Please find below today’s daily bulletin. Thank you.
Senior Rugby on Thursday is cancelled due to parents evening.
Lunchtime Table Tennis Club – Table Tennis club is cancelled today (Wednesday 6th) as the coaches are representing the school at Hockey. Back to normal after the holidays.
Mr Paul Active Schools
Congratulations to Nate Lacey and Ruby Dillon who won the writing and art prize, respectively, in the recent Arts Competition. Thanks to all who entered – work will be showcased online soon. Join the Google Classroom for updates on a Halloween-themed art and writing competition, deadline 25th Oct 2021. But any work can be uploaded at any time. Google Classroom code: 2xzfpej
READING AMBASSADORS – Can everyone who signed up as interested in being a Reading Ambassador please come along to the Library at some point today. This is just to check what days and times suits everyone for future meetings.
S5/S6 Study – Can seniors please note that there will be NO access to the Library or laptops for private study during periods 3, 4 & 5 tomorrow. Apologies.
S6 PUPILS – Can all S6 pupils please join the S6 Yearbook & Group Chat google classroom. The code is 47ikbkc. This is important for you to get information about the yearbook and content for inclusion, as well as a space to share other S6 news. So, PLEASE JOIN!
S1-6 and family members: SRUC – Scotland’s Rural College: A week of online events commencing 4 October 2021
Details of all the events at Open days & events | SRUC – book and attend whichever you are interested in. Each event is approximately an hour. You can join live sessions or listen later on catch-up.
Please register for all events of interest to you, whether you can attend the live event or not (i.e. during school time). The organisers can send a recording of the event and more information to you if you register your details.
Young STEM Leader Programme for S6 – Leadership opportunity available for ANY S6 pupil! The Young STEM Leader Programme (YSLP) is an exciting new award which aims to spark greater interest and participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) among young people in Scotland.
This programme aims to help you develop important personal skills that are increasingly in demand from employers, colleges and universities. It is also accredited by the SQA and worth SCQF points.
Participation in the programme will help develop your leadership and collaboration skills, as well as look really good on applications for university and employment. There will also be lots of opportunities to work with younger age groups, possibly including Primary pupils. The programme is open to any S6 pupil whatever subjects you are studying this year. You just need to be keen!
To find out more information about this programme, attend a short information session in room 2.21 on Wednesday the 6th of October at 1.45pm.