Mealaibh ur naidheachd sgoilearan AS4 Eachdraidh a fhuair teiseantas a bharrachd airson an obair a rinn iad ann an Eachdraidh am bliadhna. A bharrachd air a bhith suidhe na measaidhean aca, rinn iad pròiseact rannsachaidh ‘Heritage Hero Award’ aig ìre uamha. Rannsaich iad na Fuadaichean, le fòcas air na thachair ann an Uibhist agus Cataibh. Seo iad a’ faighinn an teisteanas bho Mrg Engstrand agus Miss McLennan. A dhìth bhon dealbh tha Iain Ruari a fhuair an duais aig ìre ‘Detective’.

 

Congratulations to S4 Eachdraidh pupils who put in extra work in the weeks following their assessments and achieved a Heritage Hero Award. The pupils chose to research the Highland Clearances with a particular focus on Uist and Sutherland. Pictured are Eva and Rachel receiving their Bronze certificates from Mr Engstrand and Miss McLennan. Missing from the photo is Iain Ruari who achieved Detective level.

 

To all of our students who received their provisional grades yesterday we would like to say- whatever your results- we are proud of you.

Proud of the way you dealt with the effect of lockdowns; proud of the way you picked yourself up when you had a setback; proud of the commitment you have shown to getting the best set of results you could; proud of the way you have reacted even if you are disappointed at some of your results.

 

The resilience you have shown this year will have prepared you well for the inevitable challenges that life has in store for you in the rest of your lives.

 

In the meantime please use the summer holidays to do nice things, regather your energy and start the new term even stronger than before.

The English department would like to share an excellent opportunity for all our pupils.   Moniack Mhor, our local creative writing centre,  are delighted to be hosting Edinburgh based novelist, Daniel Shand, as their 2021 Jessie Kesson Fellow. There are a couple of online workshops that Daniel is running for young writers as part of his fellowship this month. Please see link below – 

 

https://www.moniackmhor.org.uk/courses/words-young-writers-online-cafe/

 

Places are free but need to be booked via the website using the above link. Moniack Mhor hope that this will be the return of their online writing café going forward. This is a great opportunity for any keen writers out there or anyone who would like to get into writing. 

Cluinnidh sibh Dùrachd an seo a chaidh a chraoladh airson sgoilearan agus tidsearan Gàidhlig aig Acadamaidh Rìoghail Inbhir Nis air BBC Radio nan Gàidheal feasgar Dihaoine.

 

BBC Radio nan Gàidheal broadcast a ‘Dùrachd’ (request or good wish) on Friday evening for all of our Gaelic pupils and staff. You can hear the message on iplayer from 1:52:00.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000x1j5 (1 hour 52 mins in)

 

Tha Roinn na Gàidhlig gu mòr an dòchas gum bi deagh shaor-làithean agaibh uile nuair a thig iad. J

To our parents/carers of S2 pupils.

Help please!

Unfortunately we still have too many S2 pupils choosing to study in S3, Business Management in Option D and Practical Cookery in Option E. I have informed the pupils on a number of occasions that the numbers have to be reduced , taking into account available staff and maximum class size, and have asked them to consider how strong their first choice in either of these subjects was, and if possible would they consider taking their second choice. Some have come forward but I still need to get numbers down by 4 in Practical Cookery and 3 in Business Management . If your son or daughter has chosen either of these subjects I would be grateful if you could discuss with them whether a second choice is possible, and if so, could they see me tomorrow.
Thanks for your co-operation
Mr Fyfe
S2 Year Head

Here are the results for The ‘Summer Is Coming’ photo competition .

 

  1. Glamaig
  2. Nevis
  3. Lomond
  4. Slioch
  5. Wyvis

 

 

 

 

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