Christmas Jumper Day – Wednesday 13 December

This Wednesday there will be a Christmas Jumper Day to raise funds for Save the Children.  All pupils wearing a Christmas Jumper should bring in a donation of £1.

This is NOT a non-uniform day.  All pupils not wearing a Christmas jumper should be in uniform.

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Craft Fayre – Seeking Raffle Prize Donations and Home Baking

Everyone is invited to attend the Craft Fayre this Saturday at the high school from 11.30 am until 2.30 pm.  All proceeds will go to the Highland Hospice. The event is being organised by the school’s S3 class.

We are seeking donations for raffle prizes and/or home baking.

There are still a few tables left at a cost of £10.  If  you are interested, please contact Diana Bain, Business Education teacher at diana.bain@highland.gov.uk.

 

Tesco Bags of Help and the Robert McBeath Memorial Garden

We have been selected to take part in Tesco’s Bags of Help!   Our project is the creation of the Robert McBeath Memorial Garden (where the cairn and information board is situated).  The winner gets £4,000, the runner up £2,000 and third place gets £1,000.

If you shop in the Ullapool Tesco store between 1st September and 31st October, you will get a token to vote.  Alternatively if you use the “click and collect” service during these dates, you can hand in your receipts to the school office and we can take them to the store for tokens.

Please vote for us!

Coast to Coast 17

They’re off!

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:

http://www.fundrazr.com/coast2coast17

For more news and photos of the walk, Coast to Coast has its own Facebook page

http://www.facebook.com/coast2coastsutherland

Click the link below to read or download Mr Smart’s information sheet for Kinlochbervie parents.

Coast To Coast 17

 

Coast to Coast 17

On 2 June, senior pupils from Kinlochbervie, Golspie and Dornoch High Schools will set off from Dunrobin Castle and walk across Sutherland over a five-day period .  At Laxford Bridge, the group will be met by the Lochinver Lifeboat who will transport them to their final destination – Loch Clash in Kinlochbervie.  .

The group will be fundraising for the RNLI, the East Sutherland Rescue Service, and Friends of Sutherland Veterans.  The three schools will also benefit.

Click the link below to read or download Mr Smart’s information sheet for Kinlochbervie parents.

Coast To Coast 17

There is also a Facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/coast2coastsutherland

You can donate either directly to the school or via the following website:

http://www.fundrazr.com/coast2coast17