Harrison in S3 received an Environmental and Sustainability Shield from the school back in July for his efforts in keeping the school clean and tidy. As well as regular litter picks around the campus, Harrison spends 1 period a week going round the Academy collecting recycling from all the departments. Harrison is very proud of his work in keeping Alford Academy clean and tidy. He is very passionate about making the school look as good as it can, well done Harrison. Keep up the good work!
Need to get your bike fixed? Funded by the Scottish Government and delivered through Cycling UK and participating retailers, the Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme provides free bike repair and maintenance work up to a value of £50.
Click here for more information. https://www.cyclinguk.org/ScotCycleRepair
Explore over 30 unis, colleges, and providers in one place at the UCAS virtual exhibition!
This is your perfect opportunity to meet unis, ask questions, speak to subject experts, and compare courses ahead of the deadline. If you’re looking at courses in any of the other subjects listed below, either in Scotland or England, make sure you book your place.
You’ll be able to:
- ask anything to over 30 unis and colleges
- get personal statement and interview advice from the unis you’re interested in
- take part in seminars and live Q&As on student essentials, including subject-specific support and student finance
- take virtual tours of different campuses and accommodation options
- speak to course experts
- meet current students, to find out what uni life’s really like
Applications are now open for any S1 pupils who would like to become a member of the Student Council. Applications must be received by end of day Wednesday 23rd September.
To apply please click here.
Recruiting now for schools in the Alford area – please see details below
Please click on link for further information
Alford relief cleaners closing 28.09.20
S1 parents – we have launched our personal reading programme for S1 – Book Bingo. We’re asking learners to complete at least one task by the end of term & submit via their Google Classroom (it will be assigned to them on there). This will be their only piece of homework / home learning across the school this first term as we ease them back in #literacy
Beginning on August 24th pupils will be asked to change their Glow passwords.
This will be an annual occurrence to ensure continued security for users and their data in the Glow platform.
Password change advice can be found here.
We’ve made it to the end of the week and you’ve been amazing.
Thanks to everyone for all their hard work and a special mention to our pupils for working so well together with us.
A few sleepy heads today so rest now and have a good weekend. See you all again on Monday.
Well done Team Alford!