We have provisionally booked the Loch Eil Outward Bound Centre near Fort William for the week of 8-12 February 2016. The trip will be open to pupils in S1-S3 and will involve a range of activities designed to encourage confidence and achievement. The trip is heavily subsidised but we anticipate a charge per child of £150 for the week.
Click the links below for more information. If you are interested, please fill in and complete the Expression of Interest. There will be an information meeting at a later date.
Letter to Parents
Expression of Interest (to be signed and returned to the school)
Please visit the Outward Bound website for more information about this organisation.
Our drive to collect donations for refugees who have been displaced by war has been very successful. With the generous support of the Kinlochbervie High School community, we have sent a massive amount to Ullapool from where the donations will be forwarded to refugee camps across Europe. Tents, sleeping bags and tarpaulins have already been sent to Greece. Thank you to everyone who has supported this effort.
The Junior Boys Football Team have reached the finals of the Small Schools Football Tournament. The tournament will be held in Inverness. The date and opposing team are still to be confirmed.
Starting next week Ann Robbins will be joining us to teach Health and Food Technology in S1 – S3 classes.
We extend a big welcome to Michelle Baron who has joined the staff as a teaching assistant for German. She will be with us until the Easter break.
The school held a “Dress As A Teuchter Day” on the last day of the autumn term and raised an impressive £274.95 for Save the Children. Each Teuchter paid £2.50 for the privilege of dressing up. Money was also raised through a bake sale, throwing wet sponges at Mr Smart and paying to Guess the Name of the Collie (won by Iona).
View more photos here.
Mrs Robertson and Miss MacLeod are now on their way home. See photos and read Miss MacLeod’s blog here.
Sorting Donations – Refugee Crisis
In only a few days we have received an amazing number of donations. Pupil sorted and packed the items today. They will be taken during the holidays to the nearest drop-off point and then to Calaid in Ross-shire for onward transportation to refugee camps.
The school is collecting for donations for the Refugee Crisis. All donations will be gratefully received and should be sent in to the school by Thursday 8 October. They will then be sent to Calaid in Ross-shire who will arrange for onward transportation.
Please the poster below for a list of what is needed.
The pupils are organising a fundraising day for Save the Children on Friday 9 October. More information will be put on the website as soon as the details are finalised.