Click the link below to view or download the latest Standards and Quality report for Kinlochbervie High School.
The high school opened in 1995 and was the result of a long successful campaign led by area parents for a new school. Prior to 1995 area children went to high schools on the East Coast and stayed in local hostels.
This is the ideal time to look again at the film “Puts Eton in the Shade” which chronicles the school’s first week.
The first regular meeting of 2016-2017 was held on 6 September 2016 after the Annual General Meeting. Regular meetings take place once a term. Click below to read or download the minutes of the first meeting.
The Head Teacher also presents a report at every meeting with information on what is going on in the school.
The following Highland Council web page gives some general information on Parent Councils.
This page states that the role of the Parent Council is to:
- Support the school in its work with pupils
- Represent the views of all parents
- Encourage links between the school, parents, pupils, pre-school groups and the wider community
- Report back to all the parents in the school (the parent forum)
- Play a role in the appointment of headteachers and deputy headteachers
- Support the school and pupils during school inspections
The Annual General Meeting of the Parent Council was held on 6 September 2016 and a new Executive elected.
Executive of Parent Council for 2016-2017
Information about the Parent Council can always be accessed by clicking on the Parent Council tab in the menu bar above.
The school held a “Wear Gold” Day on 9 September 2016 with a bake sale and payment of £2 for the privilege of not wearing a uniform. The event raised £290.50 for the Kayla’s Fundraiser campaign, which is raising money for various charities that have supported Kinlochbervie Primary School pupil Kayla and her family during her long illness.
More information about Kayla’s Fundraiser can be found in a recent Northern Times article:
Liam Flett was awarded the Sutherland Junior Sports Award for 2015-2016 for his achievement in athletics and his commitment to football and shinty. He is only the second pupil in the school’s history to receive this award. Liam was presented with the award by Lady Gillian Strathnaver at a ceremony at Dunrobin Castle.
Read the full story from the September 9 edition of the Northern Times.
Last Friday we were delighted to host members of the Vancouver Police Pipe Band who visited us in school and also played a dedication at the Robert McBeath VC memorial cairn. The whole school went up to the cairn which was built as part of the McBeath Project in 2009, leading to some close ties being formed with the VPD and two school visits to Vancouver. After the ceremony the visitors were shown some of the beautiful scenery around Kinlochbervie and visited Oldshoremore Beach and Drumnaguie.