Over half of our pupils achieved Grade As at Higher level

Kilgraston – CReSTeD recommended

Kilgraston – CReSTeD recommended

Kilgraston – CReSTeD recommended

We are delighted to announce that Kilgraston School is the only school in Scotland to be included in CReSTeD’s list of recommended schools for pupils with Additional Support Needs (ASN) for 2024/25. This prestigious recognition comes after a rigorous on-site assessment of our teaching and monitoring practices by CReSTeD, highlighting our commitment to providing exceptional support for our pupils.

In their glowing report, CReSTeD commended Kilgraston School for offering a “tailored and bespoke curriculum” where “each pupil has their needs met individually.” This recognition underscores our dedication to creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment that caters to the unique needs of every pupil.

The report also praised the “highly knowledgeable and experienced” staff in our Department of Academic Support, noting their ability to “confidently and deftly” meet the needs of pupils across the curriculum. Our team’s expertise and commitment ensure that all pupils receive the personalized support they need to thrive academically and personally.

Looking ahead, the Department of Academic Support plans to build on this success through regular meetings with a working group of parents. This collaborative approach aims to continually enhance the excellent support provided to all ASN pupils, ensuring that Kilgraston School remains at the forefront of inclusive education.

We are incredibly proud of this recognition and remain committed to fostering a supportive and nurturing environment for all our pupils. Thank you to our dedicated staff, supportive parents, and, most importantly, our resilient and hardworking pupils who make Kilgraston School a beacon of excellence in education.

For more information about our programs and support for pupils with Additional Support Needs, please contact the Department of Academic Support via admissions@kilgraston.com

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