Our congratulations go to Taylor Petrie (S5) on winning the “Best Vocalist” award at last night’s “Battle of the Bands” competition. On only her second public performance, Taylor put in a fantastic performance to win the award.
Despite the absence of their lead guitarist, Vertigo played an abridged but accomplished set. Hopefully, with a full line up, the band will go on to defend the title they won in Dunfermline last year.
Well done to everyone who took part and ‘thank you’ to Auchmuty High School for hosting the event.
PTC Expressive Arts
Summative Assessments for pupils in S4, S5 and S6 will run from Monday, 26th November – Wednesday, 5th December. Further information will be published shortly.
The Parents’ Evenings for those pupils sitting certificated – National, Higher and Advanced Higher – courses in S4, S5 and S6 will be held on the following dates:
Higher & Advanced Higher – Wednesday, 7th November
Nationals – Wednesday, 14th November
Further information about appointments will be issued after the holidays.
Mrs Kerr, Ms Pour and the Global Goals group would like to ‘thank’ everyone who made and/or bought cakes to support the MacMillan Coffee Morning on Friday. The school raised a tremendous £415 for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Prizes for the pupil/staff “Bake off” were also awarded in the Global Goals classroom during lunchtime today. The winners in each category were:
“Best bakers” – Aleanbh Sharkey, Saskia Sharkey, Amy Hargreaves and Becky Greenhill.
“Best effort” – Aislyn Petrie and Eabha Adair-Brown”
“Funniest bakers” – Mrs P. McLay and Ms A. Macconnochie
Well done to everyone involved in these events!
A big ‘thank you’ to Fisher & Donaldson, Aldi and the Co-op who all supported the above events.
We are delighted to share with you the news that the school was successful in achieving Sportscotland’s Silver “School of Sport” Award yesterday. The school now has a very clear action plan which will, hopefully, see us become only the second school in Fife to achieve Gold status next time.
Many thanks to Miss J. Hodge (Health & Wellbeing) who has been driving this initiative alongside Jo Whittet (Active Schools). We have also had a fantastic team of pupils involved in pulling together the evidence required to support our submission.
Well done to everyone!
PTC Health & Wellbeing