The Scottish Government are currently looking for the views of young carers in the Highlands with regard to the proposed Young Carers Grant of £300 for those aged 16 – 18, looking to be launched in Autumn 2019. Please share this link and encourage the young carers you know to complete.
CONGRATULATIONS to ALL swimmers on excellent performances and behaviour at the recent Highland Schools’ Swimming Championships held at Inverness Leisure on Wednesday 7 November 2018.
Nairn Academy results:
Brooke Lawrie – GOLD 400m Freestyle / SILVER 400m IM
Anna Reid – GOLD 200m Butterfly / BRONZE 200m Backstroke
Bailey Urquhart – BRONZE 100m Backstroke
Graeme Squires – GOLD 200m Backstroke / GOLD 400m IM
Lucas Weir – GOLD 200m IM / GOLD 100m Breaststroke
Please click here to view the Scottish schools’ full results Swimming – Scottish Schools full results
Reminder to parents that the S3 Parents Evening is on tonight from 4.30pm.
The Rock Challenge design team would love some donations of clothes for their current production. If anyone has any of the following please could they pass them to Mrs McBride in Art & Design or Ms Torok in Guidance? Thankyou!
For Suffragettes we need:
Long skirts (plain colours)
White/cream/light coloured blouses
For Workers/slaves we need: (please note that all the clothes for Slaves will not be returned, as they need to be tatty and will be severely altered/cut up by the design team!)
Old shirts/trousers/skirts (plain/neutral colours preferably), which can be aged/distressed
Cloth aprons – white or light colours
Thanks to our S6 Prefects for organising an extra-curricular fayre last Thursday – a great chance for pupils to hear about all the exciting clubs and opportunities available at Nairn!
|Monday||12 November 2018||6pm||Modern Languages||Higher|
|Tuesday||13 November 2018||6pm||English||National 5|
|Thursday||15 November 2018||6pm||Human Biology||Higher|
For more information on how to take part in upcoming sessions, please visit SCHOLAR’s Online Tutor Sessions.
Please note that worksheets will be available and should be attempted before some sessions.
Massive congratulations to the Equality Forum and in particular Jo Fitzpatrick. Jo’s poem is being used in the report of the LGBTI Inclusive Education Working Group. The founders of the TIE Campaign, Jordan Daly and Liam Stevenson, thought it perfectly and powerfully encapsulated their campaign as well as the aims of the report. The report will be published around 15:15 today at on www.gov.scot/isbn/9781787812932 and Deputy First Minister will be making a statement to Parliament followed by questions from MSPs that you can watch at https://www.scottishparliament.tv/.