School Catchment Map for Brechin High School, Angus

 

Brechin High School is situated in Angus and is a Non-denominational school. According to information from Summer 2014, there are 535 pupils and 52 teachers and the school is operating at 56% capacity.

Information about Brechin High School

Number of Pupils 535
Number of Teachers 52
Denomination Non-denominational
Associated primary school Aberlemno Primary School, Andover Primary School, Maisondieu Primary School, Edzell Primary School, Lethnot Primary School, Stracathro Primary School, Tarfside Primary School,
Building Condition C: Poor – Showing major problems and/or not operating optimally
Capacity 56%
Funding Type Local Authority

Contact Details for Brechin High School

Website http://www.brechinhigh.angus.sch.uk
Phone Number 01356 622135
Email brechinhigh@brechinhigh.angus.sch.uk
Address Brechin High School
Duke Street
Brechin
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DD9 6LB

Pupils’ Attendance at Brechin High School, Angus

Brechin High School Angus Average
Attendance 89.3% 91.8%
Authorized Absense 1.7% 1%
Unauthorized Absense 0.6% 0.7%
Truancy Level 1.2% 1.1%
Sickness Absence 5% 3.6%
Pupils Arriving Late 2.1% 1.6%
Exceptional Absense 0.1% 0%
Temporary Exclusions 0.1% 0%

Pupils Exam Results at Brechin High School, Angus

% Pupils with 5+ Highers 3
% Pupils with 3+ Highers 18
% Pupils with 1+ Highers 33

Inspection Reports for Brechin High School

Inspection Report Date
Download Inspection Report 29/04/2014
Download Inspection Report 19/06/2012

Other School Information about Brechin High School, Angus

Brechin High School Angus Average
% of pupils taking free school meals 14.6% 17%

Further information

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