As part of their SCQF Employability Award, a group of S5 pupils recently watched ‘Coach Carter’ to prepare for their “Building Employability Skills” Unit. The pupils also looked at different styles of leadership and the many links to the working world! This is part of the ongoing commitment by the school to develop the young workforce.
A short video update about our DYW activities at Braidhurst High School with some input from our partners.
This years S2 Exam “week” will actually take place over three school weeks due to current government restrictions and our week 1/ week 2 normal school timetable etc.
All exams will take place during class time.
Please click link to view: S2 assessment week
A little video about our plans for this years inter house activities given the current restrictions.
This year, your child’s school will be participating in Sustrans’ I Bike project. Your child’s school might have also participated during the previous academic year. I Bike delivers a variety of classroom based activities and events to promote active travel to school. During the national Covid-19 lockdown, I Bike also delivered online activities including the I Bike Olympics over the summer.
We are interested in your thoughts on what could make active travel easier for your child. If your child engaged with I Bike during the lockdown school closures from March to July 2020, we are also interested in your experience of these activities.
Please complete this survey to help us evaluate and continue to improve the project. It should take around 10 minutes to complete. If you want to find out more about the survey you can contact us at IBikeMonitoring@sustrans.org.uk.
NLC has recently been consulting with the local community on two aspects:
- Proposals to alter existing denominational and non-denominational catchment areas within the Ravenscraig area
2. Proposal for a new build denominational and non-denominational primary schools within the Ravenscraig area.
To view Frequently Asked Questions and Responses – CLICK HERE
If you require a hard copy please contact the school office
On Friday 9th October, the school hosted its first inter-house event of the session, a hotly contested inter-house rounders competition. The event was organised with social distancing and safety as a priority but the participants still had great fun battling it out for the title in the sunshine. The eventual winners of the event were Morven house. A huge well done to all of our competitors.