S1/2 Interim reports are in the process of being emailed to pupils in S1/2 today. Pupils will receive a digital report via their gmail school account.  Please ask your child to share their report with you and discuss their progress.

We have moved to a more efficient digital reporting system which reduces the Covid 19 transmission risk due to handling paper reports.

Please be aware this is an interim report not a full report.  If you have concerns about your child’s progress please contact their Guidance Teacher by email/phone.

 

In these strange times the music department is missing the opportunity of staging a concert to share the talents of our pupils. As some compensation for the absence of a concert there are to be a series of short musical performances shared with you over the days leading up to the Christmas holidays. Due to Covid restrictions they will, in the main, be solo performances and some might have a Christmas flavour.
Any pupil who would like to take part should see Mrs McCulloch in the music department.

This first one is a piano piece ‘Clair de Lune’ – Debussy, performed by Ruth Mackenzie (S6).

Clair de Lune – Ruth Mackenzie

 

This is the second performance of the series – this time Ellen Shering of S4.

She performs on violin – ‘Survivor’ by Wedgewood.

Survivor – Ellen Shering

 

This is the third performance in the series – Ruairidh Nicolson (S5) has composed this lovely piece for jazz piano. He performs it here for you.
 
 

The fourth performance in the series comes from Finlay MacLennan of S5.

Finlay Maclennan

 

The fifth performance in the series – a composition from Amy Naulls S5

Amy Naulls

“Today’s musical item comes from Katie Torrens of S4 – a piano piece called “The Reef”

Katie Torrens

Beth Hutchison (S2)  performing ‘Jigadon’ on trumpet.

Beth Hutchison

 

The final musical item of our series leading up to the holidays comes from the Music Dept staff.

Wishing you all a restful break and lovely Christmas despite the difficult circumstances.

Music Department

 

If you are looking for ways to support your child’s revision for English why not choose from one of the activities on our revision advent calendar?    An effective revision strategy involves varying styles of revision so mix and match and make sure you remember to balance revision with breaks.

 Merry Christmas from the English Department!  

 

English Advent Calendar

Christmas House Group Challenge 1

Work together as a register class and decorate the door and glass panel in your register room.

Bring in some decorations, (or make them at home/during registration?) use them to put up a Christmas display to brighten up our school.

Judging will take place on Wednesday 16th Dec. Chocolates for classes with  the most creative displays.

 

 

Christmas House Group Challenge 2

The next THREE Fridays will be Christmas Jumper days. Please wear something to represent Christmas – it could be a jumper or a face mask or even a hat/earrings.

Please note these are NOT full dress down days – please wear regular uniform other than the jumper!

Post photos of you in your Christmas outfit of your House group Classroom Stream – these will be totalled on Wed 16th Dec and prizes will be awarded for individuals and House Groups.

Encourage your teachers to enter too! All entries will add to your House Points.

 

S3 Interim reports are in the process of being emailed to pupils in S3 today. Pupils will receive a digital report via their gmail school account.  Please ask your child to share their report with you and discuss their progress.

We have moved to a more efficient digital reporting system which reduces the Covid 19 transmission risk due to handling paper reports.

Please be aware this is an interim report not a full report.  If you have concerns about your child’s progress please contact their Guidance Teacher by email/phone.

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