On Tuesday (21 March), pupils from all 3 primary schools joined us for a visit from Commonwealth Silver Medallist (Judo). Stephanie led the pupils in a session of circuit and fitness training before giving an inspirational talk at assembly about her life journey.
The KLB podcast series has been created as part of an elective option by students who hope to share news about the school and the wider community. This week the group interviewed Stephanie Inglis when she visited the school. The episode also features the first in a series of ‘staff choices’.
In addition to our SoundCloud spot, our podcast is being broadcast on Lochbroom FM on Thursday evenings and repeated on Fridays.
Click on the SoundCloud link below to hear Episode 4.
The KLB podcast series has been created as part of an elective option by students who hope to share news about the school and the wider community.
The full episode will be broadcast on Lochbroom FM later this week.
Click below to hear the preview of Episode 3 on SoundCloud:
The school will be taking part in Red Nose Day on Friday 24 March. Pupils can wear red should they wish (or come to school in uniform as normal). There will be an in-house talent show in the afternoon for house points. Pupils are asked to donate £3 each to take part or watch.
There will also be a bake sale at morning interval. We will be very grateful for any home baking sent in from parents. Pupils should also remember to bring extra money to buy baking.
The school’s podcast elective pupils have uploaded Episode 2 to SoundCloud. This podcast features an interview with Mr Keitany, a reflection on the visit from local Councillor Linda Munro as well as music and news.
it is time to select courses for next year. The Course Choice booklet 2017-2018 is now available.
On Friday 3 March, a representative of the the Highland Befrienders’ Group visited the school and accepted a cheque for the money raised for the group at the school’s December concert. The Highland Befrienders were one of the charities chosen by S3 pupils in the recent Youth and Philanthropy competition.
The senior pupils enjoyed a trip to Belfast over the recent February break. Click below to view the photos.
The Key Dates page has been updated (click the menu tab above).
Some March-April dates are:
- Thursday 9 March – Junior Girls Football Small Schools Final in Drumnadrochit
- Friday 10 March – Course Choice Booklets to Pupils
- Wednesday 15 March – S1-S2 Parents Evening
- Friday 17 March – S4-S6 Reports to Parents
- Friday 24 March – Red Nose Day
- Wednesday 29 March – S3-S5 Course Choice Parents Evening
- Tuesday 4 April – Parent Council Meeting 7.00 pm
- Wednesday 5 April – Last Day of Term
- Monday 24 April – First Day of New Term
Murdoch Jamieson, our Active Schools Coordinator, is currently working a summer activity programme. One option is to organise some activities at the Ferrycroft Centre in Lairg. Potential activities are Open Canoeing, Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Bushcraft and Raft Building.
The charge would be £25 per day plus approximately an additional £10 per day for transport. The dates would be in mid-July – probably around July 13-14. The age range is 8-14 years.
Mr Jamieson would like to have an idea of parent interest before making further commitments with the Ferrycroft Centre.
If you or your child/children might be interested in these activities, Mr Jamieson would appreciate it if you let him know.