Highland Council is concerned by plans that the Scottish Government is proposing to make significant changes to how schools are managed. The Council has issued an open letter to parents and encourages parents to discuss the new proposals. Click the link below to view or download the letter from Highland Council.
2018.01.22 – Ed Gov -parents
The government’s proposals may be viewed at:
The prelims happen over 6 weeks starting on 24 January 2018 and ending on the 2 March 2018.
Click the link below to view or download the full timetable.
Preliminary Exams for S4-S6 pupils will be held in the period starting 22 January. A full timetable will be issued shortly.
Welcome back to school after the Christmas/New Year holiday. All the latest news is in the January newsletter. Click the link below to view or download it.
Newsletter January 2018
News items include:
- Fundraising – Craft Fayre, Children in Need, Christmas Jumper Day
- Active Boys and Active Girls
- Youth and Philanthropy Initiative
- Quality Improvement Team Visit
- Staff Training – Outstanding Teaching Course
- Kenyan Connections
- Ceramics Exhibition
The school Christmas party has been rescheduled. The party will now be held on the last day of term (Friday 22 December in the morning). Pupils may wear their Christmas jumper (no charity donation needed) or their school uniform.
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.
The school is closed today and will remain closed tomorrow (Friday 8 December 2017).
Because of Storm Caroline, Kinlochbervie High School and adjacent Kinlochbervie Primary School will be closed tomorrow Thursday 7 December. A decision will be made tomorrow about Friday.
There will be a Christmas show on Wednesday 20 December at 7.00 pm at the high school. The pupils will be performing their interpretation of The Snowman and The Polar Express. Admission by donation – money raised will go to school funds and local charities.
As winter is definitely upon us, it is a good idea to remind everyone about school closures due to severe weather. This information can also always be viewed in the right sidebar.
To find out whether the school is closed, please telephone 0800 5642272. When prompted for a PIN number, please enter 04 1130.
The Highland Council school closures web site is: