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Hyndland Secondary School
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Address
Lauderdale Gardens

Glasgow

Scotland
Coordinates 55°52′37″N 4°18′35″W / 55.876944°N 4.309722°W / 55.876944; -4.309722 Coordinates : 55°52′37″N 4°18′35″W / 55.876944°N 4.309722°W / 55.876944; -4.309722
Information
Type State comprehensive
MottoSpero Meliora
(I hope for better things)
Established1912
HeadteacherMaura McNeil
GenderMixed
Age11 to 18 years
Enrolment1,025 as of April 2017 [update]
Colour(s)
                           
PublicationHyndland News
FormsA, B, C, D, E and F
SecondaryS1-S6
Website www.hyndland-sec.glasgow.sch.uk

Hyndland Secondary School is a non-denominational state comprehensive school in the Hyndland area of Glasgow , Scotland.

The school provides secondary education for children from the local area, although there are many children from other areas of the city. The school is part of the Hyndland New Learning Community, which consists of the school, its feeder primaries and other local children’s services, and of which the former Headmaster, John F Alexander, was the Principal. Hyndland is also the only school in Glasgow where wearing uniform is not required on a day-to-day basis.

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Primary schools
  • 3 Campus
  • 4 Notable former pupils
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

History[ edit ]

In 1887, the Govan Parish School Board opened the Hyndland School on Hamilton Crescent (which became Fortrose Street in 1931) in Partick, designed by William Landless. In 1912, the school moved to a new building on Clarence Drive, now known as the Airlie Building, which it shared with Hyndland Primary School. In 1930, expansion led to a second building being added back-to-back with the Airlie Building, fronting onto Lauderdale Gardens and in 1997, the school’s catchment area was extended to take in part of the former Victoria Drive Secondary area. [1]

The previous building became Hamilton Crescent Supplementary School in 1912, Hamilton Crescent Advanced Central Public School in 1927, and Hamilton Crescent Junior Secondary in 1940 until 1972, when Hyndland Primary School was relocated to the building in what was by then known as Fortrose Street. [2]

As of April 2017 [update] there were 1,025 pupils enrolled and 73 FTE teaching staff. [3]

Primary schools[ edit ]

Hyndland, Broomhill, Thornwood and Whiteinch Primary Schools serve as feeder primaries to the school. Some pupils of Broomhill Primary also have the option of going to Jordanhill School as a result of the increase in capacity between that school’s primary and secondary departments. Pupils who did not attend any of these schools may apply to Glasgow City Council to be admitted to Hyndland by way of a placing request.

Campus[ edit ]

The school is housed in two separate buildings at either end of a small playground. The Lauderdale and Airlie Buildings, each named for the street it faces, are linked by a brick-built “link corridor”, constructed as part of Glasgow City Council’s public-private partnership scheme of school refurbishments, Project 2002. There is also a large floodlit synthetic pitch across the road from the Lauderdale Building. The campus lies adjacent to Clarence Drive.

The school was refurbished as part of the council ‘s Project 2002 scheme, when a further twenty-six classrooms, an enlarged cafeteria and an indoor games hall were added to the facilities. A local group linked to the school subsequently obtained a National Lottery grant to upgrade facilities in the lecture theatre, which is now the Airlie Community Theatre, equipped with sound and lighting technology allowing plays to be produced in the school. It is also available for use by the community.

Notable former pupils[ edit ]

See also: Category:People educated at Hyndland Secondary School
  • Andrew Doig , Moderator of the Church of Scotland, 1981-82 [4]
  • Alan Dimmick , photographer [5]
  • Jean McFadden , [6] Former Leader of Glasgow City Council
  • Professor Sir John Arbuthnott , [7] Microbiologist
  • Linda Fabiani , [8] Member of the Scottish Parliament
  • James David Provins Graham FRSE pharmacologist [9]
  • Jamie Hepburn , [10] Member of the Scottish Parliament
  • Eddie Thompson , [11] Businessman and former chairman of Dundee United Football Club
  • Ray Fisher and Archie Fisher , [12] British Folk singers

References[ edit ]

  1. ^ “Hyndland Secondary School” . Hyndland-sec.glasgow.sch.uk. Retrieved 23 April 2010.

  2. ^ “Hamilton Crescent Public School” . Glasgow City Archives, Department of Education. Retrieved 23 April 2010.
  3. ^ “Hyndland Secondary School” . education.gov.scot. ParentZone. Retrieved 4 April 2017.
  4. ^ C of S
  5. ^ http://www.alandimmick.com/bio
  6. ^ “Classic leader for hard times” . Times Educational Supplement. Retrieved 12 October 2012.
  7. ^ “Sir John Arbuthnott in Burke’s Landed Gentry” . Burke’s Landed Gentry . Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  8. ^ “Biography: Linda Fabiani” . Scottish Parliament . Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  9. ^ Biographical Index of Former Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1783–2002 (PDF). The Royal Society of Edinburgh. July 2006. ISBN   0 902 198 84 X .
  10. ^ “Biography: Jamie Hepburn” . Scottish Parliament . Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  11. ^ Wilson, Brian (20 October 2008). “Obituary: Eddie Thompson” . London: The Guardian . Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  12. ^ “Obituary: Ray Fisher” . The Independent. 9 September 2011. Retrieved 5 September 2012.

External links[ edit ]

  • School Website
  • Hyndland Secondary School’s page on Scottish Schools Online
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  • t
  • e
Schools in Glasgow
Independent schools
  • Craigholme School
  • The Glasgow Academy
  • High School of Glasgow
  • Hutchesons’ Grammar School
  • Jordanhill School
  • Kelvinside Academy
  • St Aloysius’ College
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Glasgow City Council
secondary schools
  • Bannerman High School
  • Bellahouston Academy and the School of Sport
  • Castlemilk High School
  • Cleveden Secondary School
  • Drumchapel High School
  • Eastbank Academy
  • Glasgow Gaelic School
  • Govan High School
  • Hillhead High School
  • Hillpark Secondary School
  • Hyndland Secondary School
  • King’s Park Secondary School
  • Knightswood Secondary School
  • Lochend Community High School
  • Rosshall Academy
  • Shawlands Academy
  • Smithycroft Secondary School
  • Springburn Academy
  • Whitehill Secondary School
Catholic
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  • All Saints Roman Catholic Secondary School
  • Holyrood Secondary School
  • John Paul Academy
  • Lourdes Secondary School
  • Notre Dame High School
  • St Andrew’s Secondary School
  • St Margaret Mary’s Secondary School
  • St Mungo’s Academy
  • St Paul’s High School
  • St Roch’s Secondary School
  • St Thomas Aquinas Secondary School

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        Hyndland Secondary School

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        Hyndland Secondary School
        Hyndland Secondary School Badge.png
        Address
        Lauderdale Gardens

        Glasgow

        Scotland
        Coordinates 55°52′37″N 4°18′35″W / 55.876944°N 4.309722°W / 55.876944; -4.309722 Coordinates : 55°52′37″N 4°18′35″W / 55.876944°N 4.309722°W / 55.876944; -4.309722
        Information
        Type State comprehensive
        MottoSpero Meliora
        (I hope for better things)
        Established1912
        HeadteacherMaura McNeil
        GenderMixed
        Age11 to 18 years
        Enrolment1,025 as of April 2017 [update]
        Colour(s)
                                   
        PublicationHyndland News
        FormsA, B, C, D, E and F
        SecondaryS1-S6
        Website www.hyndland-sec.glasgow.sch.uk

        Hyndland Secondary School is a non-denominational state comprehensive school in the Hyndland area of Glasgow , Scotland.

        The school provides secondary education for children from the local area, although there are many children from other areas of the city. The school is part of the Hyndland New Learning Community, which consists of the school, its feeder primaries and other local children’s services, and of which the former Headmaster, John F Alexander, was the Principal. Hyndland is also the only school in Glasgow where wearing uniform is not required on a day-to-day basis.

        Contents

        • 1 History
        • 2 Primary schools
        • 3 Campus
        • 4 Notable former pupils
        • 5 References
        • 6 External links

        History[ edit ]

        In 1887, the Govan Parish School Board opened the Hyndland School on Hamilton Crescent (which became Fortrose Street in 1931) in Partick, designed by William Landless. In 1912, the school moved to a new building on Clarence Drive, now known as the Airlie Building, which it shared with Hyndland Primary School. In 1930, expansion led to a second building being added back-to-back with the Airlie Building, fronting onto Lauderdale Gardens and in 1997, the school’s catchment area was extended to take in part of the former Victoria Drive Secondary area. [1]

        The previous building became Hamilton Crescent Supplementary School in 1912, Hamilton Crescent Advanced Central Public School in 1927, and Hamilton Crescent Junior Secondary in 1940 until 1972, when Hyndland Primary School was relocated to the building in what was by then known as Fortrose Street. [2]

        As of April 2017 [update] there were 1,025 pupils enrolled and 73 FTE teaching staff. [3]

        Primary schools[ edit ]

        Hyndland, Broomhill, Thornwood and Whiteinch Primary Schools serve as feeder primaries to the school. Some pupils of Broomhill Primary also have the option of going to Jordanhill School as a result of the increase in capacity between that school’s primary and secondary departments. Pupils who did not attend any of these schools may apply to Glasgow City Council to be admitted to Hyndland by way of a placing request.

        Campus[ edit ]

        The school is housed in two separate buildings at either end of a small playground. The Lauderdale and Airlie Buildings, each named for the street it faces, are linked by a brick-built “link corridor”, constructed as part of Glasgow City Council’s public-private partnership scheme of school refurbishments, Project 2002. There is also a large floodlit synthetic pitch across the road from the Lauderdale Building. The campus lies adjacent to Clarence Drive.

        The school was refurbished as part of the council ‘s Project 2002 scheme, when a further twenty-six classrooms, an enlarged cafeteria and an indoor games hall were added to the facilities. A local group linked to the school subsequently obtained a National Lottery grant to upgrade facilities in the lecture theatre, which is now the Airlie Community Theatre, equipped with sound and lighting technology allowing plays to be produced in the school. It is also available for use by the community.

        Notable former pupils[ edit ]

        See also: Category:People educated at Hyndland Secondary School
        • Andrew Doig , Moderator of the Church of Scotland, 1981-82 [4]
        • Alan Dimmick , photographer [5]
        • Jean McFadden , [6] Former Leader of Glasgow City Council
        • Professor Sir John Arbuthnott , [7] Microbiologist
        • Linda Fabiani , [8] Member of the Scottish Parliament
        • James David Provins Graham FRSE pharmacologist [9]
        • Jamie Hepburn , [10] Member of the Scottish Parliament
        • Eddie Thompson , [11] Businessman and former chairman of Dundee United Football Club
        • Ray Fisher and Archie Fisher , [12] British Folk singers

        References[ edit ]

        1. ^ “Hyndland Secondary School” . Hyndland-sec.glasgow.sch.uk. Retrieved 23 April 2010.

        2. ^ “Hamilton Crescent Public School” . Glasgow City Archives, Department of Education. Retrieved 23 April 2010.
        3. ^ “Hyndland Secondary School” . education.gov.scot. ParentZone. Retrieved 4 April 2017.
        4. ^ C of S
        5. ^ http://www.alandimmick.com/bio
        6. ^ “Classic leader for hard times” . Times Educational Supplement. Retrieved 12 October 2012.
        7. ^ “Sir John Arbuthnott in Burke’s Landed Gentry” . Burke’s Landed Gentry . Retrieved 16 July 2010.
        8. ^ “Biography: Linda Fabiani” . Scottish Parliament . Retrieved 16 July 2010.
        9. ^ Biographical Index of Former Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1783–2002 (PDF). The Royal Society of Edinburgh. July 2006. ISBN   0 902 198 84 X .
        10. ^ “Biography: Jamie Hepburn” . Scottish Parliament . Retrieved 16 July 2010.
        11. ^ Wilson, Brian (20 October 2008). “Obituary: Eddie Thompson” . London: The Guardian . Retrieved 16 July 2010.
        12. ^ “Obituary: Ray Fisher” . The Independent. 9 September 2011. Retrieved 5 September 2012.

        External links[ edit ]

        • School Website
        • Hyndland Secondary School’s page on Scottish Schools Online
        • v
        • t
        • e
        Schools in Glasgow
        Independent schools
        • Craigholme School
        • The Glasgow Academy
        • High School of Glasgow
        • Hutchesons’ Grammar School
        • Jordanhill School
        • Kelvinside Academy
        • St Aloysius’ College
        Hillhead High School.JPG
        Glasgow City Council
        secondary schools
        • Bannerman High School
        • Bellahouston Academy and the School of Sport
        • Castlemilk High School
        • Cleveden Secondary School
        • Drumchapel High School
        • Eastbank Academy
        • Glasgow Gaelic School
        • Govan High School
        • Hillhead High School
        • Hillpark Secondary School
        • Hyndland Secondary School
        • King’s Park Secondary School
        • Knightswood Secondary School
        • Lochend Community High School
        • Rosshall Academy
        • Shawlands Academy
        • Smithycroft Secondary School
        • Springburn Academy
        • Whitehill Secondary School
        Catholic
        schools
        • All Saints Roman Catholic Secondary School
        • Holyrood Secondary School
        • John Paul Academy
        • Lourdes Secondary School
        • Notre Dame High School
        • St Andrew’s Secondary School
        • St Margaret Mary’s Secondary School
        • St Mungo’s Academy
        • St Paul’s High School
        • St Roch’s Secondary School
        • St Thomas Aquinas Secondary School

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              Scotstoun

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              Scotstoun
              Earlbank Avenue.jpg
              Earlbank Avenue, typical of Scotstoun’s avenues
              Scotstoun is located in Glasgow council area

              Scotstoun
              Scotstoun
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              OS grid reference NS532675
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              55°52′42″N 4°20′53″W / 55.878220°N 4.348152°W / 55.878220; -4.348152 Coordinates : 55°52′42″N 4°20′53″W / 55.878220°N 4.348152°W / 55.878220; -4.348152

              Scotstoun is an area of Glasgow , Scotland , west of Glasgow City Centre . It is bounded by Garscadden to the west, Victoria Park , Jordanhill and Whiteinch to the east, Jordanhill to the north and the River Clyde (and Braehead beyond) to the south. At the heart of Scotstoun lies Scotstounhill , an enclave of late Victorian and post-war housing centred upon Scotstounhill railway station . Scotstoun (along with the Govan shipyard) is home to BAE Systems Surface Ships (formerly Yarrow Shipbuilders ), and to the Glasgow Warriors rugby team.

              Contents

              • 1 History
              • 2 Current amenities
              • 3 Scotstoun Primary School
              • 4 External links
              • 5 References

              History[ edit ]

              Scotstoun was until the early 1860s the site of the Oswald family estate, which was centred on Scotstoun House . By 1861 the westward expansion of the Clyde shipbuilding yards had reached Scotstoun with the opening of the Charles Connell and Company shipyard in 1861 and the new Yarrow Shipbuilders yard in 1906. This led to the break-up of the estate, as portions were sold off for housing, to create Victoria Park and for further industrial development ( iron , engineering and shipbuilding) along the river, with companies such as the Coventry Ordnance Works and Albion Motors locating in the area.

              The southern part of Scotstoun is characterised by late 19th/ early 20th century tenements , to the north, and dating from a similar period, is a grid-like estate of mainly terraced cottage style villas with distinctive English styling in wide tree-lined streets, an early example of Ebenezer Howard -type garden suburb town planning.

              The west of the area has high rise tower blocks, the Kingsway flats, and a new housing complex of houses and ‘mini multis’ built in 2016 by Glasgow Housing Association.

              Current amenities[ edit ]

              Today parts of Scotstoun is a conservation area, part of which lies in the Jordanhill School catchment, and is popular with families seeking fine period houses with gardens close to the heart of the West End . The local primary school and church lie in the north of the area. South of the main road through the area are tenements, a mixture of privately owned and social housing. To the west of the area is a new housing project of houses and flats. Some of the high rise tower blocks were demolished to make way for the new housing project by Glasgow Housing Association. Several tower blocks are still standing behind the new housing complex.

              Scotstoun is today home to Scotstoun Primary School , and formerly a fine red sandstone secondary school, Victoria Drive, which was closed and demolished in 1998. Scotstoun’s finest B listed building, the former Scotstoun West church, was mysteriously destroyed by fire then replaced with a Cala development of flats in the 1990s.

              Scotstoun is also the site of Scotstoun Leisure Centre , opened in 1994, which houses the Scottish National Badminton Academy, a 25-metre swimming pool used by the City of Glasgow Swimming Team and Scotstoun Stadium – where the Glasgow Warriors play. Rugby at Scotstoun goes back to the beginning of the 1900s, when the likes of Glasgow HSFP and Kelvinside Accies , along with others, played there on their journeys to Old Anniesland and Balgray respectively [1] .

              Formerly, Scotstoun Showground had no internal corridor under the stand, which meant you had to go outside down the back of the stand to the showers and back which often provided entertainment for the residents of Danes Drive. A lady resident, whose modesty had been offended by the sight of semi-naked men running up and down behind the stand, complained to the police and a young constable was despatched from Partick Police Station to investigate. When he looked out from the woman’s window, all he could see was the red brick façade, and on enquiring as to what was the problem, the lady retorted, “Son, you have to stand on this table!” [1]

              Scotstoun Sports Campus is an international sports venue, hosting both squash and the table tennis events during the 2014 Commonwealth Games as well as synchronised swimming events at the 2018 European Championships , co-hosted with Berlin .

              A brand new community centre was opened on Balmoral Street on 18 June 2011. It is called “The Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre”. A community cafe opened on Dumbarton Road in 2016 called Cafe Taste that works closely with the local community and provides ethical employment.

              Part of Scotstoun is a designated conservation area and has an active residents association called Scotstoun Conservation Area Residents Association. Scotstoun Community Council is active in the area and represents the whole of Scotstoun. The community council meets on the last Thursday of every month (except July and December) at the Heart of Scotstoun community centre. These meetings are open to the public.

              Scotstoun Primary School[ edit ]

              Scotstoun Primary School is a primary school built by the Renfrew Landward School Board in 1905 on Earlbank Avenue. [2] The building differs from those built by the Glasgow School Board in many respects, notably in the inclusion of its distinctive towers. [3] The current head teacher is Gillian Mackay. Scotstoun Primary is part of the Knightswood New Learning Community. [4]

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              References[ edit ]

              1. ^ a b “Scotstoun Uncovered: Stadium Uses Through The Ages | Scottish Rugby Union” . www.scottishrugby.org. Retrieved 2018-02-28.

              2. ^ Archives, The National. “The Discovery Service” . www.nationalarchives.gov.uk.
              3. ^ Archives, The National. “The Discovery Service” . www.nationalarchives.gov.uk.
              4. ^ Glasgow Young Scot, 20 Trongate (17 November 2015). “Page not found” .

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