Please see the letter below from Dr Vance for all students in S4, S5 and S6. The letter contains information about receiving your assessment results and the appeals process.
The Fire Service recently shared this presentation for secondary age pupils about water safety. During this warm weather and with wild swimming becoming much more of a mainstream activity, it is important everyone is aware of the risks and how to remain safe.
On the In-Service Days on 7th & 8th June, some senior pupils will be completing assessments in school. Only those pupils with assessments scheduled need to come in to school on Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th June. Buses will run as normal for those pupils who require transport but the canteen will not be open. The letter below explains the assessment arrangements for these two days in detail.
As you know, Thursday 6th May is an In-Service Day and the school is closed to all pupils. In addition the Scottish Government has allocated two additional In-Service Days, which in Highland will be:
- Monday 7th June (All Schools)
- Tuesday 8th June (Secondary Schools ONLY)
The letter below clarifies the rationale and arrangements for these additional In-Service Days.
At the end of last week, two positive cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in school. Parents of those pupils who have been identified as close contacts have been informed and the pupils concerned are isolating for a period of 10 days.
Please see the the letter below from NHS Highland for more details.
Staff in school have produced a guide to revision and study skills that may prove useful in helping students prepare for future assessments. The guide below features advice about:
- Organisation and Resources
- Routine and Scheduling
- Learning Styles
- Revision Techniques
- Revision Games
- Revision Resources
The Scottish Government has confirmed that all pupils will return to school after the Easter Break, from Monday 19th April. Please see the letter below from Dr Vance with details about what this means for pupils.
Do you know a young person interested in becoming a Member of the Scottish Youth Parliamemt for Highland?
Are you a young person interested in becoming a MSYP
The Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) represents Scotland’s young people. SYP has democratically elected members, aged 14-25 who listen to and recognise the issues that are most important to young people, ensuring that their voices are heard by decision makers. SYP encourage all of Scotland’s young people to play their part in achieving their vision and provide a national platform for their participation in democracy.
In Highland, there is the opportunity for 6 young people who are 14-25 years old to stand as MSYPs:
- 2 in Inverness and Nairn
- 2 in Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch
- 2 in Caitlhness, Sutherland and Ross
Nominations officially open TODAY, 1st April 2021. Candidate Expressions of Interest must be received by 30th June 2021.
Please see the link below for more information.
Anyone aged 16 or over is able to vote in the Scottish Parliament Elections on 6th May 2021. You must register before you can vote and the deadline for this is 19th April. This can be done online. You must also be either a British citizen, an Irish citizen or a citizen of another country living in Scotland who has permission to enter or stay in the UK, or who does not need permission. Please see the slides on the link below or watch the short video explaining how elections to the Scottish Parliament work.