James Gillespie's High School is a vibrant multicultural school and celebrated its Bicentenary in 2003. The school has undoubtedly changed over the years but academic excellence and student achievement are as important now as they have ever been.
The James Gillespie's Trust aims to support the school and foster strong links between the school, the community and the alumni. The Trust wishes to harness the tremendous goodwill that is felt for James Gillespie's High School to support the work of the school through various educational schemes and community projects.
Although much of our work involves small-scale projects, we are very proud of the splendid heritage of the school and are developing a unique oral history project, which will become embedded in the future curriculum, to capture the tales of our alumni for posterity.
As trustees, we will work tirelessly with the school and community to promote and encourage excellence in all aspects of school life and we simply ask you to help us in any way you can.
The Trust's accounts are scrutinised annually by an independent exminer and these are submitted to the Scottish Charity Regulator, OSCR, together with the Trustees Annual Report. These can be viewed using the links below.
- Ms Ann Henderson, Chair ( Former Pupil and Parent of Former Pupil)
- Ms Melanie Main, Vice chair (Local Authority Councillor for the area)
- Mrs Jean Knox, Treasurer (Former Pupil)
- Mrs Allison Naismith, Secretary (Former Pupil)
- Mrs Sheena Purdom, Trustee (Former pupil and Parent of Former Pupil)
- Mr Donald Macdonald, (Head Teacher, JGHS)
- Mr Ian Porter, (Depute Head Teacher, JGHS)
- Mr Robbie McVeigh (Representative of the School Council)
- Ms Fiona Denvir (Representative of the School Council)
The James Gillespie's Trust (hereafter referred to as the Trust) is a registered charity. The Trust holds information about members provided by members when joining. This comprises names, addresses, telepohone numbers and email addresses.
Personal information is not shared with other members or with other organisations. Personal information is used for the purposes of maintaining lists of members, distributing newsletters, helping to facilitate reunions, publicising the Trust's events such as Open Days, publicising the occasional third party event that might be of interest to members and recording donations.
Personal information is stored securely on a computer held by the Administrative Officer. Data is processed solely for the purposes of the Trust. The Data Protection Officer is the Administrative Officer of the Trust.
Members may request a copy of their own personal data held by the Trust by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Members may update their own data held by the Trust by emailing email@example.com. Members may request deletion of their personal data at any time. Personal data is routinely deleted on termination of membership.
Enquiries regarding this policy should be directed to the Administrative Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org