The Faculty of Social Studies and Citizenship would like to get some feedback from pupils in S1 – S3 about the pupil experience in the faculty. Pupils will be completing the online survey in class.
The school has been invited to undertake a supervised archaeological excavation on the shoulder of East Lomond on Thursday, 30th May. The Falkland Centre for Stewardship have uncovered previously unknown and unrecorded building remains together with evidence of high status activity from the post Roman and Pictish periods – metal working and horsemanship.
This opportunity is open to 12 pupils who will be excavating in a trench from 10am – 2.30pm. All equipment is provided, plus one of the onsite team will be available to train and jointly supervise the group.
If your child is interested in the above event, please contact me via email – Shonagh.Barbour@fife.gov.uk – and I will send the necessary documentation to you to complete. Replies of interest should be sent to me by Monday, 13th May.
Please check out the presentation below for further information.
Mrs S. Barbour
[CL, Tier 2, Social Studies & Citizenship]
Our National 5 pupils have been producing some inspired historical egg dioramas to support all round knowledge and revision in Mr Wimberley’s classes.
The Fairtrade/Global Goals group will be marking Fairtrade Fortnight and International Women’s Day this Friday, 8th March. Please come along to the Conference Room during Interval to:
- Purchase some of your favourite Divine Fairtrade chocolate,
- enter our competition to win a fabulous giant Easter egg.
- and, more importantly, complete one of the “She deserves” postcards urging the UK Government to ensure that living incomes are paid to cocoa farmers; women farmers suffer the most from low wages.
Come along and find out a bit more about how Fairtrade and you can help cocoa farmers fight their way out of poverty and earn a living income.
Congratulations to Inver Petrie (S3), Sam Clark (S3), Molly Urquhart (S2) and Orla Crofts (S2) who received their certificates for making such valuable contributions to the work of the Scottish Learners’ Panel. As part of the national project, all four pupils have worked hard to share their views about how best to develop Scottish Education for the future.
Thank you to Miss Fulton for supporting our young people throughout this project.