October Holidays

School closes for the October holidays on Friday 11 October at 12.30 pm for the primary school and 1.00 pm for the nursery.  School resumes on Monday 28 October.

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Kenya Trip

Mrs MacDonald is travelling to Kenya on 5 October with Miss Lee, Mrs Robson, Miss Watkins and Rev Andrea Boyes. Thank to everyone who helped with donations to take to the school in Kenya that they will be visiting.

Parent Council Meeting – Wednesday 18 September

NORTH WEST SUTHERLAND SCHOOLS PARENT COUNCIL

Annual General Meeting

Followed by Ordinary Meeting

 

Wednesday 18 September

7.00 PM

SCOURIE PRIMARY SCHOOL

 

All parents and careers are welcome

If you have items you wish to be discussed please contact the secretary:

cgmbsl@gmail.com

Telephone:  01971 906 (Day) or 01971 521302 (Evening)

Download the agenda

Agenda AGM

 

 

New Website for North West Sutherland Schools

We have a new website for North West Sutherland Schools.

http://www.nws-schools.com

This website contains news that affects the whole group, Parent Council minutes, a link to Wednesday activities and various documents that are relevant to all schools.

At the top right-hand corner, you will see the phrase Follow Us.  If  you enter your email and press submit, you will receive an email every time there is a new post.

Raising E-Safety Awareness – at KLB HS Thursday 27 June 2.30 pm

Dear Parents/Carers

As part of the upcoming roll out of Chrome book devices for pupils in P6-S6, we would like to invite all parents to an online safety awareness workshop at Kinlochbervie High School on Thursday the 27th of June at 2.30pm.

We recognise both the benefits and the difficult challenges young people can face, and we aim to provide them and yourselves with as much key information as possible to empower them to become safe users of the internet and mobile devices.
The main purpose of the workshop will be to learn about specific online concerns and dangers which your child may face, and to find out how to work as a family and in partnership with school to minimise the risks.

We hope that by the end of the session, you will have a greater understanding of the dangers to be aware of, and know where to go for help and advice if you have concerns.

We look forward to welcoming as many of you as possible to what I’m sure will be a valuable and informative event.

Mrs Katie MacFarlane & Mr Neil Galbraith
North West Sutherland Schools Digital Leaders