All of Broughton S1 students had the opportunity to visit Stirling Castle in May 2019. They were able to explore the castle buildings, exhibitions and gardens. Great thanks is due to all the pupils and staff who took part, as well as the Parent Council and Management of Broughton High School for supporting this trip.
At its meeting yesterday, the Education, Children & Families Committee took the decision to allow pupils to participate in the School Strike for Climate Change on 24 May.
Lorna Sweeney, Schools and Lifelong Learning Service Manager, has issued a letter regarding the event and, as before, parents/carers are expected in advance to write to the school confirming their child’s participation in this event and accepting responsibility for their safety.
Mr Wilson invites you to the S6 Farewell on Friday 31 May from 12pm in the School Library. Light refreshments will be served.
If you are thinking about doing a Higher Education course at college or university, the SAAS Funding Applications for 2019/20 are open now. To ensure that all students receive their funding in time for the start of their course they must submit an accurate application with all required supporting evidence by 30 June 2019. Information on available funding is on the SAAS website. Students should not wait until they receive their exam results to submit their application.
It is Mental Health Awareness Week this week and the theme this year is body image. S1 to S3 have been learning about mental health and wellbeing in PSE, and been completing a mental health research task on a area of their chosing. Health Scotland has also created a leaflet for young people giving advice on coping with feeling sad or unhappy