KHS Registration

Don’t forget to register before 11am every morning in your registration classroom. Classes are KHS Junior Registration S1-S3 and KHS Senior Registration S4-S6.    Don’t forget to do this because if you don’t your parent/carer will receive a text message!

If you are experencing issues registering please drop us an email or phone 01540 661475 or you can phone/text number 07395 948185. If sending a text please remember to leave your name!

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Stay safe and take care.

TOMORROW IS THE FIRST DAY OF TERM 3. 

Welcome back to the new school term. It’s not the start to the term that we had all hoped for as we return to online learning but we have been here before and got through it together. We want to emphasise that we are here to support you and your child through this period of online learning.
There will be a question posted each day on your child’s google classroom. It is important that pupils answer the question by 11am as we will send an attendance text message to parents/carers to alert you if your child does not register. If you have any concerns please do not hesitate to contact your child’s guidance teacher in the first instance.
Stay safe and take care.
COMMUNITY – ATTITUDE – RESPECT – EFFORT (CARE)

New Term Update

Parent Carer Letter from Nicky Grant Executive Chief Officer 5th January 2021

Dear Parent/Carer,

Happy new year to you and your family. I think we are all hoping for a better year this year in 2021 and I wanted to share with you the details for Kingussie High School opening again tomorrow.   The school will be open to key worker children who are in S1 & S2 and to the pupils who received an email before the holidays having been identified by our support department.

School transport will run as normal as will the cleaning and catering teams. Can I please emphasise that face coverings must be worn when using the school transport and when moving around the school.

Please find a letter from Highland Council with all the details that you require and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

We have done online learning before and I am confident that we can offer a high quality experience for all our learners.

Take care

Ian Adamson

Head Teacher

Please find below a reminder of the latest guidance which was updated on the Scottish Government website on 14th December.  

Please find below a reminder of the latest guidance which was updated on the Scottish Government website on 14th December.

Who needs to self isolate?

Everyone who develops symptoms of COVID-19 – a new, continuous cough; fever or loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste – should isolate straight away and arrange a test via www.nhsinform.scot or, if you can’t get online, by calling 0800 028 2816.

People who live in the same household as a person with symptoms should also isolate straight away.

If the test result for the symptomatic person is negative, and they are not already isolating as a ‘close contact’ of a confirmed case, they can end isolation and return to work or school when they are well enough and have not had a fever for 48 hours. The rest of their household can end isolation straight away.

If the test is positive, the symptomatic person should remain in isolation until 10 days from symptom onset, or longer if certain symptoms persist. The rest of the household should remain in isolation for 10 days from symptom onset in the symptomatic person, even if they don’t have symptoms themselves.

 

More information can be found here: –

https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-test-and-protect/pages/who-needs-to-self-isolate/

Amazing story about KHS very own student Isla Easto!
Reports on adventure sports, proving that the pandemic hasn’t stopped Scotland’s most determined outdoor enthusiasts from creating their own entertainment. Ultra-runner Donnie Campbell creates a new record time for running all 282 Munros, 13-year-old, Isla Easto comes out of her comfort zone to cycle 400kms coast to coast, while top adventure racer Marie Meldrum shares her lockdown diary