All proceeds to the fund for a new Minibus and to the Vancouver trip in October.
It is necessary to postpone Sports Day again -it will now happen on Tuesday 20 June.
The school’s Sports Day has been moved from tomorrow to this Thursday 15 June 2017.
Good luck to Stuart, Kieran, Lucy, Alan and Mr Smart who have now set out from Dunrobin Castle on the Coast to Coast Walk. They join pupils from Golspie and Dornoch High Schools for a five-day walk across Sutherland. At Laxford Bridge, the Lochinver Lifeboat will meet the group and transport them to Kinlochbervie. We expect them to arrive at Loch Clash in Kinlochbervie on Tuesday afternoon.
The group are fundraising for the RNLI, the East Sutherland Rescue Service and Friends of Sutherland Veterans. The three schools will also benefit.
Thank you to all who given your financial support.
If you wish to donate to the effort, this can be done via the following fundraising website:
For more news and photos of the walk, Coast to Coast has its own Facebook page
Click the link below to read or download Mr Smart’s information sheet for Kinlochbervie parents.
Click the link below to view or download the Highland Council Schools Calendar for 2017-2018. The calendar contains dates for public holidays and in-service days.
Two KLB history pupils (Dylan and Kian) travelled to France during the Easter break to take part in ceremonies remembering the Battle of Arras in World War 1. They joined a total of 72 Scottish pupils from every local authority in the country as well as pupils from France and Canada.
WW100 Scotland has prepared three films about the commemoration.
Battle of Arras film – https://vimeo.com/217801030
Battle of Arras Additional Footage – https://vimeo.com/217797528
The World War 1 Scotland website can be reached at: http://www.ww100scotland.com/
The Northern Times also carried a story about the trip of 28 April 2017.
Please click the link below to view or download the list of dates for your diary for May and June.
Click the link below to view or download the May Parent Newsletter. It contains the latest news on sporting events and staffing.
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’s episode includes an interview on the upcoming Coast to Coast walk (starts Friday 2 June) and the Shinty Sides tournament (Saturday 4 June). The episode also contains other school and local news.