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Message from Headteacher Ms Helen Gray

It gives me great pleasure to invite you to step inside our website and find out for yourself what life is like for pupils, staff and parents at Morgan Academy. 

We are all very proud of our school and together we strive to deliver an inspiring and challenging education within a caring, supportive environment. We provide opportunities for all to achieve success and prepare our young people for an ever changing world.

No matter what your reason for visiting I hope you find the website informative and useful. Should you require further information do not hesitate to contact the school.

Enjoy your experience


Show My Homework

 Show My Homework – launched to pupils this week and a parents evening for information scheduled for Tuesday 20th at 6pm. Already many departments are using this and pupils have demonstrated for me the use of the App on their phones. Our aim is threefold; 

1. increase in homework completion and quality through use of technology with pupils

2. parental support, engagement and communication

3. and ease of use and long term efficiency of work for teachers

An article was featured in the Evening telegraph on Friday highlighting the system to all and was very positive for Morgan Academy.

A new way to record, track and monitor homework at Morgan Academy.

We are excited to be launching Show My Homework, an online tool to help you keep track of your child’s homework. Show My Homework will allow you to see the details of the tasks your child has been set, as well as their submission status and grades.

You will be provided with login details to your personal account, ready-linked to your child’s homework calendar. These logins will be sent out 3 weeks after launching but don’t worry you will still be able to view all homework.

You will also be able to login by following this link and clicking the top right ‘Login’ button.


  • 24/7 access

  • View quality and quantity of homework

  • Translation into over 50 languages

  • Free apps available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android devices

  • Receive automated notifications before homework is due

​Parent Council Meetings

Dates for this year's Parent Council meetings are as follows

Wednesday 23rd November       6.30pm

Wednesday 18th January 2017  6.30pm

Wednesday 8th March 2017       6.30pm

Wednesday 26th April 2017        6.30pm

Wednesday 14th June 2017       6.30pm



What is on at Morgan


Netball S1 – S6 – ½ Games Hall 4pm – 5pm Shannon

Basketball S1 – S4 - Disc – 5pm – 6pm – Games Hall


S1-S2 Futsal Games Hall Lunchtime

Ultimate Frisbee S1 – S6 Water Pitch 4pm – 5.30pm Mr Thomson

Basketball S1-S6 Games Hall 4pm – 5pm – Miss Thomson

Fitness Morgan Fitness Suite 4pm – 5pm – Miss Cameron

Dance S1 – S2 4pm – 5pm Dance Studio


S1 – S4 Girls Football 3G Pitch 4pm-5pm Miss Thomson

S1-S6 Hockey Water Pitch – 4pm – 5pm


Badminton S1 – S6 Games Hall 3pm – 4.15pm Dr Rosenzweig

Cricket 3pm – 4pm Outdoors

Athletics 3pm-4pm Gymnasium / outdoors Mrs Cooper

Rugby 3pm – 4pm Disc 3G S1 – S4


Table Tennis Dance Studio Lunchtime

Parkour Gymnasium 3pm – 4.15pm

Staff and senior Pupil Football Games Hall




Bienvenu Jérôme

We are delighted to introduce our new Modern Languages Assistant.  Jérôme is from the north west of France and will be living and working in Dundee until June.  His job is to encourage as many Morgan Academy pupils to speak as much French as possible.  Speaking another language can help you to find jobs in Scotland and around the world and can help you to get on to lots of different university courses.  This term he will be working with S1, S3, S4 and S5 and in the New Year he will begin working with S2.  There are lots of classes so you will only see him only once a month in class with your teacher.  He is also going to Glebelands, Clepington, Dens Road and Rosebank Primary Schools so he may see some of your younger brothers and sisters there too.  He enjoys films and martial arts and is studying English and Chinese at University.  We hope he has a fantastic year and we all learn lots of extra French.





Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award

Congratulations to our Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Group ,Pamela Smith 6A, Paul Maitland 6C , Ross Pellow 6M, Megan Grier 6M & Marceli Guziewicz 6M, and to our new sixth years: Iona Hunt 6M2, Jamie White 6C1 & Shonagh Quinton 6A2, who successfully completed their four-day assessment expedition on the Great Glen Canoe Trail from Fort William to Inverness during the first week of the summer holidays. They were lucky to have a following wind for most of their journey and were able to take advantage of their sails to help to speed them on their way. The day after completing their expedition, they had a civic reception in the City Chambers where they gave an entertaining account of their adventures to Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex. Many thanks to all who supported our fund raising to make both of our expeditions a success. Thanks also go to Mr Spencer, our canoe instructor, and both Mrs Spencer and Mrs Bowser who helped on this trip. Thanks also to Mr Sweeting who was our assessor. 


Dundee Schools Athletic Championships

 The Dundee Schools Athletics Championships was held on Thursday afternoon and evening at Caird Park. Our pupils not only represented the school with pride on and off the track, and we had the largest number participating. They were extremely successful winning 36 medals, 12 Bronze, 19 Silver and 5 Gold. To encourage the Be Inspired Initiative following the Olympics the S1 will be taking part in a Sports fair promoted by Active Schools at DISC next Tuesday 6th Sept. Please encourage pupils to get involved in extra –curricular activities. 





WUKF World Championships

Huge congratulations to Leah Dunn 3M1, who as part of Kanzen Karate Scotland Team, won the World Team Kumite Champions in the 13-14 Mini Cadet Team Kumite at the World Karate Championships in Dublin.

 Well done Leah!





School Day

Period Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Period Time Thursday Friday  
8:45 - 9:35 Tutor/1 Tutor/1 Tutor/1 8:45 - 9:35 Tutor/1 Tutor/1  
9:35 - 10:25 2 2 2 9:35 - 10:25 2 2  
10:25 - 11:15 3 3 3 10:25 - 10:40 Interval Interval  
11:15 - 11:30 Interval Interval Interval 10:40 - 11:30 3 3  
11:30 - 12:20 4 4 4 11:30 - 12:20 4 4  
12:20 - 13:10 5 5 5 12:20 - 13:10 Lunch Lunch  
13:10 - 14:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch 13:10 - 14:00 5 5  
14:00 - 14:50 6 6 6 14:00 - 14:50 6 6  
14:50 - 15:40 7 7 7        


Important Dates This Term 

Monday 24 October 2016: Term starts 845am

Thursday 10 November 2016 (In service day)

Friday 11 November 2016 (In Service day)

Friday 23 December 2016: End of term

Christmas Start Monday 26 December 2016

Holiday End Friday 6 January  2017



School Calendar 2016-17

School Calender now available to view School Calendar 2016-17



School Brochure 2016

A copy of the school brochure 2016 is available. >> brochure.pdf


school crossing patrol posterSchool Crossing Patrol

Dundee City Council is looking for adults to act as school crossing patrol  officers.  Contact 01382834067 for further details.


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Standards and Quality Report

 Session 2013-2014

To obtain a copy of the standards and quality report for the session 2013/2014 (updated March 2015) click the link -

Standards and Qualities Report 2015



School Handbook

The school handbook 2015 is available for viewing.  Click the link School Handbook.