13 Sep

Please find below today’s daily bulletin. Thank you.


Staff/pupils – the library will be CLOSED BREAK TIME TODAY due to our Reading Ambassadors’ meeting.  Apologies for any inconveniences. 

Mrs Burns

Fashion Pupils – Can all Fashion pupils from last year please collect their practical work from Mrs Mason in 3.15 by the 22nd September.

Mrs Mason

S1/2 Rugby meeting at break time today in new PE hall. 

Mr Dearden

Crochet Club! – Do you want to learn to crochet? Or perhaps want to practice and hone your skills?  Come to room 4.1 on Thursday lunchtime (1.35 onwards), feel free to bring your lunch.  You don’t need to bring materials; all will be provided.  All year’s welcome, but space will be limited, so let Miss Daley know if your are really keen.

Miss Daley

Puzzle Club – Puzzle Club is on Thursday lunchtimes from 1.35pm in room 1.4. There is a great selection of board and card games, open to all year groups. Come along on your own or bring a friend or two with you.

Miss Morrow

Outdoor Education: Climbing club will resume next week (WB: 18TH Sept) in a reduced format for the time being. Should you wish to attend, please collect a climbing consent form from the office and return to Mrs Freeman in the office. If you have attended climbing club in the past, you will still require a new consent form for the new academic year.

Climbing club will run on a Tuesday lunchtime and a Thursday after school. Booking will be required to secure your place. Please book by popping into see Lisa in the climbing wall. (Mon-Thurs).

Young Carers Hub – We are delighted that our Young Carers Hub is running every Wednesday lunch time in Connect (at the end of the Guidance corridor). All year groups and new members welcome. If it’s your first time joining us, feel free to bring a friend.

See you there!

Mrs Yellowley and James

Are you aged 12+ and interested in film and TV?  The 9th Annual Scottish Youth Film Festival is coming to North inch Community Campus in Perth on September 30th. 

From 10am until 5pm we’ll be welcoming young people aged 12 and upwards who’re interested in film and TV and want to find out more. 

We’ll be showing the best films made in Scotland by under 19’s, handing out prizes at our Awards show and running a whole host of workshops, talks and panels including special effects make up, animation and scriptwriting. All run by film industry professionals.  All for free.

Main auditorium talks are accessible with a general admission ticket. 

Book specific workshops here. 


The festival moves location each year. This is the first time it has ever been held in Perth.

See Mrs Fraser in 4.5 for more details