Advanced Higher History pupils have recently returned from a study trip to Edinburgh. Their time there included a visit to the Military Archives in the National War Museum at Edinburgh Castle and research for their dissertations in the Reading Room of the National Library of Scotland.
S2 pupils have been taking part in their Forest Wild John Muir Days in October and November.
They had outdoor fun climbing trees, trying mindfulness techniques and having a go on some rope courses. Some days were pretty cold but as you can see from the smiles they really enjoyed their experience.
Pupils have also been reminded to complete days in their own time too so that they can achieve the Explorer Award at the end of the year!
Anderson High School’s team finished in 2nd place in the north of Scotland round of the Senior Maths Team Challenge, held in Aberdeen on Friday 8 November.
The team (Thomas Clarke (S6), Ythan Shaw (S5), Joe Sinclair (S6) and James Phillips (S5)) are pictured here outside the venue at Robert Gordon’s College with their silver certificates. They were also the top state school in this round of the competition.
We are thrilled with their achievement in this very tough event; their excellent teamwork and effort really paid off.
A full report will be included in the next AHS Newsletter.
Photographs from the AHS production of The Addams Family musical, performed in October.
Sunday 10th November 2019
Vaila Wright, Kali Coutts, and Leighton Anderson all laid a wreath at the War Memorial, on behalf of the school, as part of the Community Armistice commemoration.
The Ocean Kinetics Sponsored leadership event took place on Wednesday 6th November at AHS. S6 pupils were part of a committee who arranged the event with all S6 pupils invited along with a range of representatives from local businesses and organisations. There was a meal prepared along with three guest speakers as well as an opportunity for networking.
Thanks to Phil Goodlad, Evonne Morrison and Russell Gair for agreeing to share their journeys so far in the world of work.
A very enjoyable evening.
The start of this term saw some of the Advanced Higher English class head for a literary tour of London. Our trip included some sightseeing (pictured) as well as theatre visits, literary walking tours and many, many book purchases!
Just before the October holidays, the Higher Drama class took a trip down to Edinburgh to watch Stephen Daldry’s production of ‘An Inspector Calls’.
Free breakfast before school for S1 pupils.
Starts Monday 11 February.