Welcome to the Denny High School Mathematics Faculty website.
We hope that pupils and parents will find the information and resources on this site useful.
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Education Scotland have published a resource designed to help parent’s support children’s learning in maths and numeracy with fun activities to do at home and in the local community. The resource can be used with pupils from primary to early secondary age and helps to show young people where maths is relevant in the “real world”.
Click here to view the online resource.
View the pupil feedback from our inaugural Maths Camp here.
Also, check out our photos and video from Maths Camp!!
Please bear in mind that supported study is not a replacement for ongoing personal home study. Attendance at supported study should be in addition to your own individual home study and revision. Please note that the supported study timetable is subject to change as supported study is offered on an entirely voluntary basis by teaching staff and circumstances/commitments/availability may change throughout the course of the academic year.
Why not share these Maths jokes with friends and family!?
Ogilvie, as part of Gateway Falkirk, successfully undertook the Design and Build of Denny High School as Main Contractor. The building was a 3 storey, secondary school accommodating 1600 pupils. The project was part of the multi-site contract: Falkirk Schools PPP and was completed on time in line with the contract programme period of 89 weeks.
The sports leisure facilities included a swimming pool, games hall, gymnasiums, dance studio and fitness suite. Externally a grass football pitch, All-Weather Pitch and a MUGA area were provided. Extensive parking and hard and soft landscaping were provided.
Denny High School was the first of the schools to be completed and gain a BREEAM rating of Very Good in its final assessment.
The following initiatives were put in place at Denny High School:
- Contribution to preparation of Green Travel Plans
- Introduction of cycle racks and changing facilities
- Ensuring footpath access wherever possible to concur with established footpaths
- Ensuring close proximity to access public transport
- Sustainable drainage systems
- Reuse of demolition material
- Reuse of reclaimed hardcore
- Use of timber from an FSC certified source
- The segregation of construction waste
- Rain water harvesting
- Increased insulation
- Brise Solais solar shading
- Low E glass
- Increased natural ventilation
- Controlled site set up and management
- Standardisation of room height to use full plasterboard sheets with no cutting/waste.
Key information about the project:
Client: Gateway Falkirk