Liaise with teachers to gather evidence for pupils who may need alternative assessment arrangements and we provide readers/scribes for these and SQA exams.

Run some nurture groups across school.

Ensure that when our learners leave Montrose Academy they have a clear pathway. We work closely with Enable, Angus College and Community Work Experience to offer our pupils the chance to experience the World of Work.

Look at courses and alternative qualifications that are meaningful for our pupils (SALTIRE Awards/John Muir Awards/High Five Awards).

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Expressive & Performing Arts

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BGE Art

Learn more about BGE Art at Montrose Academy with Mr N Galligan, Mrs L Wilson and Mrs R Morton.

In S1, S2 and S3 pupils will have the opportunity to experience a wide variety of creative practical art and design activities using a range of media e.g. painting, drawing, ceramics, printmaking, batik, collage, photography, model making, felt making etc . Pupils will also learn how to research and analyse the work of professional artists that relate to the practical art activities being undertaken. 

Senior Phase

Learn more about Senior Art at Montrose Academy with Mr N Galligan, Mrs L Wilson and Mrs R Morton.

Students who opt to study Art & Design as a National Qualification Course Award will cover a range of topics and themes, including: expressive activity, design activity, art and design studies, and evaluation. SQA Art and Design Studies includes a written exam. Senior students also have the opportunity to study Higher Photography in S5 & S6. The course comprises of: learning technical and aesthetic photography skills, personal photographic project, final photographic prints and an SQA Exam.

Higher Photography

Learn Higher Photography at Montrose Academy.

Senior students have the opportunity to study Higher Photography in S5 & S6. The course comprises of: learning technical and aesthetic photography skills, personal photographic project, final photographic prints and an SQA Exam.

Extra Curricular

The department has an open door policy for providing supported study to all senior pupils. This is available at lunch-time or after school by appointment with class teachers.

The department also run a very popular weekly after school pottery club. Pupils will have the opportunity to make a wide range of ceramic items. Activities are designed for beginners to advanced potters. 

Homework

Homework guides for Montrose Academy Art at all levels.

Homework is set to support class activities and to develop and consolidate art and design skills. Work will be issued by class teachers verbally or as worksheets or linked to Microsoft Teams.

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BGE Music

S1-2 Pupils will have the opportunity to experience the enjoyment of music through performing, creating and listening.

They will develop their instrumental skills on two instruments. Pupils will be able to use their skills and imagination to develop their own musical ideas and compositions. They will explore sounds and music concepts through participating and responding to a range of musical activities.
S3 – Music is an elective subject, incorporating elements of both Music and Music Technology. The course has been devised to allow for progression to N5 level should pupils wish to continue.

Senior Phase

Learn more about Senior Music at Montrose Academy with Miss L McMaster and Mrs L Dallas.

Students who opt to study Music as a National Qualification Course Award or the related Freestanding SCQF Units will cover a range of topics and themes, all levels consist of three main skills/areas of knowledge and understanding including: performing skills, composing skills, and understanding music.

We offer S4-6 students the opportunity to study Music Technology. The course is built on developing the following skills and knowledge including practical skills, creative skill and understanding music.

Extra Curricular

The music department has a range of extra-curricular activities for students.

Lessons are offered by the Angus Music Service for the following:

Violin, viola, cello (double bass);
Trumpet/cornet, trombone, tenor and baritone horn, euphonium;
Flute, clarinet, saxophone, possibly oboe and bassoon in the future;
Drum kit;
Acoustic/classical guitar; and
Piano.

Lessons and instrument hire (where available) are currently free. Apply here.

Angus Music Service instructors provide the following opportunities for group music-making: string orchestra, brass band, and guitar group. These rehearsals are open to any pupils receiving lessons on an appropriate instrument.

Cluster concerts involving Academy and Montrose primary school pupils are held on a termly basis – ensemble participation is expected at those. Other instruments are taught in-house through music lessons.

The Music Department will be offering other groups which may include: vocal group (S1/2), drumming group (primarily S1/2), and music tech club (S3 and above).

Homework

Homework guides for Montrose Academy Music at all levels.

Where possible, students should be practising instrumental/vocal skills at home. Any written homework set aims to enhance or consolidate learning within the classroom.

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BGE Drama

Learn more about BGE Drama at Montrose Academy with Mrs S Ferguson.

Pupils will have the opportunity to develop ideas from a range of stimuli. They will learn skills that will enable them to contribute to the Drama Process, create and sustain a range of characters and give and accept constructive comments. They will also have the opportunity to be part of an audience for other people’s presentations / performances.

Senior Phase

Learn more about Senior Drama at Montrose Academy with Mrs S Ferguson.

Students who opt to study Drama as a National Qualification Course Award or the related Freestanding SCQF Units will cover a range of topics and themes, including: drama skills, production skills, performance skills, and theoretical analysis.

Pupils who have complete Higher drama may opt to return in S6 and undertake either: NPA Technical Theatre in Practice or NPA Professional Theatre Preparation.

Technical Theatre looks at the design processes, where pupils anaylse the techincal aspects of scripts and performances, producing and realising their own designs. The course culminates with the application of lighting techniques for a live performance.

Professional Theatre Preparation focuses on employment opportunities within the performing arts sector and the practical methods and techniques used to effectived create and develop a character. Candidates must undertake both solo and interactive performances in front a live audience.

Extra Curricular

Dance is offered to all pupils at an extra-curricular level.

Pupils attending dance club are generally expected to participate in the Angus Schools Dance Competition each spring.

In addition, senior pupils are able to select to undertake a dance enrichment class, where they will work towards achieving a freestanding NPA unit in a specific dance style.

Homework

Homework guides for Montrose Academy Drama at all levels.

Homework is set to support class activities and to develop and consolidate knowledge and understanding of drama terminology and theory. Pupils are given paper copies of the materials, however all work is also available and issued on Microsoft Teams.

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English

"BE NOT AFRAID OF GREATNESS"

- William Shakespear

Mrs L Webster and her team welcome you to Montrose Academy English.

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Maths

IT'S ALL ABOUT THE NUMBERS

Mr B Campbell and his team welcome you to Montrose Academy Maths.

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BGE

Mr T Fox | Mr D Duthie | Mrs L MacKenzie | Miss J Yorkshades

SENIOR PHASE

Mr T Fox | Mr D Duthie | Mrs L MacKenzie | Miss J Yorkshades

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Raising Attainment

SEMPUR SERUM

- Always Aim High

Miss C Kelt and her team welcome you to Montrose Academy Raising Attainment.

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STUDY TIP 1

A short introduction to your study tip - approx 50 words. You want all of your introductions to be roughly the same amount of letters where possible.

STUDY TIP 2

A short introduction to your study tip - approx 50 words. You want all of your introductions to be roughly the same amount of letters where possible.

STUDY TIP 3

A short introduction to your study tip - approx 50 words. You want all of your introductions to be roughly the same amount of letters where possible.

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Science

IF YOU WANT TO HELP THE WORLD, START WITH SCIENCE.

Dr S MacFarlane and their team welcome you to Montrose Academy Science.

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Social Subjects

HISTORY, RMPS & GEOGRAPHY

Mrs P Manley and her team welcome you to Montrose Academy Social Subjects.  

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Technologies

BUILDING THE FUTURE WITH TECH.

Mr G Austin and his team welcome you to Montrose Academy Technologies.

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BGE Technical

In S1 and S2, the technical course offers the opportunity for pupils to think and act creatively.

It provides lessons which balances design and craft skills in an interesting and demanding way which provides the pupils with some of the skills required to work in the construction industry.

Pupils will have the opportunity to explore the impact of design and technology in everyday life. Folio work will develop research, drawing, sketching and rendering skills. They will also learn about various materials and methods of manufacture when manufacturing their final design proposals.

In S3 we start to prepare for the National 4 and 5 courses that they will follow in S4.

Senior Phase

In S4, pupils can choose to study Graphic Communication and Practical Woodwork.

While studying the GC courses pupils will be introduced to the fundamentals of Graphic Communication, through manual and computer-generated drawings.  In PWW, pupils will develop practical woodworking skills such as measuring, marking out, cutting and assembly of products.

Extra Curricular

The department offers study support sessions to senior pupils either during lunch-time, or after school.

Homework

Homework guides for Montrose Academy Art at all levels.

Pupils will complete homework based on current classroom work and theory.

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BGE Computer Science

Learn more about BGE Computer Science at Montrose Academy.

Computing Science is used to create console games and apps, and mobile technology has made it possible to carry out banking transactions, check the news and watch videos online without needing to ‘plug in’.

It is with these in mind the BGE course will deliver a course that will improve ICT skills and enhance pupils understanding of how these apps are created and how technology is evolving to support our lifestyles in the 21st Century. 

In S3 we start to prepare for the National 4 and 5 courses that they will follow in S4.

Senior Phase

Learn more about Senior Computer Science at Montrose Academy.

In S4/5/6, pupils can opt to follow the National 4/5 and Higher Computing Science course or/and a National Progression Award (NPA) in Computer Games Development. Here they will study a range of topics and themes such as design, coding impact on society, information transfer and cyber security.

Extra Curricular

The department offers study support sessions to senior pupils either during lunch-time, or after school.

Homework

Homework guides for Montrose Academy Computing at all levels.

Homework will consolidate all learning, including literacy and numeracy and will test knowledge and skills.

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Modern Languages

APPRENDEZ DE NOUVELLES LANGUES Á MONTROSE!

Mrs E Caira and her team welcome you to Montrose Academy Modern Languages.

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Personal & Social Education

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BGE PSE

Learn more about BGE PSE at Montrose Academy.

In S1 and S2, pupils will be taught Personal and Social Education (PSE) covering experiences and outcomes in Physical, Mental, Emotional and Social Wellbeing, Planning for Choices & Changes, Substance Misuse and Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood.

We cover a range of topics such as: sleep, alcohol, smoking, vaping, drugs, relationships, parenting, mental health, internet safety, My World of Work, course choice & finance. 

S1 classes have two periods per week. S2 classes have one period per week. These are arranged into House groups and are taught by PTs Pupil Care & Support.

In S2 we start work towards an Employability qualification which is normally obtained by the end of S4.

Lessons are sometimes delivered by partners such as our Careers advisor.

Senior Phase

Learn more about Senior PSE at Montrose Academy.

In S4, S5 & S6 pupils are taught Personal and Social Education (PSE) one period per week by PTs Pupil Care & Support. We cover a range of topics similar to above at a more challenging and age/stage appropriate level. In addition we cover applications for college / university / apprenticeships and link with the Skills Development Scotland Careers Advisor and Dundee & Angus College.

We work towards the SQA Employability Award at SCQF Level 4.

Lessons are sometimes delivered by partners such as our Careers advisor.

Extra Curricular

The department offers safe spaces for pupils to go at break and lunchtime.

Our department also delivers the Mental Health Award Level 5 and the Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) as Enrichments in S5/6. 

Homework

Homework guides for Montrose Academy PSE at all levels.

Some homework is set on Microsoft Teams.

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Library

WHEN IN DOUBT, GO TO THE LIBRARY.

Mrs T Graham and her team welcome you to Montrose Academy Library.

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