Kirkcaldy High School

Respect for Self, Others, and Learning

102. Blue Bulletin – Wednesday 07.02.24


Hot Meal: Soup of the day, Roast chicken or roast quorn fillet in gravy with Yorkshire pudding and mash potato.

Scottish Aquathlon (Mrs Little)
Can all pupils who have already given their name to Mrs Little for the Scottish Aquathlon please attend a short meeting at break time today in the boys’ gym. We are only allowed to enter 2 girls and 2 boys per year group so please only attend if you have previously spoken to Mrs Little.

S1 Netball (Miss Kirkwood)
Netball is cancelled today after school due to an S3 match.

Children’s Mental Health Week (Miss Johnston)
This week is Children’s Mental Health Week and it is used to empower, equip and give a voice to all young people and children in the UK. So many young peoples mental health is dismissed as part of ‘growing up’. Your feelings matter, you deserve to be heard and it’s ok to speak up that you’re struggling. Children’s mental health matters too. Here is the poster our Mental Health Ambassadors created to remind you who you can contact if you feel you are struggling and can’t speak to someone in the school.


Fundraiser – Paris 2024 Trip (Miss Coggill)
There will be pupils visiting classes Thursday period 3 this week raising money for our upcoming Paris 2024 trip. We have a Finding Nemo squishmallow up for grabs and the person who manages to guess it’s birthday correctly will be the winner. If anyone is interested in taking part, please try and bring change this week. It is £1 per guess. Bonne chance !

S2 Parents’/Carers’ Evening In School on Tuesday 13 February – PEBS (Mrs Noone)
The parent/carer on-line booking system is open. Booking system closes at 11:55pm on Sunday 11 February.

S6 Yearbooks (Miss Lipton)
Reminder that full payment for the S6 Yearbook should be made before Friday 1 March. These are £20 each… please pay via iPayimpact or at the Office.


Guitar Lessons (Mr Irwin)
Lessons are on today in the Music department.

National 5 Maths/Apps Study Support (Mr Jones)
Pop along to ask questions, get help with homework or just have a quiet space to study. Every Wednesday lunchtime in B5.

Rights Respecting Schools Group & Ambassadors (Ms Young)
Remember we will be meeting today to work on all the exciting ideas you have come up with, B14 at 1:15pm – come and collect a pass if you don’t already have one.

Guitar Club (Mr Irwin)
Guitar club will run today at lunchtime in the Music department.

Flute Group (Mrs Clark)
Flute Group will be on every Wednesday lunchtime in the Music Department.

Equality Group (Dr Murray)
The KHS Equality Group meets every Wednesday lunchtime in A4. Anyone who is interested in any aspect of equality is welcome whether it be age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation. See Dr Murray for a pass. Bring you lunch!

Higher Music Study Support (Mr Wilkie)
This will run every Wednesday after school, 3:15-4:15pm.


Hot Meal: Soup of the day, Chilli con carne or vegetable chilli with rice.

Piano/Keyboard Lessons (Mr Macdonald)
Lessons are on today in the Music department.

Violin/Viola Lessons (Mrs Ranieri)
Lessons are on today in the Music department.

N5 Music Study Support (Mrs Clark)
This will run every Thursday at lunchtime.

Calm Colouring Club (Ms Geddes & Miss Millar)
If you are looking for a quiet space to enjoy your lunch and do a bit of colouring, then head along to A3 from 1:10pm every Thursday lunchtime. Ms Geddes, Miss Millar and the Mental Health Ambassadors will be there to welcome you.

Upper Strings Ensemble (Mrs Ranieri)
Upper Strings Ensemble will run today at lunchtime in the Music department.

Chemistry Study Support (Dr Black)
3:20-4:20pm in A6. Open to all levels. Start your prelim revision.

Higher Music Study Support (Mrs Duckett)
This will run every Thursday after school, 3:15-4:15pm.

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