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Pupils and Staff took part in a wonderful Christmas Concert showcasing the talents of all last night (7th December).
In front of an audience of invited guests, friends and family they performed a wide range of musical pieces including many Christmas tunes.
What a lovely way to start heading towards Christmas!
Congratulations to all who took part in this successful event, and to those who organised it.
As a school we have managed to collect 132 shoeboxes (45 more than last year) for Operation Christmas Child.
The 6th year leadership group are very proud of their achievement and would like to thank everyone who has contributed and supported this cause.
We will be collecting items for the Foodbank on Thursday 15th and Friday 16th December.
All donations will be gratefuly received.
Any S3 pupils interested in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Trip to the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh should meet in A202 Wednesday 14th at 1.30pm. This will be a 3-hour visit, where groups will get stuck in to hands-on workshops, listen to short, inspiring talks by motivational young speakers, and meet early and mid-career professionals from a wide range of companies and enterprises to find out more about what it is like to work in STEM fields.
Could the 2017 India Expedition Group please meet in B102 at lunchtime on Thursday 8th December to discuss fundraising.
Please see Miss Strachan/ Mr Meehan if for any reason, you are unable to attend.
The Geography department are delighted to announce that 125 of our S2 pupils successfully achieved their certificated John Muir Award.
Pupils participated in a series of outdoor learning lessons in both Geography and PE during the summer term where they discovered, explored and conserved the wild places around the school.
Pupils took part in orienteering, completed leaf and tree surveys, created nature collages, completed litter picks, planted wild flower seeds, built bug hotels and bird feeders and took beautiful photographs documenting all of their adventures!
Pupils then shared these experiences by creating a portfolio of work on John Muir, Nature and Conservation.
The staff were all very impressed with the enthusiasm, dedication and teamwork demonstrated by the pupils during these outdoor lessons.
Staff were also amazed by the creative and unique portfolio pieces that pupils produced. Pupils produced many amazing pieces from posters and leaflets to 3D model woodlands, bumblebee cakes, wildflower prints and endangered species empire biscuits!
Well done to our superb S2 pupils!
A big thank you to all the 1st and 2nd year for the tremendous generosity you demonstrated last Friday during our St Andrew's Day Event. You donated £173 and brought in a huge number of selection boxes and other assorted chocolate items.
The Food bank will be really impressed and most grateful for your effort.
Thank you to Mr Kerr for organising this fun event.
Parents will have received a letter with the link for making appointments online.
This is a reminder that the booking system will close on Monday 5th December at 10pm.
If you have any queries regarding how to book, please contact the school office on 773680