50/50 club is one way the Parent Council raises money for the school.

You buy a ball for £2 (you can buy more than one). £1 goes to the Parent Council, and the other £1 goes to the monthly 50/50 draw.

Signing up is sooo easy. You set up a Standing Order to the Friends of Breadalbane bank account, for more details contact

Fundraiser Bag pack success


THANK YOU to the
Wonderful parents and students who volunteered their time
Wonderful staff at the Aberfeldy Co-op….and of course the 
Wonderful shoppers for their generosity…. 

Special thanks too to Libby Hughes for organising the event

PLEASE do think about donating your time in 2017 for the next Parent Council Fundraiser……

Lots of fund requests are made to the Parent Council for all different projects and clubs at the school so every penny raised is important…..

TUESDAY 29th – 6.30pm


Scott Douglas, new head of PE and Outdoor Education at Breadalbane Academy, will share his vision for our children and how we, as parents and carers, can support them and the department

????????????How can our children further their education through the schools incredible sports facilities and the wonderful outdoor playground that is Perthshire??????????????

Come listen, ask questions and get involved……

Tuesday 29th, 6.30pm , at the campus…..



ALL raised funds will go towards Outdoor Education and new PE uniforms/kit.


at the Co-op on

Saturday 10th December 10-3pm.

Any time you can spare is so appreciated…

Do get in touch with Libby Hughes –

NEWS from the Science Department

‘Space Education Quality Mark’ at bronze level.

Wonderful acknowledgement of the hard work by teachers and students in Primary and Senior and clubs including the High Altitude Balloon Club and Science Club.

As Physics teacher Mr Blair said it is the “start of a journey towards excellence in this area.”

A message from the Fundraising and Opportunities Group

‘Helping our school be the best that it can be for pupils, staff and parents’

September 2016

Breadalbane Academy Parent Council is there to support our school to be the best that it can be for pupils, staff and parents/ caresr.  We all have an important role in supporting the schools, staff and pupils; but also challenging the school if necessary.

Parent Council Meetings

The Parent Council has a monthly meeting to which anyone is welcome to come along to.  Each month we will have a different topic to learn about and to discuss and voice our opinions.  Do come along or contact the Chair, Andrew Rae on  Dates of meetings for this year are (focus topics may change but dates won’t).

Tuesday 30th August

Wednesday 28th September: Review of Exam Results

Thursday 27th October: Primary Playground

Tuesday 29th November: Outdoor Education in Primary and Secondary

Wednesday 25th January: Facultisation and effects of budget cuts

Thursday 23 February: PE and Music in the Primary

Tuesday 28th March: theme to be confirmed

Wednesday 26th April: theme to be confirmed

Thursday 25th May (AGM): theme to be confirmed

Parent Council sub groups

The Parent Council also runs a number of sub-groups who work to support the school and its pupils and staff .  All are welcome to join any of these groups. Current sub groups are:

  • Fundraising and Opportuntities Group
  • Additional Support Needs Group
  • Comman an Parant (Gaelic Medium)
  • Primary Playground improvements
  • Parent Council communications
  • School Communications

Fundarising and Opportunities Group (FOG)

FOG aims to raise and distribute funds to support clubs, events and trips for the  pupils of Breadalbane Academy.  We run events, activities and apply for grants.  We are currently looking for people we can call on to help with running stalls, baking or maybe helping with events or in whatever way you can.  Events for this year include a Ceilidh or cheese and wine; Bag packing; Thrift shop; pub quiz; bake sales; perhaps a sponsored event and our end of year celebration.

Please email  if you can help .


Parent Council and FOG

You can download a copy of this letter. You can also download a copy of the Fundraising and Opportunity Group’s letter to school staff.