The “Top of the bench” team finished runners-up to Madras College in a very tense and closely fought competition last night. The team only just missed out on re-gaining the trophy by one point.
Well done to the team for an exceptional performance last night and throughout the competition.
Our congratulations go to Madras College and to all of the other teams – Webster’s High School and High School of Dundee – who made it such a terrific final.
Nominations are now open for School Colours.
The Colours system is one of the ways in which the school recognises and celebrates pupils’ achievements in service to the school and/or to the wider community, entitling them to wear blazers with colours braid.
The award of Colours can be considered for outstanding achievement in the following areas:
- Curricular Achievement.
- Aesthetic and Creative Achievement.
- Sporting Achievement.
- Service to the School.
- Service to the Community.
- Wider Achievement.
Further information – e.g. nomination forms and colours criteria – can be viewed on and downloaded from the School Colours pages.
Completed forms should be returned to the Pupil Office or emailed to Bell Baxter Enquiries no later than Friday 9th February, 2018.
The S3 Parents’ Evenings will be held in the school during February as per the arrangements below:
Pupils with surnames A-L (Thursday, 1st February)
The booking system will open on Saturday, 20th January and close at 11am on the 1st February.
Pupils with surnames M-Z (Wednesday, 7th February)
The booking system will open on Saturday, 27th January and close at 11am on the 7th February.
A new appointments booking system – see information below – is being used by the school to enable parents and carers to book appointments with staff. Parents and carers will receive a copy of the “How to book an appointment” letter via Groupcall over the next few days.
Please contact the school if you have problems booking an appointment for the Parents’ Evenings.
“How to book an appointment”
Making appointments – Live link
Following the secondment of Derek Brown, Head of Education and Children’s Services, to the Scottish Government, Mr Black has been asked by Carrie Lindsay, Executive Director, to take on a new role which includes significant responsibility across the secondary sector. Mr Black’s secondment will begin on Monday 29th January, 2018.
We are pleased to confirm that Mrs Elizabeth Smart, Depute Rector at Waid Academy, has been appointed to take over from Mr Black.
In a letter to parents and carers, Mr Black said, “I really do wish the school all the very best in the next few months and ask for your continued support as Mrs Smart takes the school forward.”
We look forward to welcoming Mrs Smart to Bell Baxter.
Fife College’s prospectus for courses starting in August 2018 is now available to view and/or download below. Alternatively, the document can be accessed via the Fife College website.
Fife College prospectus, 2018-19