UCAS/Discovery Scotland virtual event on September 30th.

UCAS/Discovery Scotland virtual event on September 30th.
For this event we will be bringing students in Scotland lots of inspiration, information, and live talks. Everything your students need to start planning their next steps – all packed into one day, and online.
• Over 40 unis and colleges
• Live application clinics and personal statement workshops
• Course taster sessions and virtual tours
• Uni life stories and student Q&As
• Apprentices talk apprenticeships
• Careers of the future
• Student finance made easy
If you or any students are interested in attending this Scottish HE event, please use or share the following link to make either group or individual bookings to the event: https://www.ucas.com/events/ucasdiscovery-scotland-399686.
For further upcoming events, please view this page which we will be updating this further over the coming days/weeks: https://www.ucas.com/ucas/events/find/type/exhibition?sort_by=start_date&keywords=&centre=&distance=160.934&layout=list.
You can sign up for adviser updates here.
Please find the UCAS/Discovery adviser toolkit here to help you, it features a range of resources including event activities, posters, and videos to help you and your students get the most out of UCAS/Discovery.

Week 5: Coding Challenge: A Custom Story

Programming is often seen as super complicated – and while a lot of it is – there is plenty you can do with just a little bit of knowledge. Below are a few lines of python code that when run create a short story based on what you type in. Just visit this website, delete the code already there, then copy and paste the code below into the box on the left. Finally, run the code and type in the details of your story on the right.
If you manage all that take a look at the extension challenge where you can add more details to your story or even create your own code.

FAO S4-S6 Parent/Carers/Pupils – If you are taking part in the Schools/ELC Asymptomatic Testing Programme please take time to read the  letter  here and complete our online consent form.

Our collection points for the self testing kits for S4-S6 will be as follows:

Kingussie High School – Tuesday 9th to Friday12th March between 10.30 and 1.30pm

Aviemore Hub – Thursday 11th March between 10 and 12pm.

If you have any questions please email jennifer.allan@kingussiehigh.org.uk

We now need to align our plans with the local authority Education Service who are awaiting further updates from the Scottish Government. At that point a letter from Nicky Grant, (Interim Executive Chief Officer, Education) will be issued and we will be in a position to share the school’s plans with all pupils, parents & carers.