Check the Schoolbag: Safety in School

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Mr Bray is sending a letter home on Monday about safety in school after an incident in the school this week. It also notifies parents of a possible Police Scotland Scanning Operation in that is likely to take place in the school between now and the Christmas holidays.

You can access the letter directly here if you can’t wait until Monday to read it.

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You can read a digital copy of all of the important correspondence from the school in the Digital School Bag. 

 

 

 

 

 

Check the Schoolbag: Pathways to Higher Education Information Evening (26th June)

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Today a reminder letter has gone home from Mr Bray containing important information about our parent information evening  on the 26th June (between 18:30 – 19:30) where we will talk about access and pathways to Higher Education.

During the evening we will discuss the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) and give advice on some of the things that young people and families need to be thinking about in the build up to applying for University. This will include the sort of things that are useful on a personal statement and the support that both Kingussie High School and Skills Development Scotland can offer.

The evening will also include information on other routes to degree level qualifications without the need for going to university (these are normally industry sponsored work placements).

The evening will consist of a number of short presentations from Kingussie High School Staff, Skills Development Scotland and the CITB. There will be lots of opportunities to ask questions.

Please note that this information evening is open to all parents in all year groups and not just those thinking about applying for University in 2015 (it is never too early to start thinking about this).

We look forward to welcoming you to the school at 18:30 on the 26th June.Digital School Bag

 
You can download the letter from the Digital School Bag.

Direct link to the letter here.

Check the School Bag: Newsletter, Dress code & Drugs and Alcohol Information Evenings

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Today a letter has gone home from Mr Bray containing important information on how to access the digital copy of our latest newsletter. If you are a regular reader of this website or our Facebook page then you probably already know how to do that! The letter also contained information about next years dress code (2014/2015) and a reminder about the Drugs and Alcohol Information Evenings that will be run on a series of dates and venues throughout the valley.

  • 24th April at 7pm in Aviemore Primary School
  • 28th April at 7pm in Grantown Grammar School
  • 15th May at 7pm in Kingussie High School

Digital School BagYou can download the letter from the Digital School Bag.

Direct link to the letter here.

You can also sign up to future issues of the newsletter at www.kingussiehigh.org.uk/newsletter

Check the Schoolbag: Scanning Operation

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Mr Bray has sent a letter home to all parents today about a Police Scanning Operation that took place within the school today in partnership with Police Scotland. Parents were warned that the operation may take place in his letter posted on the 21st March.

You can access the letter directly here.

If you have any questions about today’s operation – please contact the school.

Also, don’t forget that the school has organised a number of Drugs and Alcohol Information Evenings that will be run on a series of dates and venues throughout the valley.

  • 24th April at 7pm in Aviemore Primary School
  • 28th April at 7pm in Grantown Grammar School
  • 15th May at 7pm in Kingussie High School

Digital School Bag

You can read a digital copy of all of the important correspondence from the school in the Digital School Bag. 

Check the School Bag: Keeping Children Safe – Parent Information Evenings

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Mr Bray has sent a letter home to all parents about a series of parent information evenings. The information evening tackle Internet Safety and Responsible Use (2nd April at 7pm at Kingussie High School) and Drugs and Alcohol Information. The Drugs and Alcohol Information Evening will be run on a series of dates and venues throughout the valley.

  • 24th April at 7pm in Aviemore Primary School
  • 28th April at 7pm in Grantown Grammar School
  • 15th May at 7pm in Kingussie High School

Digital School BagYou can access the letter directly here.

You can read a digital copy of all of the important correspondence from the school in the Digital School Bag. 

Check the schoolbag: S4, S5 and S6 SQA Exam Time Arrangements

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Mr Bray has sent a letter home to all parents of S4, S5 and S6 Students about the arrangement for home study when the SQA Exams start at the end of April. It also outlines what the arrangements will be for students who are not sitting exams this year.

Digital School BagYou can access the letter directly here.

You can read a digital copy of all of the important correspondence from the school in the Digital School Bag. 

Check the schoolbag: S5/S6 Reports and Senior Course Choice Booklet

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A few things have gone home this week. First of all the S5 and S6 Reports – if you haven’t been given your copy by your child then please ask them. If they don’t have a copy check under their bed! and if you still can’t find them please contact the school for another copy.

Secondly, the Senior Course Choice Booklet has gone home with our current S3, S4 and S5 pupils. This is an important document that outlines the opportunities for learning in the Senior Phase of Kingussie High School.

You can read a digital copy of the Course Choice Booklet below and download a copy from The Digital School Bag in the ‘useful documents’ section.

The direct download link is here.

Check the School Bag: newsletter, dress code & after school transport

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Last Friday a letter went home from Mr Bray containing important information on how to access the digital copy of our latest newsletter. If you are a regular reader of this website or our Facebook page then you probably already know how to do that! But the letter also contained information about next years dress code (2014/2015) and also after school transport for extra-curricular clubs.

Digital School BagYou can download the letter from the Digital School Bag.

Direct link to the letter here.

You can also sign up to future issues of the newsletter at www.kingussiehigh.org.uk/newsletter