Everyone at KHS would like to wish Ethan(S6) and Kieran (S2) the best of luck today representing Scotland at the Kickboxing championships in Malta. Good luck guys and we hope your weather is better than the weather here.
Some of our Rural Skills group were working with RSPB Insh Marshes. The fence they helped construct will help prevent cattle straying into marshy areas.
Exciting weather on our hill walk today, but the team were up for the challenge and had a short, but wild blast , and now know what the early stages of a hurricane can feel like.
Our Young Enterprise Company ‘Branching Out’ continues to go from strength to strength. Including making a number of sales at last nights parent evening. They will also be selling their range of products at the KHS Christmas Concert and various Christmas Craft Fairs around the Strath. Product production is now back in full swing.
Preparations are now well under way for the official launch of our Confucius Hub later this month – the fan dancing in particular seems to be going rather well!
SENIOR TEAM PROGRESS TO HIGHLAND CUP SEMI FINAL
The senior team beat Charleston academy 2-1 tonight in the quarter final of the Highland cup.
Kingussie took an early lead through Ian Robinson.
Charleston equalised but a late winner from Sammy Denman won them the tie.
The work rate and attitude was tremendous from start to finish and it is definitely the best performance so far this season.
There could be 5 or 6 man of the match winners as there were a number of great performances but the 3 stand outs were
Craig Johnson, Ben Mitchell and Daragh Chalmers.
Maths in the sunshine with S3 – ☀ clinometer, angle of elevation and a little trigonometry!
Higher Geographers were practicing their soil sampling techniques today ready for a field trip to Rothiemurchus!