SPECIAL ASSEMBLIES – TODAY
We will have 3 services of commemoration for the centenary of the armistice to end the Great War.
08.30 -09.10 S1 and S2 – please register in the Assembly Hall
09.10 – 09.50 S5 and S6
09.50 -10.30 S3 and S4
LIBRARY BOOK FAIR
A number of S6s are running a Book Fair at the school library during breaktime and lunchtime. We will be selling posters, books and stationary. All purchases will be going towards Penicuik Family Learning Centre, a local charity. We will also be continuing the Book Fair at the Penicuik Library this Friday 9 November 1-3pm, Saturday 10 November 12-3pm and Sunday 11 November 12-3pm. The book fair is only running until next week at the school. So pop along and treat yourself.
Are you thinking about leaving school at Christmas? If so it is important that you apply for a January start college course even if it is a back-up to your intended plan. The applications have now opened for January start courses at Edinburgh College. To find out more look online, speak to Caroline Steele (Careers Adviser), or your guidance teacher, as soon as possible.
Mrs C Steele
‘MATHS INSIDE’ COMPETITION
Congratulations to our 2 x S6 pupils who were highly commended in the 2018 University of Glasgow ‘Maths Inside’ photography competition. Well done both!
The Art Department
EARLY NOTICE OF SPORTS COUNCIL MEETING
Penicuik HS Sports Council will meet on Thursday 29 November at lunchtime in the PE classroom. Please bring lunch with you. This meeting is for all current & previous Young Ambassadors, pupils that were on the Sports Council last year and anyone who is interested in joining the Sports Council.
Active Schools Coordinator
Any pupils who wish to borrow a tennis ball for kicking about at break and lunchtime on the playground outside the Design and Technology department are welcome to borrow them from Mr Beards in the D&T staff base.
S3 BUSINESS GROUP
Throughout November S3 Business students are taking part in a national enterprise challenge. For this they are trying to raise as much money as possible and you will hopefully see them around school doing a host of activities, like selling Christmas-themed gifts. Please try to support them if you can!