EU Code Week
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Last week was EU code week and SNHS students had a chance to engage in coding activities. Learning to code is a really useful skill for all students to learn, even if they don’t want to become coders. It teaches us organisation, logic and perseverance, as well as how to debug or find mistakes in ou…

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Year 10 Geography students visit Malham
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Last week, 25 Year 10 Geography students set off for a three day trip to Malham in the Yorkshire Dales. Although a little soggy for the first part, the students visited an upland farm, went down a limestone cave and walked around some spectacular scenery. They also took part in the “Geog Factor” sh…

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Happy 100th Birthday to Hector Duff
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Staff and students at St Ninian’s High School would like to wish our regular visitor and neighbour Hector Duff a wonderful 100th birthday! Hector has been a visiting speaker to both Upper and Lower school for over a decade, and our students have been privileged to hear Hector’s stories and experien…

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Annual Presentation of Awards - Tuesday 8th October
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Tuesday afternoon saw our Annual Presentation of Awards Ceremony hosted at the Villa Marina. The ceremony included speeches by Mrs Brereton, our Chair of Governors, Mr. Coole, our Head Teacher and reviews of the year by student representatives from each Key Stage. A full set of award winner photogr…

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Employment & Skills Event 2019
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Date for the diary - the 2019 Employment & Skills Event will take place at the Villa Marina on Thursday 7th November between 9am to 5pm. More details the follow!

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Students enjoy 'Tea and Talk' on World Mental Health Day
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The chance to sample home made cakes, have a cup of tea and chat was well received by both staff and students today. At our 'Tea and Talk' event, in recognition of World Mental Health Day, students had the opportunity to find out more about the support available for mental health issues and engage…

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Feedback from our Year 7 Parents
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It was lovely to see so many parents of our new Year 7 students at the ‘Meet the Tutor’ evening at Lower School last week. Thank you to everyone who completed the parental survey, which indicates that our students are settling in very well. 95% of parents reported that they feel their child is happ…

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Year 7 Teamwork Day
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On Tuesday 8th October, Year 7 embraced a dropdown day designed to develop an aspect of their year group ethos: ‘Teamwork’. The students were grouped into their houses and rotated around a variety of team challenges encouraging positivity, communication, respect, dedication, willingness and adaptab…

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World Mental Health Day
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Thursday 10th October is World Mental Health Day and we would like to mark this in school in a number of ways. On Thursday lunch time we will be holding 'Tea and Talk' event in the upper school hall which is open to students and staff. There will not be a charge for this, but donation buckets for R…

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