Friends of SNHS Christmas Fair
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Our Christmas Fair will take place at our Lower School site on Wednesday 9th December at 5.30pm. There will be stalls, music, refreshments, a raffle and so much more! All are welcome and we hope it will help all who come along a chance to kindle our Christmas spirit and cheer. We look forward to se…

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Politics students have a post election debrief
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Politics students were able to follow up on their recent ZOOM call with Craig Meyer, Democrat State Representative from North Carolina, for a post US election debrief. There were some great questions from the students regarding the transfer of power, Biden’s priorities and relations with the UK, al…

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Charity Committee Christmas Appeal
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The Charity Committee have begun their Christmas Appeal and are seeking donations of groceries and toiletries from students. Shopping trolleys have been placed on both school sites and the donations received will be split between The Food Bank and Graih (the homeless shelter). Please see below for…

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Geographers visit Groudle River
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On Thursday, 19 Year 12 Geography students visited two sites on the Groudle River to identify the efficiency and velocity of the river. In their groups they also had a secondary aim to consider ecological, political and social impacts of river restoration on the Lower Groudle river. The group were…

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Civil Defence and Search & Rescue Dogs (SARDA) joint exercise.
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On Wednesday evening there was a large scale search exercise to locate and treat nine members of the public that had been involved in an ‘incident’ at St. Ninian's Lower School (Bemahague site). The exercise involved four Civil Defence Teams and two search dogs and their teams. All ‘missing’ people…

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Guest speakers mark International Men's Day
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We were delighted to welcome Ryan de la Harpe, former rugby professional, now Vagabonds development officer, Steven Downward, education facilitator at Isle Listen and Chris Coole, Headteacher of St. Ninian's High School, to deliver a Sixth Form assembly with a focus on International Men's Day. Each…

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International Men's Day Health Fair
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As part of our week long programme to celebrate International Men’s Day, our prefects held a health fair at upper school on Thursday. There were information stalls for both males and females, including quitting smoking, male cancers, mental health, Motiv8 gambling and alcohol services and fitness,…

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Sixth Form Rewards Breakfast
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On Wednesday we held a Sixth Form Rewards Breakfast for students who achieved an expert learner comment in all of their subjects in their recent interim report. This is a fantastic achievement. Well done!

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Debate Club
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Today’s motion for the Sixth Form Debate Committee was “This house holds that ‘cancel culture’ does more harm than good” There were some excellent impassioned speeches for both sides, and some detailed discussions on the use of cancel culture in relation to the #Metoo movement and with the recent c…

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