Beath High School
Fife, United Kingdom
About Beath High School
Beath High School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form in Scotland, serving students from the age of 11-18. The secondary school, situated in Fife has approximately 1,200 students on record. It is run by Fife Council.
Formerly Beath Higher Grade School, Beath High School opened in 1910.
Values and vision
Beath High School is committed to continuously improving to ensure that all students receive a high quality and fulfilling education. The secondary school holds high standards for pupils to achieve their full potential and succeed in all that they do. The school’s core values of success, ambition, respect, responsibility, pride and creating opportunity are installed during daily life. It is important to the school that open and honest partnerships are formed between staff and parents, allowing for students receive the best possible support both at school and during their home life, and parents are encouraged to get involved with the running of the school by joining the Parent Council. Students are nurtured as polite, caring, determined and ambitious young adults, who are fully prepared for life in a modern and ever changing world when leaving the school.
“Most young people are motivated to achieve well. Young people increasingly have stimulating opportunities to become independent and responsible learners. Most staff make very productive contributions to helping young people become successful as learners. Where practice is most effective, teachers use information and communications technology (ICT) well to enrich young people’s learning.”