Come along and enjoy an evening – see Winter Concert poster – of entertainment and musical talent at Bell Baxter’s Winter Concert on Wednesday, 22nd November. The concert begins at 7.00pm and will showcase some of the very best musical and theatrical talent in the school.
Tickets will be available at the door on the night, but can be purchased in advance during intervals and lunchtimes. Ticket prices are as follows:
Adults – £5
Concessions, children and pupils – £3
Families – £14 (2 adults + 2 children)
Refreshments will be available.
We hope to see you there on the night!
SRUC Elmwood Campus’ Careers Fair (8th November, 2017)
SRUC will be holding a Careers Fair at their Elmwood Campus from 11.00am – 2.00pm on 8th November. Over forty exhibitors from Industry will be attending the event to deliver presentations about their organisation.
National Healthcare Weekend (4th & 5th November, 2017)
The University of Stirling are hosting a Medic Mentor event aimed at pupils in S3-S5 who maybe interested in a career in the field of Medicine. Specialists from the fields of Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Nursing & Midwifery, Dentistry, Pharmacology, Biomedical Sciences and Psychology will be attending the event.
Registration, costing £25, can be completed on the Medic Mentor website for Saturday’s conferences. There is an optional UCAS lecture on the Sunday for each of the specialisms.
Some of our S1 classes, as part of a Science and Maths collaboration, worked with “Tomorrow’s Engineers” last week. The pupils learned all about energy resources; the importance of renewable energy as the world’s population grows; STEM careers, and how engineers apply STEM learning to solve problems.
In addition, the final challenge – The Electric Car Challenge – saw groups of pupils designing, building, testing and racing their model electric cars.
We were delighted that this project also supported the school’s Global Goals – gender equality and renewable energy – agenda.
“It is with much sadness that we learned Mary had passed away last week. Mary and her husband Ronnie have been great stalwarts in the community for many years through ‘Cupar in Bloom’. Mary’s involvement with ‘Cupar in Bloom’ and other eco projects meant that she had enjoyed a close relationship with the school. I will send our condolences to Ronnie and their family.”
Philip Black (Rector)
“The Eco Group were greatly saddened to hear of Mary’s passing. Throughout the years Mary and the ‘Cupar in Bloom’ team have supported us with all of our endeavours. We learned a great deal from Mary and, as a group, we have many fond memories of her which we shall cherish forever.”
Are you in P5 – P7? Do you have a passion for nature? The Scottish Seabird Centre is running a competition to find an up and coming David Attenborough. Take a look at the Scottish Seabird Centre’s website for further information about how you can get involved with the competition.
The closing date for the competition is Friday, 22nd December.