Famous Moment in Lego

The winner of last month’s Famous Moment in Lego was Calum Dron, S6, who correctly identified the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in August 1945.

If you look very closely the best clue was in the design of the houses.  Calum should come and see Miss Thomson in F9 to collect his prize, a £15 i-tunes voucher.

Keep your eyes peeled for the next Famous Moment which the HIstory Club will be launching this week – some say it is the toughest one yet!

Jewellery For Sale

Sixth year pupil, Iona Lundi makes and sells her own recycled jewellery, which will be on sale next week (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday).  The jewellery includes can-pull purses, book bags, keyboard badges and bottlecap necklaces.  Prices range from 50p to £7.00.  Come and check it out in the open area.

Five-A-Side Football Tournament

Fixtures have been put up in the PE department and outside lab A14 (Science). Pupils are reminded that they must bring a packed lunch as there will not be time to use the canteen. Pupils should be ready to begin their matches at 1.15pm. Late comers will not be allowed entry!  If you would like to support the teams please come along to the games hall – £1.00 entry.

Charities Week

Charities Week begins next Monday (31st October). The usual range of activities will be on offer, as well as a few surprises.  Details of the activities are displayed on the many posters around the school and in the special handouts which will be distributed during lunchtimes this week in the Open Area and the Dining Hall.

Tickets for the lunchtime shows are on sale every day this week in the Open Area during lunchtimes.  Price is £1.50 per ticket.  Please note that only pupils who are ‘On Colour’ may purchase tickets.  You are advised to buy your tickets early in the week as they sell very quickly.  Details of the acts for each of the shows are on display on the notice board beside the Theatre.