The list of lunch and after school activities has been updated for this term.
The school wishes to congratulate the following pupils for their recent achievements:
- Lewis Parker – Black Belt in Jujitsu
- Andy MacKenzie – Youth B Champion 2015 for the Inverness & District Motorcycle Club (motorbike trials)
- Kinlochbervie High School Girls’ Football Team for their 7-0 victory over Farr High School
Thank you to parents and pupils for continuing to share their successes with us.
New dates have been added to the timetable for this term including dates for the end of term concert, the prizegiving ceremony and the Leavers’ Dinner and Dance.
Dates for Your Diary
Click below to view the latest Parent Newsletter to read the latest news from the school, including information about exam leave, staffing and course choices for next year. staffing and the feedback from the recent parent questionnaires.
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The school raised a total of £565.50 for Sport Relief with a variety of activities including Zumbathon, Footballathon, House Challenges, a House Bake Off and a bake sale.
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KINLOCHBERVIE HIGH SCHOOL PARENT COUNCIL
TUESDAY 19TH APRIL 2016
IN KINLOCHBERVIE HIGH SCHOOL
Meetings are quite informal and all parents are encouraged to attend.
We would like parents to feel involved with the school
and in supporting it to be best it can be.
If you want information or to add an item to the agenda
contact the secretary – Christine MacKenzie (email – email@example.com)
Tel 01971 521906 Day or 01971 521302 Evening
There was joint meeting of the Parent Councils of Kinlochbervie High School, Kinlochbervie Primary School and Durness Primary School held on 16 March 2016. The purpose was to discuss the possible move to a 4.5 day week. Also in attendance were Susan Robertson (head teacher), Linda Munro (Local Councillor), Graham Nichols (Area Education Manager) and Barry Northedge (Quality Improvement Manager).
There will be a public meeting on 26 April 2016 at 7:00 pm to discuss the proposed closure of Achfary Primary School.
Highland Council is seeking the views of local communities on the future of Achfary Primary School, which has been mothballed since the summer of 2012.
Under the proposal children would attend Kinlochbervie Primary School, which is around 15 miles away. In practice pupils from the Achfary area have been attending either Kinlochbervie Primary School or Scourie Primary School since July 2012.
The views of parents, school pupils, the local community and others will be sought over a period extending from 11 April to 24 May 2016.
Several documents are available for viewing or downloading.
The full proposal report can be viewed here: Achfary Proposal Paper
One of the most interesting documents is the comparison of options. Click below for a PDF version of Appendix B which compares 4 options (transfer to Kinlochbervie PS, transfer to Scourie PS, continued mothballing and staying open).
Below are links to all of the background documents that have been provided by Highland Council.