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Can you sell a book of 5 raffle tickets (£1 per ticket) to family and friends?
If you are up for the challenge, please let us know and we will get the raffle tickets to you. You can send a message to CCHSPIP@gmail.com with your name and address or pop into the School Office.
This will go a long way to making our raffle a huge success, with all money raised going back into Currie Community High School
We have some fab prizes in this year’s raffle –
– £100 CASH
– Hamper, donated by Sainsburys
– Whisky, donated by the Juniper Inn
– Bottles of wine, donated by Kinleith Mill, Mollys and Riccarton Inn
– Vouchers, donated by Kinleith Mill, Riccarton Inn, Mollys and MacDonalds (Chesser)
– Silver package portrait shoot from Maxx photography, a Canvas gallery (worth £52) and money off vouchers
– Flowers from Juniper Flowers
– Cake donated by Juniper Bakes
Please return all money, ticket stubs and any unsold tickets to the School Office / Kirsty Stoddart / Naomi Barton
Thank you so much for your support.
Parents in Partnership
Draw takes place on Saturday 30th November at the CCHS Christmas Fayre
There has been a small change to the timetable with Mrs Anderson (previously Ms Park) moving her Computing supported study from Monday to Wednesday. Please see link to the updated timetable below –
Monitored Supported Study Timetable Oct to Dec 2019 Version2
Launching on Thursday 14thth November until Thursday 28th November
PiP are looking for donations for the TOMBOLA STALL for this year’s Christmas Fayre It’s being held on Sat 30th November 12 to 3pm
PiP are looking for –
S1’s – Chocolate and sweet items
S2’s – Any Toiletries
S3’s – Any Savoury items
S4’s – Any Christmas themed items
S5 and S6 – you can bring in any of the type of items above.
Can Students please bring along their donations to registration
and start earning those House Points
LENNOX HERMISTON KINLEITH
Thanks in advance for all your contributions – much appreciated
If you have children at the school, will have children going to the school in the future and/or are a member of the community in the vicinity of Currie High School, please complete the surveys below.
Parents/Carers: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CCHSParentSurvey (closing date approximately Mon; 11 Nov)
Community: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CCHSCommunity (closing date is later than above, but not 100% sure yet)
Thank you for your time.
Come along and support Currie Community High School Christmas Fayre on Sat 30th November.
There will be stalls, music, café and of course Father Christmas.
If you would like to help we are still looking for VOLUNTEERS to help organise and run stalls before and on the day of the Fayre. Please contact us via email email@example.com.
All help and donations for tombola and or raffle will be greatly appreciated.
Money raised at the Fayre is put straight back into the school. In the last few years we have bought white goods for Health and Food Technology and the Welfare Room, Maths text books, Clay unit for Art, Languages website subscriptions, lighting for Drama and Support for Learning reading programme subscriptions, to name a few.
Please spread the word on Facebook Twitter Snapchat. If you can put up posters please feel free to do so by picking up posters from the school or print out the below attachment.
Many thanks, Staff and pupils really appreciate all your help.
XMAS FAYRE POSTER 2019 v1
We are very sorry to advise that due to personal circumstances Jackie Kay cannot appear at Currie High School on 31 October. She sends her apologies and we are very sorry for the short notice given.
Pupil Support Assistant- fixed term to 26/06/2020
Currie Community High School
Salary: £16,287 – £18,316 (pro rata for part time and sessional) plus living wage allowance if applicable
Hours: 27.5 per week, term-time only (39 weeks per year)
Please see link below
Did you know that claiming your free school meal entitlement benefits the whole school community?
The Scottish Government allocates additional funding to schools based on the volume of children in each school who claim FSM. This means for every parent who is entitled to this benefit and claims it by making an annual application through the City of Edinburgh Councils website, the school benefits by receiving additional funding to support the learning and engagement of the whole school community. Do something positive to help your school, find out more or make an application by clicking the link below.
Deputy Head (Acting)
The S3 parent consultation is planned for Thursday 14th November 2019.
We continue to use an Electronic Parent Consultation Booking System. The system has been designed to be simple to use and requires little technical knowledge or experience. The booking process should take no more than five minutes to complete. To make your appointment please go to the web page: http://www.parents-booking.co.uk/currie
To log in you will need:
• The lead parents name as advised to the school. If you use Mrs or Miss and the login is not successful, please try and use Ms.
• Your child’s legal first name and legal surname
• Your child’s date of birth
The system is live today at 6pm and will be open to take your bookings until 10th November 2019 at 10.00pm. Once you have logged in, we suggest you use the ‘Automated Booking’ wizard to make your appointments. You will be asked to enter your availability and choose which teachers you would like to see before being shown the most efficient order for visiting those teachers on the night. Please ensure you want to see RME and Core PE teachers, if not please leave them unticked.
If you would like to make an appointment with a Pupil Support Leader (Guidance teacher) these can be made on your arrival at school on the evening. A booking sheet will be held at the sign in desk with each appointment being ten minutes in length. Please note Pupil Support Leader appointments cannot be made via the electronic booking system.
If you do not have access to a computer or any other electronic device with internet access, please contact Susan Tait at the school who will be happy to assist you in making appointments.
Deputy Head Teacher
We are super excited to welcome the Scots Makar to C.C.H.S for a talk at 7-8 pm on October 31st. Please see Eventbrite.co.uk for free tickets to the event called ”Part fable, Part Porridge” In conversation with Jackie Kay.