Please find below today’s daily bulletin. Thank you.
As of Monday 24 June all pre-ordered lunches have to be picked up from The Junior Dining Hall.
Lockers – Any pupils with lockers MUST empty them and return their keys to the school office by the end of term. Deposits will then be issued. Office staff will remove any items left in the lockers during the summer holidays.
Mrs Molley, Office
Reminder to all volunteers for the Litter Pick on Monday 24th June at 2.15pm. Please meet Ms Egginton in the foyer next to the school office at 2.10pm. Thanks.
S4-6: Apprentice Field Service Engineer, John Deere – John Deere is an industry leading company providing products and services for agriculture, construction, forestry, ground care and power systems. This opportunity offers a 3 year modern apprenticeship training in the maintenance, repair and optimisation of John Deere equipment. An interest/aptitude in mechanics and engineering is needed. For further info please speak to Mrs Martin.
Eurobooks – Staff and Students (All year groups) – Any books borrowed from our visiting European language collection must be returned to Mrs Wallace in the Modern Languages Department by Monday 24th June at the very latest so they can be packed up and sent off to their next destination.
Mrs L Wallace
There will be a special one-off assembly for pupils and staff who took part in the 5k parkrun on Monday 24th June from 9 to 9:10am. A member of staff from Teenage Cancer Trust will be coming to the school to accept a cheque for £10,713. We will also award some special prizes in recognition of fundraising over and above the call of duty. Please register in your support class first, and then head straight down to the assembly hall for a 9am start.
Please be aware that from the end of term (Friday 28th June) pupils will no longer be able to access their email via outlook and from August will use Glow. Can all pupils make sure that any emails that they wish to save are moved from this email account before the holidays.
Miss L Sorbie
Gateway to medicine programme – The university of St Andrews is now accepting notes of interest for their gateway to medicine programme starting in September. This programme would be an alternative to S6 at school and candidates who have a successful year of study would gain entry to the traditional 6 year A100 Medicine degree programme. See Mr Kirk for further details.
Mr G Kirk
S4 College Applications – Any pupil who still requires to complete an application form for their Construction or Hairdressing course should report to room 3.2 on Tuesday period 2.
Mr C Murray