About Us

Welcome to Milne's High School


On behalf of the Milne's High School Community, it gives me great pleasure to introduce you to our website which we are currently updating to include more relevant news and information about the school.


At Milne’s High School we aim for individuals to:


·       be ambitious to achieve excellence

·       feel safe, happy, respected and included

·       realise their potential, develops a positive attitude to lifelong learning

·       contribute positively to the school community

·       benefit from effective partnership working.


Our school vision is about striving to raise attainment for all by being the very best we can be within the key areas of curriculum design, learning and teaching, creating an ethos of ambition, self-evaluation, supporting learners to achieve success and leadership of learning at all levels.


This vision is underpinned by our core values of Honesty, Aspiration, Respect and Diligence.


I warmly welcome your visit as we aim to ensure that Milne’s High School is a community where the individual matters and expectations are high.


Trish Cameron


Head Teacher


Named Person Service

The Named Person Service must be made available to all children from birth to 18 years of age.  During the holiday period the Named Person Service will be covered by the Local Authority centrally.   The Duty Named Persons can be contacted through the general enquiries line on 01343 563374 or via the generic e-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

As always if the Named Person is not available and there is a concern for a child, a call must be made to Duty Social Work on 01343 563900 (08457 565 656 out of office hours) and/or the Police on 101.


Inspection Report

Dear Parent

I write to inform you that our inspection report has been published today.  It can be found on the following link:    https://education.gov.scot/inspection-reports/moray/5202930

Paper copies are available on request from the school office. 

Thank you to all parents who supported us through this period.


Trish Cameron

Head Teacher


ASN Strategy

A series of drop-in sessions will take place later this summer prior to the implementation of Moray Council’s strategy on additional support needs for schoolchildren.

The strategy has already been approved by councillors and draft action plans, in order of priority, have been prepared for each of the eight outcomes, taking into account feedback from the consultation on the draft strategy.

The drop-in sessions will allow interested parties to study the action plans and make further suggestions.

The sessions will be held at the Forres Academy library and Keith Community Centre on Tuesday 22 August 2017 from 6 pm to 8 pm and at Elgin Town Hall on Thursday 24 August 2017 from 10 am to 6 pm.

These will be informal sessions with no requirement to book places. Members of the working group involved in developing the strategy and draft action plans will be in attendance at all three sessions.

Draft action plans and priorities will be circulated after the summer holidays to allow people time to consider their content.