Daily Bulletin – Monday 30 September

Daily Bulletin – Monday 30 September

Sponsored Walk: Please remember that all sponsored walk money must be handed in by the October holidays. To date 53 pupils have handed in sponsorship totalling just over £1500. The expectation is that all pupils taking part should be collecting sponsorship or making a donation to this key fundraising event. Please help us raise money for the School Fund which supports trips, events and activities for pupils throughout the year and charities nominated by Interact pupils by making your contribution. Money/cheques can go in the pupil drop box in a sealed envelope with pupil name on outside or be handed in to the school office. Thank you for your support.

S4-S6:  Writing Competition: Any budding poets aged 16-18 years old? You have the chance to enter The Christopher Tower Poetry Competition 2020.

It is completely free to enter, and every entry is read and judged anonymously by a panel of successful contemporary poets. This year’s them is ‘Trees’.

First prize is £3000, second is £1500 and third is £500.  There are also three runner-up prizes of £250 each.  Please see Mrs Rae if you are interested.

S1-S6:  What do you want to do when you leave school?

If you don’t know why not come and find out about different careers.

Career talks in the library at 1:30pm.  All welcome.

Mon 30th Sept         -Thinking about medicine? (Kyle Michie)

Tues 1st Oct            – Pharmaceutical industry (Lisa Wilkie)

Wed 2nd Oct            – Construction (Colin Crombie)

Thurs 3rd Oct          – Midwifery (Sophie Poole) / Childcare (Lianne Robertson)

Fri 4th Oct               – GP (Monica Iloya) / NHS nursing (Fiona Mitchell)

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