Daily Information

Lost Property -Lost property will be on display in the canteen area from Friday 22nd June until Thursday 28th of June
  New S2 – La Coupe du monde All new S2 pupils are asked to remember their PE kits on Wednesday 27th June for their participation in the football event. Please keep an eye on the weather forecast and bring an extra layer to wear while you aren’t playing (or sun cream if the forecast is good – we can only hope!) and bear in mind that studded footwear is not suitable for use on the Astroturf pitch. We would appreciate if pupils could make their way to the PE changing rooms before the end of lunch so that everyone is ready for a prompt start at the beginning of P6.

 Fundraiser- Portree High school will be holding a Hope And Faith fundraiser to raise money for the hope and faith school in Africa, there will be tea and coffee with cake and live entertainment from the talented pupils of PHS. From 5.30 till 7pm.

 INTO FILM AWARDS The 2019 Into Film Awards are now open! The Into Film Awards is the best place to showcase young film making talent, with categories designed to highlight the large pool of young creatives in the UK. Open to all pupils aged 5 – 19.Start submitting your films right now, and submissions are open until 14 December 2018, giving you plenty of time to create your masterpiece and get your entries in.For resources and guides to help you on the way to success, and more information on how to enter, visit www.intofilm.org/awards

EMA If you are 16 or over, it may well be that you would be entitled to an Educational maintenance Allowance. This is  means tested allowance of £30.00 per week. For further details check on the Highland Council website – Education and Learning, Grants and benefits. Applications are on-line.

Latest News

Pop-Up Cafe

20 Jun 2018

Tuesday 26th June, 5.30-7.00pm in PHS to raise funds for our partner school in Zambia - Hope & Faith.  There will be plenty of tea, coffee, cakes and more for sale so make sure to bring a friend!

Promoting Positive Behaviour (PPB)

14 Jun 2018


FAO All Parents,

We hope this finds you well. The examination season is over, and pupils are moving into new classes and starting new courses. At this stage in every year it is an opportunity to recognise that pupils at Portree High School work hard to achieve and meet their aspirations.

As a school, we continue to develop policies designed to support teaching and learning in our classrooms. As part of this we are reviewing our behaviour policy, and developing a Promoting Positive Behaviour (PPB) policy at Portree High School.

To do this, we are carrying out a survey to consult staff, pupils, and parents. It is essential that we have a range of contributions, as it gives us a wide picture of you and your child’s experience of the school. 

  • Please follow the link above to complete the survey. This survey will close on the 29th June 2018.
  • At the end of the survey there is an opportunity to self-select for a further discussion / working group to be arranged during the new term.

(We estimate that it will take 10-15 minutes to complete this survey. However, it will not save any selected options, so you should aim to complete this in one sitting without closing your browser window.)

Thank you for your time. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact the school.

PPB Working Group

Portree High School