Click on the link below for the latest news on SQA and exam results.
Developing the Young Workforce has created a jam packed programme of content aimed at supporting young people leaving school this summer to take their next steps in life. An online portal E-DYW https://www.dyw.scot/edyw.html has been created, it is a One-Stop-Shop for young people, educators, employers, parents/carers that can be accessed at https://www.dyw.scot/. It will include multiple resources from private & public sector bodies to provide support to young people leaving school this year.
A fun & informative series of short 30 minute webinars to support you with the next steps of your career journey!
We understand everyone is facing challenges just now and your plans may have changed or seem unclear due to the current situation. We want to let you know we are still here to help and provide you with the career information and guidance you need for your future.
Join our advisers, Hilary & Erin for our first session on Tuesday 2nd June at 3pm as they take a look at:
- Acknowledging the current situation
Looking at the positives
What skills could come from this?
Understanding how Skills Development Scotland can help you
Learn about the future sessions we will be running
Some actions & links to resources that you can do yourself
You can also get involved through the poll questions and comments
Click the link to join – JOIN CAREERJAM SESSION 1
We hope you can join us!
Please also find an general update from SDS for parents and pupils below:
Please click on the link below for an update from Skills Development Scotland.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. The theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness week is Kindness. At a time when things feel a little bit upside down, Kindness can be the key to turning things around.
Over the last few weeks our staff have been working on some resources to support our young people, staff and parents throughout this time. We would like to say thanks to all the pupils and staff who contributed and gave their suggestions towards these resources and hope you find them useful.
The padlets are broken into different sections with lots of practical suggestions as well as to how you could show kindness at this time.
In line with Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme of kindness, we have put together a Kindness Newsletter. This includes kindness stories from the Kemnay Community and aims to celebrate the excellent work happening in and around Kemnay, as well as encourage others to be kind and share their stories.
Please use the following resources to help support learning at home.
Please click on the link to view Scottish government advice on awareness of Gaming and Cyber security.
Please click on the link below to read the latest update from Kemnay Academy.
Please click below for details on upcoming children and family activities from our local chaplaincy team.
Please see below the link to our latest Pupil Voice survey. As we move forward, we are constantly reviewing our practice and pupil feedback is vital. Please can parents encourage pupils to complete the survey so we can gather as many views as possible. (no later than Friday 15th May 2020)