Please use the following link to view an electronic copy of a recently produced leaflet showing help available to all Armed Forces families in Scotland. http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/education/documents/LeafletforParents.pdf
I’d like to quash rumours about an Emergency Evacuation we had yesterday. This evacuation was due to a faulty heat sensor in the canteen kitchen which with no heat (or smoke for that matter) set off the fire panel and therefore the emergency evacuation alarm. The local fire crew were in attendance as due to the fact it wasn’t a planned practice they have to attend to make sure there
Congratulations to Rachel McGuire , 1L2 who won the Design a Super Librarian competition. Rachel designed a super librarian named Jimbob the Bookworm who has been sent to watch over Coltness High School library books. The runner up was Duncan Fleming, also 1L2. The standard of entries was very high and thanks to all the S1 pupils who entered. All the entries are displayed in the library. Written by A.Leckie
The following staff have joined us this year (left to right) Mr R. Early (Maths), Mr G. Miller (Biology), Ms S. Rielly (Physics), Mr K. McGurk (P.E), Ms K. MacLeod (English), Ms K. Hastie (French), Mr F. Bel Abbes (French), Mr T. McInally (Geography), Mr D. Kunderan (Modern Studies), Ms L. Mackie (History) Not in the photo is Ms S. Murray (Music).
I would like to clarify and reaffirm a few points in relation to the school uniform before the session in ends which means that parents are fully aware of facts whilst buying items for the start of term over the summer. In relation to this please find enclosed the School Uniform Policy. School shoes We ask for pupils to wear school shoes and not trainers as there is then a
It is with much pleasure that the school would like to announce that Jonathan Richardson & Chloe McKinstry have been elected by their peers and staff as the School Captains for the session 2015/16. To ably assist them in their duties the Vice Captains for 2015/16 are Alix Reid & Emily Davie. This year saw eight people put themselves up as candidates and the quality of each of
Ian Browning Born in 1951 in Newburgh, Fife. Brought up locally in Netherton, Wishaw. Educated in Netherton Primary School 1956 – 61 Knowetop Primary School 1961 – 63 Dalziel High School, Motherwell 1963 – 69 Scottish School of PE, Jordanhill College 1969 – 72 Teaching 1969–72: Attended the Scottish School of Physical Education as Jordanhill College in Glasgow. 1972-73: Taught in P.E in Holy Cross High School, Hamilton and St.
Campbell started his rugby career at Stirling County RFC and played all the way through the age groups to the 1st XV. During this time he played for Midlands Schools U15, U18. Glasgow U18. Caledonian Reds U21. Scottish Schools U16. Scotland U18 and U21. In 1998 he signed a professional contract with Fylde RFC in England. In 2000 he started pre-season with Australian side Eastern Suburbs before a serious shoulder