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KGS School Notices 22 April 2019

All the latest school information is displayed on the school plasmas or can be found here Plasma Notices 180419 – website

Charity Concert & Ceilidh

The Moray Young Citizen Award winning Country Quines, together with KGS students past and present, are organising a fundraising event in support of Kayleigh’s Wee Stars and the Chest, Heart & Stroke Association. Details of the event can be found here Charity Concert

Treat yourself to a night of entertainment and family fun whilst supporting these very worthy causes. Raffle contributions gratefully received.

The Banter – March 2019

The latest edition of the school newsletter, The Banter, can be found here Banter March-April 2019

Easter Revision Classes

Maths Revision with Miss Morgan; Monday 8th April and Tuesday 9th April 9.30am-2pm

Higher English with Mrs Whyte; Tuesday 9th April 11.30am – 1.00pm

There are other teachers who have made arrangements directly with their classes. Students should be aware of these through their teacher.

 

Outward Bound 2020

On Monday 25 March S1/2 students were given details about next session’s Outward Bound Trip.

This is a fantastic opportunity to experience a range of adventurous activities with all equipment supplied and costs subsidised by a local family trust and Outward Bound Trust sponsorship.

Further details can be found in the attached outward bound 2020 letter and in these OBT documents – Winter Kit Infographic, Sample Winter Programme, OBT for 2019

There is also a video showing the features and benefits of the trip Learning Away Winter Residentials campaign

We are keen that no student misses out on this opportunity so if you have any queries or concerns please do get in touch. Additional funding is available where this is a barrier to taking part or we can accept a different payment schedule if this would help. Please contact your child’s Guidance Teacher or the Rector if you want to discuss this.

If any local business would like to support this opportunity by either subsidising the trip further or sponsoring an individual please contact the School Office.

Career Ready 2019-21

Career Ready

Keith Grammar School is fortunate to be able to offer the opportunity to some of our current S4 pupils to become Career Ready Students over their S5 and S6.

Career Ready UK, is a business led charity, supporting a movement of employers and schools working together to help raise the aspirations of 16 to 19 year olds and bridge the gap between education and work by giving them access to real experience of the world of work.  Together we provide an awareness of business that broadens young people’s horizons and helps them decide whether to opt for employment, work-based learning (such as apprenticeships or school leaver programmes) or higher education.

Selected students follow a programme of mentoring, masterclasses, workplace visits and a four week paid internship.

S4 pupils have been informed about this opportunity in PSE and those meeting the selection criteria who are interested have taken a letter home about an information evening on Tuesday 26th March.  If your child has not taken home a letter and you would like them to apply for this opportunity please contact their Guidance Teacher.

To be eligible to apply for this programme students must meet the following criteria:

  • Studying between one and three Highers in S5
  • Decent grades in National 4/5 qualifications
  • Planning to stay in school until the end of S6
  • Available for the minimum four consecutive week paid internship that starts in the last week of summer term of S5 and continues into the school holidays.

More information can be found at https://careerready.org.uk/

Ms Emily Souness

Principal Teacher of Guidance

 

 

Keith Young People Decide Funding Event

Click on the picture for more details of the funding requests.

S6 First Aid and Defibrillator Training

With the support of the charity Defibs for Moray a public access defibrillator has been installed at Keith Sports and Community Centre.

The device is accessible by code from 999 operator in emergency. It guides any user through how and when it should be used without the need for any prior training.

The school are being supported to raise awareness of the device by the charity Keiran’s Legacy who will also be training all leavers in basic CPR.

The first session is for all S6 students on Thursday 28 February. The event is also being supported by Tesco through their community champion programme.

All successful participants will receive a certificate and Saving Lives wristband free of charge. Donations would be welcome to support the good work of this group. Bands will also be available for the next two weeks from the School Office for anyone who wishes to donate to support this charity. Suggested donation of £2 but give what you can,

The school will also receive a defib trainer to support future training. Any public group who wishes to join in with future training or would like a demonstration of the defib machine should contact the school.

For those wishing to be more confident in first-response emergency CPR/defib click on the lifesavers link to get a helpful training app.

Weekly Notices 25 February 2019

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School Notices 29 October 2018

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