Duke of Edinburgh

Many of Gairloch High School’s pupils work towards, and achieve, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. The DofE is the world’s leading youth achievement award, giving millions of 14 to 24-year-olds the opportunity to be the very best they can be. Pupils take part at either bronze, silver or gold level and choose their own activities in … Continue reading Duke of Edinburgh


Pupils from the High School are involved in a huge number of activities in the local area. Maybe you’d like to find something to do outside school for fun or to build skills which you can use in the future. For sports groups, please see the Sports page. Group Name More Details Contact 1st Wester Ross … Continue reading Activities


Volunteering is an excellent way to build skills you can use for life, serve your local community and importantly, have loads of fun! There are many places around the catchment area that would be more than happy to help you get involved. Here are some ideas. Volunteering Opportunities within the High School and local Primaries … Continue reading Volunteering


There are lots of opportunities to get involved with sports locally. Fiona MacKintosh (Active Schools Coordinator) can help you access local sports activities. Group Name More Details Contact Indoor Rowing Monday Lunchtime Mrs Hildrey Hockey Monday After School Angela Rae Athletics & Fitness Tuesday After School (Summer Term) Mrs Hildrey Badminton Tuesday After School Mr … Continue reading Sports