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The school website is being updated.  While our news feed is up to date, other sections are currently being reviewed.

School Calendar

Attached is the link to the school calendar for 2015-16:

2015-16 School Calendar

Rights Respecting School

St Kentigern's Academy is currently a Rights Respecting School Award Level 2.



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Wider Achievement

We are committed to assisting all our young people achieve their full potential. We like to celebrate success and promote high achievement both academically and in our pupils’ wider interests in and out with school. We are always keen to hear how well our pupils are doing in their chosen interests and if your child has recently enjoyed success in any field of sport or music, for example, we’d appreciate you letting us know. Contact us by emailing:

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Supported Study

Please find attached a supported study timetable:

Supported Study 2016




School Calendar

The school calendar for session 2015-16 is available below:

2015-16 School Calendar




Work Experience Opportunity S4-6

Babcock International is offering the opportunity for 15 to 18-year-olds (S 4-6) to undertake work experience at their Rosyth site.

They will be hosting two groups of pupils in 2016, on:

Monday 6th June - Thursday 9th June and;

Monday 20th June - Thursday 23rd June.

This work experience will allow you to learn about Babcock International, whilst also developing your skills and engineering knowledge. You will be given the chance to work with different people within the business for an informative, fun and memorable experience.

If you would like to apply or require further information, please contact Mrs Kane, Mr Conroy or Mrs McDade.




School Clothing Grant

A school clothing grant of up to £110 is available from West Lothian Council for students in S1-S4 (and some S5 depending on date of birth) to help with the purchase of school uniforms. The grant is available to families who have a household income below £16,105 and are in receipt of qualifying benefits such as income support, income-related employment support allowance, job seekers allowance, working tax credits or child tax credits.

If you think you may be eligible for the clothing grant contact the school or the West Lothian Advice Shop on 01506 283000.




FAO S4-6 Students - Employment Opportunity

The school has been notified of apprenticeship vacancies with Sky for students planning on leaving school in June 2016.

Some basic details are given below, however, if any student is interested they must see Mrs McDade, Mr Conroy, Mr Reilly or Mrs Kane. The closing date is in January.

Sky are looking for candidates who are thinking about alternatives to university and have a passion for working at Sky. As well as earning a real wage, the candidates will gain a nationally recognised qualification (Level 3 or 4) while working alongside acclaimed professionals in the field. Students can find out more about our programmes and/or apply directly through the website:




West Lothian College Online Applications

Students considering applying for full time courses at West Lothian College should now apply online through the college website. If you need help with your application then please see Mrs McDade during any lunchtime.




Christmas Newsletter

Our Christmas Newsletter has now been issued to all pupils and community partners.

It can also be viewed by clicking on the following link: Download Christmas Newsletter




West Lothian College Online Applications

Online applications for Full-Time 2016-17 courses are now LIVE on the West Lothian College website!












Police Scotland have released their annual Festive Safety message. This year's message is to stay safe whilst Online, Shopping, Partying and at Home. They have provided some important information to help you stay safe this Festive Period. Click on the following headings to find out more information.


More and more people use online shopping to purchase their Christmas presents as well as taking advantage of sales and events like Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It's important to take a couple of precautionary steps when purchasing goods online to keep safe and avoid being targeted by criminals. It is also important that people understand the dangers of social media and that what you post online, stays online.


The festive period is traditionally the busiest time of the year for shopping and unfortunately, there are those who exploit the festive period for the wrong reasons but it only takes a few simple preventative measures to discourage criminals and stay safe.


Make sure to stay with friends, stick to your plans, have travel arranged and be careful of what you drink. Don't leave drinks unattended and stay away from drugs, new psychoactive substances or other controlled substances.


A few simple steps such as leaving a light on when your out, keeping presents and valuables out of sight, opening and closing curtains at the appropriate time of day and not advertising on social media when you are out helps to keep criminals away.

For more information, click on the following link:

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