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WOW2019 East Coast Surf Adventure:

The next instalment of £50 is due by the end of this week via Parent Pay. Please let Miss Mackay know of any issues with this.


Attention all S1 and S2 students. A sports quiz will take place in the PE Classroom on Friday 22nd of February during lunch break.

Prizes will be awarded for 1st and 2nd place.

Bring your lunch, Bring your friends. Kick off 1.20pm

Dress Down Day Friday 22nd February ( Purple Friday)

This Friday (22nd) we are going to be celebrating Purple Friday as part of LGBT History month.

Please wear something Purple and a donation to show that our school supports LGBT people.

Debating – Mr McPake

Debating will take place in the library during Thursday lunchtime. The motion will be This House supports the pupils striking against Climate Change.

Friday debating is not on this week.

World Book Day – Book Swap

We are intending on holding a Book Swap for World Book Day on the 7th March in two weeks’ time at break for both staff and students. If you would like to donate some good quality items (both fiction and information books)  These can be dropped off anytime at the library.  We are looking for items for any age group range!

Thanks in advance!

French Ski School

Could everyone coming on the French Ski Trip this year, please come to a meeting in G29 (PE classroom) during break on Friday. It is essential that everyone attends.

S4/5/6 Maths

Maths after school Revision this week…..

Nat 5 Maths Paper 2. skills (go over Formal assessment/common topics with calculator)

Higher 2 topics each week……. this week Integration

Please see posters for day/room
For Nat 5 Applications/AH see your teacher

5 and S6

Sutton Trust Summer School 30 June to 5 July 2019.Only 1 month left to make an application!

The Sutton Trust Summer School at the University of St Andrews is held each year in order to give pupils in S5 the chance to experience a week in the life of a university student. It has been proved that this experience, aimed at pupils who fulfil most of the criteria set out in the information material, is of great benefit when applying to competitive universities.

The residential week includes study within academic areas of interest, social activities and advice on UCAS related topics. The week is free of charge and pupils are only required to bring spending money for their personal use.

Applications are now open and I would encourage your pupils to apply early. Further information can be found online at and

Applications close on 28 February 2019.

If you have any questions about the Sutton Trust Summer School or any of our other Outreach programmes then please do not hesitate to contact us by email or by calling 01334 462346.