Year 10 Rewards Breakfast
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Miss Watts was delighted to share a rewards breakfast with Year 10 students who had demonstrated an excellent attitude to learning in the recent interim reports. Well done, keep up the effort!

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World Wide Napier
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Year 12 and Year 13 linguists started the term very productively, writing 600 words articles, in either French or Spanish, on a huge range of topics, as diverse as the icons that are Enrique Iglesias and Edith Piaf as well as the Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sánchez and cinema in Spain after the…

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A tribute to Hector
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All of us at St. Ninian's High school are incredibly saddened by the news of Hector Duff's passing. He was a great friend of our school and a regular visitor to us over the years, as he was with many schools on the island. In 2012, St.Ninian’s student Mduzi Mtshali fielded a wide range of questions…

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Remembering Hector Duff OBE
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We are saddened to hear that long time friend of the school, Hector Duff OBE, passed away peacefully earlier today. Hector was a frequent visitor and we were honoured that he was able to pass on his knowledge and experiences to so many of our students over the years. The thoughts of the entire St.…

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Our new Year 10 prefects
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Our Year 10 prefects already have some great ideas of what they would like to do in their new roles. They began by running the Tutor Games, which sees 10 different Tutor Groups compete against one another in a series of events. Last week they held a quiz and this week they had the Connect 4 Champio…

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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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