As part of our S1 Nairn One World course, S1 pupils will visit the Shieling Project. Some pupils visited this week and took part in a range of activities including turf cutting and wall building, collecting flowers/plants to use as dye for wool, baking bread, using a cob oven and learning about life in the Shieling and how it compares with today. Despite the varying weather across the week, pupils took part and had a great experience in outdoor learning.
S2 Survival themed days Monday 28th / Tuesday 29th May. S2 do not need to wear dress code but do need PE kit both days.
All S2 pupils will have a different learning experience on Mon 28th and Tues 29th May where they will work across subjects looking at ‘survival skills’. They will get full details in school on Monday. To help the preparation for this, please note S2 pupils do not need to wear dress code and they do need to have PE kit on both days. On each day, S2 should go to registration as normal and then head to the canteen at the start of p1.
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• Letter Slip/Consent Forms – must be in before pupils can go.
• Disclaimer Form – if you have been given a form it must be signed by a Parent/Guardian otherwise you will not be allowed to take part in the activity.
• Electronic Devices – taken at own risk.
• Medical – must bring medication if required.
• Clothing – dress appropriately for the weather/activity i.e. if it’s going to be hot please bring a hat, if raining ensure you wear waterproof clothing (check the weather forecast).
• Suntan Lotion!
• Behaviour – usual high standards expected.
• Bring plenty of water and snacks.
• Order Grab and Go if required – must be ordered TODAY (Wednesday, 23 May 2018)!
Inverness College have organised another Facebook live chat for tonight for Civil Engineering queries on the Built Environment. Please see the Facebook link below. This might be a good opportunity for young people to ask questions if they are thinking of leaving school or looking at Inverness College UHI as an option for full time study.
On behalf of CMS, please see below for details of an exciting bursary opportunity for S5 pupils interesting in studying law.
Background to CMS
CMS is the 6th largest law firm in the world and has recently been named in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers 2017/2018. As well as supporting students in their university applications, the Bursary Scheme offers students a chance to develop a relationship with us and start their journey into the legal profession. We hope the Bursary scheme is a great opportunity for a school pupil hoping to go on to study law.
Who can apply?
We are looking for a S5 state school pupil, hoping to go on to study law, to become our next CMS Bursary winner for Scotland. The winner will receive £2,500 per year, for each year of their law degree, together with mentoring support and paid work experience with the firm. This is now our fourth year of awarding the bursary in Scotland and previous winners have gone on to study law at Aberdeen, Glasgow and Strathclyde.
How do pupils apply?
To enter the competition, we ask for a short essay and application form, which is to submitted by Friday 29 June 2018. You can find full details of the bursary scheme and how to apply on the CMS website.