There will not be a Green Team meeting this week due to French talking exams taking place. The Green Team will be back up and running after the Easter break!
The Bulletin: S1
Could all the boys who never received a parental letter yesterday (Monday) please come down to see Mr MacDonald today for the game against Ross High after school tomorrow.
The French Department will be carrying out the Final Talking Assessment Tuesday 28th, Wednesday 29th, Thursday 30th and Friday 31st. Pupils should not come into the French Department (outside Miss Laudi's, Mrs Cochrane's & Miss McBride's rooms) or the 1st floor of English (outside Mr Fyvie's/Mrs Rankine's rooms) unless they have a class, this includes at break and lunch time as Talking Assessments will still being carried out. Signs have been put to remind pupils and to advise on noise level, please respect these requests as the assessment is worth 30% of pupils final grade.
Yesterday was a successful day for the staff in the football match against the S6 team with a comfortable 5-1 victory. Mr Gilholm slotted a penalty away, Mr Wands scored a screamer into the top corner from the edge of the box and Mr Crawford completed a perfect hat-trick. The S6's got a late consolation goal before the referee blew the final whistle. Thanks to all staff and pupils for taking part and to those who came down to support the game.
The fire drill yesterday was a success with everyone being out of the building in under 4 minutes.
Could all pupils remember to leave the building quickly and quietly (not chatting and sauntering along), and be aware of where their nearest fire exit is?
Any S1 who are not going to Wales and were given a letter about the other activities on offer (Blair Drummon, Fox Lake, Deap Sea World) should have handed in their deposit, PC1 and return slip. If you have not already done this please do so ASAP. Any issues please speak to Miss McBride ASAP.
After school, staff will take on the S6 pupils out the back of the school in an epic football match. Everyone is welcome to come along and watch the game (as long as you are supporting the teachers)!!
Thanks Mr MacDonald