This is a FREE event with refreshments with lots of info about jobs of the future and opportunities in Moray. Register by clicking on the link in the attachment.
Senior Phase Prelim Exams start on 13/1/20 until 24/1/20 inclusive. Attached are the timetable fo exams and a copy of the letter sent to parents/carers about the arrangements. Students with 1 or more National 5 level qualification or above are entitled to study leave. It should be noted that Moray College courses continue as usual throughout the prelim period with the Wednesday bus running as usual. We wish all students the success they deserve.
Gala is split into S1/2 and S3-6 and instructions for those involved are below:
S1/S2 Gala – Periods 1&2: All finalists should report immediately to the P.E. Department at the start of period 1. No need to register with your class teacher. A full list of finalists is on the Inter-house board in P.E.
S3-S6 Gala – Periods 3&4: All finalists should report immediately to the P.E. Department at the start of period 3. No need to register with your class teacher. A full list of finalists is on the Inter-house board in P.E.
Mr McRitchie’s Leadership group should report to P.E. at the start of period 1.
A successful AGM was held on 10th September and the minutes are included here. Keith Grammar greatly appreciates the support Parent Council give us and the fundraising it does to provide access to educational experiences for all pupils through funding transport for events, materials for subject departments and extra-curricular activities.
The next Parent Council Meeting is on Tuesday 19th November here in school from 7-9pm. Come along and find out what’s going on.
Suitable for young people with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities at Moray Sports Centre, Elgin. Monday 11th November.
Welcome to this term’s Banter- enjoy!
Police Scotland wants to listen to young people and learn about their views of the police, how we’re currently working and what we could do better. We want to understand the issues which affect young people and influence the way the police work, now and in the future.
“Police Scotland is committed to making it safe and straightforward for 12 – 18 year olds to report crimes, get information or advice, and give us their feedback. Our engagement strategy allows young people to express their feelings and opinions in relation to their own safety and contact with police.
Over the last few months, Safer Communities officers have been on site at TRNSMT, Tartan Heart, Belladrum and Party at the Palace festivals, engaging young people in relaxed conversations to get their view of the police, explain how they can stay safe online and to learn about the key issues facing them. Even scottish music superstar Lewis Capaldi was at TRNSMT lending his support to our youth engagement initiative.
If you are 12-18 years of age, and would like to complete our surevy, which closes on 1 December 2019, you can do so through the following link. https://consult.scotland.police.uk/strategy-insight-and-innovation/young-people-engagement.