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DYW Child to Work Campaign

Please find below a message to Parents/Guardians from Aimee Stephen, Employer and School Liaison, DYW Moray:

As many parents/guardians will be juggling working from home and home schooling, DYW nationally wanted to use this as an opportunity to encourage everyone who can to get involved with our Bring your Child to Work Day (Home Edition!).

Involving young people in what you do during your work day could inspire and raise their awareness of the world of work.  By following the national campaign across social media we can continue to showcase the variety of careers on offer.


Step 1: Pledge your support for the campaign and mark Thursday 23rd April 2020 in your diary and let us know that you are taking part.  Help us by spreading the word with colleagues, friends and family!
Step 2: On Thursday 23rd April, post a photograph of yourself and your children working at home. Remember and use the hashtag #DYWChildtoWork and tag us – @DYWMoray. If you don’t use social media and want to be involved, you can send your photo to myself ( and we will share it on your behalf.

DYW Moray look forward to seeing your posts on Thursday 23rd April.  If you have any questions or want to get involved but aren’t sure how, please get in touch by contacting Aimee at: | Tel: +44(0)1343 576405 | Website:

Submitting Work Online

Several people have been wondering what to do about submitting work online via either SMHW or Teams. This information is intended to make that easier for you.  

If you are wanting to submit work via SMHW this link ( has a fantastic video at the bottom which takes you through the process step by step.

For submitting work via Teams please see the attached document below for a guide on how to prepare and hand in work.


Fairtrade Fortnight

Keith Grammar School support Fairtrade Fortnight 2020 and Moray Foodbank.

From Monday 24 February – Sunday 8 March We are asking for donations of Fairtrade products. All of these products will be donated to Moray Foodbank.

As the products will be held over a two week period, we ask that there is no fresh produce donated, however we will be very appreciative of any other “Fairtrade” items.

Millions of people across the globe who provide us with our food and fashion are trapped in an unfair trading system that will only drive them further into crisis.

But crucially, together, we can still win a better future.

Fairtrade farmers and workers are fighting back demanding trade that will create a sustainable future for people and planet, and using sustainable farming techniques in line with our Fairtrade Standards.

“Join us in our annual campaign when we bring the fight for change to the masses”