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Parent Council

Falkirk High School Parent Forum

An Invitation to have your say


Ever wanted to put your views across about how things are going at Falkirk High School?

And make a positive change?

Come along and share your views with other parents and carers. You can expect practical examples of what’s been going on – AND plenty of lively discussion. We will keep you up to date with what the Parent Council has been doing and let you know what you can do to help.

As a parent with a child/children at Falkirk High School, you are automatically a member of the school's Parent Forum, and as such are welcome to attend Parent Council meetings at any time.

The Minutes of Parent Council meetings will be available on the website so that you can keep up to date with what's being discussed and what issues we're looking at from month to month.



Please follow the Falkirk high twitter feed for up to date news and stay connected with what is going on in the school. Click on the link above for direct access.

Parent Council Meetings 2017 - 2018

The following meetings are scheduled for the parent council to meeting during the session 2017-2018. All meetings are from 7-9pm and are held in the conference room.

You can contact the Parent Council directly using this email address or using the twitter account .

You can download the letter issued to all pupils using the link below giving information on our AGM meeting and future dates.


File icon: pdf AGM letter 2017 [pdf 202KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf MINUTES - Falkirk High School Parent Council - 22.1.18 [pdf 278KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf MINUTES - Falkirk High School Parent Council - 27.3.18 [pdf 273KB] Click to download

Parent Council Meetings

Falkirk High 200 Club

The Parent Council has started a 200 Club to raise money for the school. Documentation for this can be downloaded using the links below.


200 Club Standing Order

200 Club Flyer

National Parent Forum of Scotland

Our parent council would like to share the updates from the National Parent Forum of Scotland with you. The web address for this is They have re-launched, in partnership with Child Poverty Action Group, The Cost of the School Day resource for parent councils. This resource is full of information and advice and they are currently working on a social media resource that they hope to have ready in the New Year.