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.
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The latest Dyce Academy Update for Summer 2018 will be e-mailed to parents this week. You can also download a copy here – Update Summer 2018
Everyone in Aberdeen City should keep their Eyes Open for children at risk during the school holidays.
In the week that Aberdeen City’s schools sound the end of term bell, Child Protection Committees across Scotland are encouraging the public across the whole country to be extra observant to help protect potentially vulnerable children when school’s out for summer.
By taking an Eyes Open approach, Aberdeen City’s own child protection committee hope that members of the public will take a more active, watchful role when it comes to protecting children in the area and take action if they’re concerned for a child’s wellbeing.
“By keeping our eyes open and our other senses tuned in, we might spot the tell-tale signs that a child is at risk. These signs include seeing children wandering about at all times of day and night, children who are very dirty or unfed, unsupervised children going into “party” flats, or whose parents are drunk in charge of them. However, spotting the signs isn’t enough. If something doesn’t seem quite right for a child, or a family of children, it’s better to say something than do nothing.”
CPC Scotland Chair, Anne Houston
Anyone who has concerns about a child or children can ask the child if they’re okay, offer the family some support, or contact Aberdeen City’s social work service, or the police.
On Friday 22nd June we took a team of S3 and S4 pupils to the Enterprising Maths Day in Altens. After a fun filled day of Maths and poster making, Dyce Academy came 3rd overall for Aberdeen City and came 1st in the Swiss Round which consists of strategy games beating out 17 of teams. Well done everyone!