The Eco Committee attended (main picture) the Young Citizen Advocates Event in June where they pledged to introduce new S1 pupils to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. The Fairtrade, Amnesty and Eco groups held an event this week to raise awareness of the Global Goals targets with a number of S1 pupils signing up for future lunchtime events.
Upcoming calendar of events:
18th September – “One planet picnic”
22nd September – Fairtrade football match
29th September – MacMillan coffee morning
Follow the work of the groups on twitter @BB_GlobalGoals
Cupar in Bloom hosted the Beechgrove Garden’s “Question Time” programme at the Corn Exchange on Wednesday, 23rd August. Members of the school’s Eco Committee supported the event and engaged in the Q & A session.
The programme is due to be broadcast on Thursday, 14th September on BBC 2.
A number of pupils received Colours yesterday, Tuesday, in recognition of their outstanding academic success in National and Higher exams. New S5 pupils were awarded full colours having gained six ‘A’ grades at National 5, while new S6 pupils were awarded a Colours Tie in recognition of being awarded five ‘A’ grades at Higher. These are outstanding results for our pupils.
6 ‘A’s at National 5
Srutokirti Basak, Charley Clark, Bethany Dow, Lewis Draper, Esme Finnie, Sam Jeffrey, Isabel Jimenez, Beth Lindsay, Kit McCarthy, Lorna MacKenzie, Siobhan Mitchell, Angus Mitchinson, Charlotte Moffatt, James Strachan, Max Wardle, Rebecca Watson and Emma Webster.
5 ‘A’s at Higher
Hannah Braidwood, Aaron Burgess, Elizabeth Dagless, Cameron Drummond, Ruaridh Griffin, Alastair Kendall, Phoebe O’Toole, Holly Painter, Holly Roberts, Julia Savaniu, Ben Sneddon and Nicholas Van Rensburg.
In addition to our extra-curricular sports programme, our staff and senior pupils provide opportunities for pupils to get involved with activities during lunchtimes and after school. Activities range from S1 Lego Club to the Samba Band.
Sign up for this event has now closed.
Information regarding the Destinations Evening has been sent to parents/guardians of all Senior Phase pupils. The purpose of the evening is to provide learners from S4-S6 and their parents/guardians with information regarding post-school opportunities available from local Colleges. General workplace advice will be available from an Employability Officer who will also give an overview on Modern Apprenticeship Opportunities. In addition, the school Careers Coach from Skills Development Scotland will be available for consultation and advice throughout the evening.
Destination Information Evening – 2017
Should you have any queries regarding the event please do not hesitate to contact Mr. N. Duncan, P.T. Employability and Work Experience or Ms. C. Pour, House Head.