Student Newsletter 24 October 2018

BIG ART CLUB – ADDITIONAL DATES  

We are having an additional Big Art Club after school TODAY, 3.25pm-4.30pm and also Monday 29 October. It will then go back to normal (alternate Mondays starting on 12 November).  Please let your parent/carer know if you intend staying after school today.  Thank you.

Miss Hardie

 

S4 – N5 HISTORY

After school revision classes will begin TODAY and take place every Wednesday until the Prelim, from 3.30 – 4.30 in room 24. All N5 History pupils are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Mrs Forbes

 

S1-3 – WWI COMPETITION

BREAKING NEWS: WAR IS OVER! 2018 Learning Competition is your chance to imagine how you would report the end of the First World War if it happened in 2018. For our exciting competition we’d like you to produce your own news report announcing the end of the First World War. You might want to record a video, write a press article or online news piece, produce a blog or compile a series of social media posts.

All entries MUST be into Mrs Forbes by Friday 30 November. If you need any more information, see Mrs Forbes.

Mrs Forbes

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Student Newsletter 23 October 2018

MALAWI

A huge thank you to everyone involved in making the Partnership Celebration Event such a success, particularly all of the staff, S6 pupils and the Malawi Group. We hope everybody enjoyed the day, and we look forward to working together to develop our partnership in the months and years to come!

Mrs Andrew & Mr Murphy

 

SCHOLAR

SCHOLAR’s upcoming Online Tutor Sessions are:

Day Date Time Subject Level
Tuesday 23/10/2018 6pm English Higher
Thursday 25/10/2018 6pm Maths National 5

For more information on how to take part in upcoming sessions, please visit SCHOLAR’s Online Tutor Sessions.

Dr Alder

 

REPORT TO OFFICE

Can the named pupils please report to the office at morning break TODAY.  Thank you.

Mrs Davidson

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Student Newsletter 12 October 2018

MALAWI FACT OF THE DAY:

Malawi is a landlocked country.  It is surrounded by three other African countries, Mozambique, Zambia and Tanzania.  Although it doesn’t have a coast of its own, it does have a large lake called ‘Lake Malawi,’ which is the ninth largest lake in the world and the second deepest lake in Africa.  Lake Malawi is also known as the ‘Calendar Lake’ as it it 365 miles from top to bottom, 52 miles across at its widest point and has 12 rivers flowing into it.

Mr Murphy

 

S1 REPORTS

If you did not get your report yesterday then please collect it from the office before you go home today.  Thank you.

Mr Edie

 

GIRLS’ JUNIOR NETBALL

Junior Netball will not be running the first day back after the holidays (Tuesday 23 October). It will return as normal the following week (Tuesday 30 October).

Miss Campbell

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Student Newsletter 11 October 2018

MALAWI FACT OF THE DAY:

Malawi is often called the Warm Heart of Africa.  This is because the people are very kind, in fact it has been selected as one of the kindest countries in the world to strangers. This small landlocked country is also one of the safest places in Africa.

Mr Murphy

 

ASSEMBLIES

There will be three assemblies THIS MORNING.

S5/6 registration -8.55am

S3 and S4 -9am -9.15am

S1 and S2 9.20-9.40 am

Mr Edie

 

GIRLS’ JUNIOR NETBALL

Junior Netball will not be running the first day back after the holidays (Tuesday 23 October). It will return as normal the following week (Tuesday 30 October).

Miss Campbell

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