Please find below today’s daily bulletin. Thank you.
Friday morning – Because the senior concourse and dining centre will be used for Citizenship Day at morning break no seniors will be able to use these areas. Seniors may go to the junior dining centre from 10:30.
The Puzzle Club and Chess Club will take place in Room 1.5 every Friday from 1.40pm to 2.10pm.
Any pupils wishing to do their Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award this year should attend a lunchtime meeting in the Assembly hall next week. 4th year pupils for Silver Award meet on Monday 11th November. 5th year pupils for Gold Award meet on Tuesday 12th November. Alternatively, if you cannot attend, please come to the climbing wall from next week to collect an information letter.
Mr P Cunningham, Outdoor Education Instructor
Winter Ball – The Head Team will be selling tickets for Winter Ball on Tuesday 12th in the concourse at break and lunch for all S6’s and Wednesday 13th in the Assembly Hall for all S5’s at break and lunch. Tickets will cost £18.
The Head Team
Oakbank Christmas Fair – Oakbank Primary School are holding their annual Christmas Fair on Thursday 5th December from 5pm-8pm. They would love to have some PHS pupils helping again. If you would like to do this please give your name to Mr Murray or Miss Sorbie.
Mr Murry/ Miss Sorbie
Shoebox Appeal 2019 – We now have 2 weeks to go to get as many shoeboxes as we can ready to send. Your registration teacher has the checklist of what can be put in these shoeboxes. Please can we try and get as many in as we can.
Kinfauns House Team/ Mr Kelman
All Pupils – We are missing a number of school strips and we are having a ‘Kit Amnesty’. If you have a running vest, school football strip, hockey strip etc please return them to PE as soon as possible. Some have been missing for over a year so please check at home and return what you have.
If you feel embarrassed about having held on to kit for so long then you can leave it in the PE classroom or in the room beside the classroom. We just need them back otherwise we will need to send teams out to play matches in bibs and we would rather pupils had nice kit/strips to wear at fixtures. Miss Cook
S1 Pupils – Mr Munro will be taking the table tennis club this lunchtime as Miss Cook is out of school today. Club will start at 1.30pm as normal.
All Pupils – A reminder that girls football (5-a-sides) will take place on Monday at lunchtime in the old games hall.
All S6 Final Prom Deposit – Final prom deposit cash collections will be on the 13th November in the Assembly Hall at lunch. Parentpay payments should also be paid by the 12th November.
Pupil Chaplains – There will be a pupil chaplain planning meeting on Friday 8th November during periods 1&2 in G19 (Mr Kelman’s room). It is important that all pupil chaplains attend. There is still some space for anyone else wanting to be involved on the pupil chaplaincy team. Please email Mrs Black in music if you are interested at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you feel embarrassed about having held on to kit for so long then you can leave it in the PE classroom or in the room beside the classroom. We just need them back otherwise we will need to send teams out to play matches in bibs and we would rather pupils had nice kit/strips to wear at fixtures.
S3 Girls: Engineering for Girls at Strathclyde University – choosing your subjects for S4? Thinking about a career in engineering? Never considered a career in engineering but would like to find out more? This event is for you! Join in 5 days of activities at Strathclyde University, Engineering the Future for girls from 8th – 12th June 2020.
Pupils aged 16 and above: Land-based Pre-Apprenticeship programme (6 months full-time work) – Applications are now open for Ringlink Scotland’s Summer Intake starting mid-June 2020. 28 places available with candidates undertaking a 3 week practical induction at SRUC, Craibstone. Employment placements then follow for a period of 26 weeks working full-time from mid-July – early January. £1500 training fund offered throughout the programme which includes certificated training tickets. Applications open now until: 20th March 2020. Information pack available from Mrs Martin.
S4/S5 – Automotive opportunities (Vehicle mechanics and vehicle body repair at Perth College): a limited number of places will be available from January year for pupils interested in either vehicle mechanics or body repair to attend Perth College for a number of weeks to experience one or other of these courses, subject to individual timetables. If you are interested and have NOT already given your name to Mrs Martin, please let her know asap.
Christmas Leavers – Automotive: if you are interested in apprenticeships in the automotive industry and maybe thinking of leaving school at Christmas, Perth College have spaces in their three day a week access course from January. From the access course students can enrol on full time courses and progress into work placements/apprenticeships through industry links with the College. If you are interested and would like to find out more, please give your name to Mrs Martin.
Mrs Martin Can any Senior Pupils who know how to use Photoshop Illustrator please see Miss Thompson in Pupil Support, G31. Miss Thompson
Photoshop Illustrator – Can any Senior Pupils who know how to use Photoshop Illustrator please see Miss Thompson in Pupil Support, G31.