Bulletin – Wednesday 10th November

Eco Project: Todays class for litter picking is 1M2 PSE with V Wright.

S4/5/6 – Assessment Window 1 information: In case you don’t have your alerts on you can access the assessment window 1 schedule in your Assembly Team in the SQA and assessment channel.

A small number of pupils will have a coincidence assessment, please see your class teachers if this is the case.

Two updates – all N5 English pupils in S4/5/6 will sit their assessments in November and there the timing of Mr Hendry’s Computing assessment has been changed.

H Biology, Human Biology and AH Biology will take place in January.

S1-S6 Choir: Choir rehearsals begin on Thursday 11th November at 1.15pm in the drama studio.  All old and new members welcome.

S1/S2: A reminder that Craft Club is today at lunchtime in F29. Bring your lunch along and we’ll get creative. Looking forward to seeing you.

S3 Football Team:  Could all those in the S3 football squad please come along to a short meeting in the PE games hall today during morning break.  Details of the arrangements for the season will be issued, so please make sure you attend.

Climate Scavenger Hunt: To raise awareness of COP26 why not get involved and find out what you can do to help tackle the climate crisis.

On Monday 8th, Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th QR codes will be placed around the school each day. Scan the code and find out what action you can take to tackle climate change, collect all 8 climate action solutions. The final QR code will be placed in the LRC on Thursday 11th at lunchtime where you can also sign the Unicef petition to demand the government protect children’s rights in their decisions on the climate crisis and make a pledge to take action.

Once you have collected all 8 solutions from the QR codes hand your answers to Mrs. Harvey-Jamieson or Miss. Templeton in the LRC on Thursday lunchtime and your name will go in the draw for an awesome eco-friendly prize!

All Years: Higher Media Survey: Ms Nitsche’s Higher Media class are conducting some research to help them make ads to promote Book Week Scotland – if you can take their surveys, it would be hugely helpful.