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Youth Work: Summer Activities

Here are links to the Moray Youth Engagement Team Blog and their social media pages.  They will be promoting weekly challenges throughout the summer holidays and there are also links to interesting websites and information.  It will also allow young people to access a youth worker direct during the summer.

Engagement team Blog

https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/my/engagementteam/

Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/Morayyouthwork

Twitter

https://twitter.com/morayyouthwork

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/morayyouthwork/

Tiktok

https://vm.tiktok.com/JdxrTwL/

Young Scot Moray Page

https://young.scot/moray

Mr Macpherson Retires From Keith Grammar School

I have received news from Moray Council and the Macpherson family regarding our Rector, Jamus Macpherson.

As you know, he has been absent from Keith Grammar School for a year now and the news is that he has now retired.  I am sad to wish Jamus farewell and have passed on the best wishes of all in our school community to him and his family.  It is particularly hard as we cannot see him to wish him well.

We will mark the huge contribution he has made to Keith Grammar School and the occasion of his retirement in due course. In the meantime, if anyone wishes to pass on their regards, please send them to Keith Grammar and we will arrange for them to be forwarded.

Attached is the statement issued by Jamus and Jane Macpherson.

Mrs Bain

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”

Testing…Testing…Hello everyone!

If this post appears on the website, then I am delighted to say that we are back up and running completely after extended log-in issues. (The problem being that we couldn’t!)

Our KGS Twitter feed has kept some continuity down the left hand side of the screen but we appear to be fully back in business and ready to roll!

Tomorrow I will try to upload the end of term Banter. Thank you for your patience in the meantime.

Mrs Bain

Acting Rector