Information on Activities Days 2019 were issued at Registration this morning –
Please find attached the Activities Days 2019 Booklet which contains details of residential and 3-day non-residential trips. Details on day trips and school activities will be issued nearer the time.
Pupils will have received an Activities Day Choice Form at registration this morning. Please discuss the trip options with them and complete and return the form by Monday, 17th September.
Once all forms are collated, if your child has opted to participate in one of these trips you will receive further information from the relevant trip leader.
ACTIVITIES DAYS 2019 CHOICE FORM S1-2
ACTIVITIES DAYS 2019 CHOICE FORM S3
Have your say on Aberdeen City’s Autism Strategy & Action Plan
Aberdeen City Health & Social Care Partnership in conjunction with Aberdeen City Council and NHS Grampian have revised the local Autism Strategy & Action Plan and would like your views during our formal consultation period.
This revised strategy & action plan has been created in partnership with Autistic People, families, professionals and organisations. It details the unpinning Strategic Vision and the actions that we wish to focus on over the life of the strategy (2019-2022).
You can view the Strategy and provide your views by visiting Aberdeen City’s Consultation site between Tuesday 21st August and Monday 1st October 2018 – https://consultation.aberdeencity.gov.uk/ or https://consultation.aberdeencity.gov.uk/aberdeen-city-health-and-social-care-partnership/aberdeencityautismstrategy
Congratulations to everyone on your results today. We hope you have been rewarded for your efforts.
Information about your SQA Certificate and the Results Service can be found on the SQA website. A copy of the SQA Post Results Service document is also available on the School Documents page of this website.
If you wish to be considered for Priority Marking Review for UCAS purposes, this must be intimated to the school by 12 noon on Monday 13 August by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over the past year the S3 Business Enterprise class honed their entrepreneurial skills as they undertook a number of enterprising ventures with the aim of making a profit. Working in partnership groups the pupils organised a Christmas Fayre, sold cakes, organised refreshments for the school show as well as collecting and selling second-hand books. Net profit for the year was £150 which is to be donated to 3 charities each of which have a personal connection with one or more of the pupils. ‘Befriend a Child’, the ‘MS Society’ and ‘Charlie House Charity’ will each receive £50.
The S3 Business partnership groups hosted a Christmas Fayre, sold cakes, organised the school show refreshments and sold second-hand books to return a £150 Net Profit. 3 charities, each with a personal connection to some of the pupils, ‘Befriend a Child’, the ‘MS Society’ and ‘Charlie House Charity’ will receive £50 each.
Thank you for supporting our Young People.