don't forgert our summer fyare is this Saturday!
We are delighted to welcome our new Head Teacher Julia Haugh-Reid. Julia has been here for a couple of weeks now and has been spending time in classes getting to know all of the pupils.
Archdiocese of Glasgow Invigilation
Pupils and their families are invited to a celebration of Mass of thanksgiving for Catholic children who attend S.E.N schools and units. This year the Mass will be celebrated on Monday 15th June at 7.00pm in St Andrew's Cathedral in Clyde Street Glasgow.
Sadly, Robert our Head Teacher is leaving on Friday 27th February. We are all very sorry to see him go and wish him all the best for the future.
Hopefully he will stay in touch and visit us from time to time.
Jane Eyre (DHT) will take over as acting head teacher until the successful candidate is appointed.
Check out the Gallery section of the website for pictures from our Christmas party, show and other festive activities.
With Christmas just around the corner the school is getting ready for a fun filled December. To see what's happening Click Here
Commonwealth Sports Day
Our Commonwealth themed sports day was a great success. In total the parents council raised £360 and most importantly the pupils had a great time!
Pictures can be found in the 2013/2014 gallery
Fridays At Parkhead
The Fridays played at Celtic Park on the pitch before kick off on Sunday, 11th May.
Please follow the links below to read articles
about Hazelwood School' s achievements
(published in the local press)
www.glasgow.gov.uk - Glasgow Magazine Feb-Mar 2010
Hazelwood praised by inspectors
September 23, 2008
A Glasgow school for deaf and blind pupils has scooped a top design award
September 11, 2009
It is easy to miss Hazelwood School. Like some kind of magic-eye optical illusion, it manages to remain invisible until you are almost upon it, then appears from a backdrop of greenery and snaps into focus
September 6, 2008
Two Glasgow buildings have been short-listed for international design awards
July 27, 2008
The new centre was made possible by the £333,783 funding from Children in Need
Accessibility for Scotland magazine: Dec 2007
A HI-TECH school in Glasgow has been praised for its innovative design at a national exhibition.
November 02, 2007
For most four-year-olds the idea of being taught how to run or jump would seem absurd. But at Hazelwood School in Glasgow, which caters for blind and deaf children it is an everyday part of the curriculum
August 29, 2007
Glasgow is leading the way in providing education for youngsters with special needs thanks to a new hi-tech school
August 29, 2007
THE most advanced learning centre in Europe for sensory-impaired kids is just weeks from opening its doors in Glasgow.
February 27, 2007