e-Sgoil is offering an Easter programme of real-time, interactive webinars covering Nat 4 to Advanced Higher, for Scottish learners in the Senior Phase.
Some people might worry about coming back to school. That is perfectly understandable.
Please have a look at our Nurture Website – it gives advice on things you can do so as to feel more confident about the return to school.
The AHS Nurture website has a link from the Cross-Curricular menu on the AHS school website.
‘The Climate Hot Seat’ is a youth climate hustings project organised by young people aged 13-32. The event is specifically for young people to hold Scotland’s party leaders accountable for their climate action and to give other young people valuable information in advance of casting their vote. Please have a look at the link for more details.
The SQA has created an information booklet outlining ‘What you need to know for 2021 – National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher’ qualifications. This includes further details on how results will be arrived at and about the quality assurance process for this year.
The booklet is available to download from the SQA website and will be posted directly to your child w/c 15 March.
You can stay up to date on the 2021 National Qualifications by visiting sqa.org.uk/NQ2021.
Parents and carers are one of the main influencers over the choices young people make about subjects and careers.
SDS works in close partnership with the school to support your child make informed career choices and would value feedback from parents and carers on their services. You can do this by taking a short survey.
All responses are confidential and anonymous. The results will be used to improve SDS services in schools. The survey will be live until the 26 March 2021 and should only take about 10 minutes to complete.
We held an information evening for all S4 pupils, parents and carers at AHS and in Junior High Schools across Shetland on 02 March 2021 on Vscene.
The presentations are available here:
Creative Earth is an art competition for people aged 16 and under from across the UK, run by the UN COP26 Climate Change Conference in collaboration with WWF.
Here are a few of the entries created by our S3 Geographers over the last week.