The KLB podcast series has been created as part of an elective option by students who hope to share news about the school and the wider community. This week’s episode includes an interview on the upcoming Coast to Coast walk (starts Friday 2 June) and the Shinty Sides tournament (Saturday 4 June). The episode also contains other school and local news.
Well done to our S1-S3 shinty team wbo played against Alness last Friday. The final score was 5-2 for KLB.
Congratulations to Miss Lee and Mrs MacDonald who have been appointed as Depute Head Teacher (job share) of our 3-18 ASG which covers the high school as well as area nurseries and primary schools.
All proceeds to the fund for a new Minibus and to the Vancouver trip in October.
The KLB podcast series has been created as part of an elective option by students who hope to share news about the school and the wider community. This week the group interviewed Ms Majanen and Miss Watkins following their recent appointments as permanent members of staff. The episode also features exam and study tips as well as some local news.
The full episode will be on Lochbroom FM later in the week.
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
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The SQA exam period begins today (2 May 2017) and continues until Friday 2 June.
Click the link below to read or download the letter from Mr Smart which contains the full details of study leave.
Exam leave 2017
Pupils sitting three or more exams may take the full exam leave. Pupils sitting fewer than three exams are expected to remain in school but are entitled to take the day off before the exam as well as the day of the exam.
The new timetable begins on Monday 29 May.
Any pupils leaving school at the end of this year will finish at the end of their last exam.
Interviews for permanent teachers for 3 subjects were held last week. We are delighted to announce that our three probationers were successful and are now members of full time staff.
||History/Modern Studies/Home Economics
Congratulations to all!
Two KLB history pupils (Dylan and Kian) travelled to France during the Easter break to take part in ceremonies remembering the Battle of Arras in World War 1. They joined a total of 72 Scottish pupils from every local authority in the country as well as pupils from France and Canada.
Click below to read or download the story in the Northern Times of 28 April 2017.
Arras Trip Northern Times