Welcome to the Fraserburgh Academy School Website.  I hope you find this interesting and informative about our work with our young people in our school community.

Currently, like all other schools in Scotland, we are now in the second term of being fully open and working within COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.  Our staff and pupils have very adapted very quickly to this new way of working and learning and teaching activities are ongoing, albeit adapted in some instances to fit within guidelines.

Learning remains at the heart of our school with great emphasis placed on providing engaging learning experiences and focused intervention.  We recognise that what happens in our classrooms is key to the success of our students and to the continuation of our upward rise in attainment.  It is where we continue to build knowledge, develop skills and promote positive attitudes to learning.  We have highly qualified staff who provide a supportive and encouraging environment where every child is known and learning flourishes.

This session there is a strong emphasis on the wellbeing of all pupils and the Senior Executive have devised a programme of activities and initiatives to help support all young people at this difficult time.  Further opportunities have been created for pupil participation in the decision-making processes within school.

We understand that this is a difficult time for pupils and their families and should you wish to contact your son or daughter’s guidance teacher please phone the school phone number or contact us using this email address: fraserburgh.aca@aberdeenshire.gov.uk.  The website posts below provide a wealth of information about learning at Fraserburgh Academy and more can be found on the Learning on Home tab above.  We will endeavour to keep the website and our social media pages updated with information during this time.

Best wishes

Irene Sharp




Values Routines Repair Recognition Phrases Response


Mental Health and Wellbeing Group Sessions for Parents

The Aberdeenshire Getting it Right for every child Mental Health & Wellbeing group are inviting any parent to attend an online session to hear about some digital services which Aberdeenshire Council plan to trial for a year, to support young people from 10 to 26 year age range.

The sessions will be an opportunity to ask any questions about the services offered by two providers Kooth whose service provides for 10 – 18 years and Togetherall for 16-26 age group. Each session will be an oppor…

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Young Scots Information

For the latest information about the Young Scots card then please have a look at the attached flipbook:-


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Employability Festival

On Friday  21st May at lunchtime, our S3 Employability pupils will be hosting an ‘Enterprise Festival’. Here they will be selling products they have developed, designed and created themselves. Please show them your support by bringing along some spen…

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Parents/Carers of S4-S6 School Leavers

Did you miss the webinar Skills Development Scotland ran for parents and carers of S4-S6 pupils who are planning to leave school this year?  The webinar was recorded and is available for viewing here: https://www.myworldofwork.co.uk/parents/topics#leaving-school-%E2%80%93-what-next along with other helpful information on the SDS support available to these young people and how to help them make decisions.


Kirsty Hannon
Careers Adviser

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Active Schools Virtual Run4Fun Series 2021


It is usually around this time of year that children from across Aberdeenshire are taking part in the Cross Country Series. With the current lockdown we can’t bring those events to you, but we are eager to continue to encourage and supp…

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Further News


Please ask your son to attend the Main Hall for immunisation at the time listed below:

0930 2C1 boys
0945 2C2 boys
1005 2D1 boys
1015 2F1 boys
1035 2K1 boys
10.50 2M1 boys
1120 Break
11.50 2P1 boys
12.10 2P2 boys


Heather Davidson
School Nurse

Aberdeenshire Wellbeing Festival

Fraserburgh Academy in partnership with Aberdeenshire Council CLD team are running a series of lunchtime activities for young people from 10th to 14th May to celebrate the Aberdeenshire Wellbeing Festival. Everyone is welcome to take part. #youthworkchangeslives #Aberdeenshirewellbeingfestival #WWYP.


Mental Health Week Activity - #GrowingResilience

Learners are starting the conversation in school to share how they manage to stay positive ‘peachy’ in spite of difficult times, adversity. Here are some of our learners thoughts on Day 1 displayed in the undernoted flipbook.