Bannerman High School
Glasgow City, United Kingdom
About Bannerman High School
Bannerman High School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form. It is situated in the Baillieston suburb just east of Glasgow city centre. It is a comprehensive school composed of three buildings within its own grounds. The school also has a separate Autism Unit onsite. The school will provide 1,400 places for secondary and sixth form students between the ages of 12-18, when fully subscribed.
Bannerman High first opened in 1973, and all areas of the school have undergone a major refurbishment in 2001 to update the school for the new millennium.
Values and Vision
The school is a place that emphasises its role as an educational community, teaching students to be safe and happy in an environment that provides them the necessary support and challenges for them to develop as learners at this important stage of their education. It works with parents and the wider community to ensure that it delivers an education that can develop its students into confident learners and successful citizens of the outside world.
“Young people learn and achieve well at Bannerman High School. They are polite, friendly, well-mannered and proud of their school. Young people behave well and there is a climate of mutual respect between staff and pupils. There are examples of outstanding learning and teaching in a few subject areas and staff should aspire to provide these high standards consistently across the school. Young people benefit from a very wide range of opportunities for learning beyond the classroom, including field trips and residential experiences.”