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Our very own S2 football team WON their League, coming top against some tough opposition in the form of Balerno and Holyrood.
Well done to the boys and more of the same next season please.
Music Concert @ Juniper Green Church
Monday 4th June 2018 @ 6.30pm
Featuring pupils from Currie High and Juniper Green Primary School
Tickets can be purchased from Currie High School Office costing £3 Adults and £1 Chidren
Other outlets to purchase tickets are – Mollys in Juniper Green, the Primary Schools and at the door on the night.
Proceeds go to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
Entries are now open to apply for this Bursary Scheme.
CMS are looking for a S5 state school pupil, hoping to go on to study law, to become our next CMS Bursary winner for Scotland. The winner will receive £2,500 per year, for each year of their law degree, together with mentoring support and paid work experience with the firm. This is now our fourth year of awarding the bursary in Scotland and previous winners have gone on to study law at Aberdeen, Glasgow and Strathclyde.
How do pupils apply?
To enter the competition, we ask for a short essay and application form, which is to submitted by Friday 29 June 2018. You can find full details of the bursary scheme and how to apply on our website.
Rules for the competition in Scotland can also be found on our website.
Please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Background to CMS
CMS is the 6th largest law firm in the world and has recently been named in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers 2017/2018. As well as supporting students in their university applications, the Bursary Scheme offers students a chance to develop a relationship with us and start their journey into the legal profession. We hope the Bursary scheme is a great opportunity for a school pupil hoping to go on to study law.
Hundreds of healthcare professionals from across the UK will be volunteering to present and network with your students who are interested in:
- Veterinary Medicine
at our National Healthcare Weekends on the 16th and 17th June taking place at the University of Stirling!
Please see attached flyer for more details.
National Healthcare Weekend July Flyer
We are putting together our S1-S3 Wider Achievement Awards. We are asking Parents/Carers if there have been any achievements that the school is not currently aware of? If so could you send us an email and let us know the details so we can consider these for our Awards Ceremony?
Please send your mails FAO Claire Mulvey to firstname.lastname@example.org
A message to be passed regarding our fundraising for Kira last Friday –
Please pass on our massive thanks to Currie High .
We feel so blessed to have everyone’s support.
Aud & Kira X
A massive CONGRATULATIONS to one of our S1 pupils Jaimie Cook. Jaimie not only retained his British U14 Foil (Fencing) title at the British Youth Championships at the weekend, it was infact the THIRD time he has won the title.
Not only that but he has been selected to compete for Scotland at the Junior and Cadet Commonwealth Fencing Championships at both under 17 and under 20 age groups, making him the youngest competitor from any country ever to take part.
We are all very proud of Jaimie and wish him luck for the Commonwealth Fencing Championships.
CCHS Pupils, Staff and Parents
We have raised £372.65 today – which is brilliant given that half the school is on study leave.
We hope all goes well when Kira gets to New York.
We are delighted to announce that Currie CHS is now an officially recognised Rights Respecting School.
Thanks to the efforts of our staff and pupils we have been awarded Unicef’s Bronze Award: Rights Committed. This is the first milestone in our aim to achieve Gold by 2020. Well done to all those involved in making this happen.
For more information visit: https://www.unicef.org.uk/rights-respecting-schools/
Kira The Machine Appeal
We are having a Hats4Kira day on Friday 4th May. This is completely optional but if the Staff and Pupils want to pay £1 to wear a hat/silly hairstyle or wig to school on that day it would support a great cause.
Many of you may have seen footage recently on TV and social media of the campaign for Kira the Machine. Kira is a 14 year old from Craiglockhart who is a pupil at Firrhill High School. She has been fighting high-risk Neuroblastoma since she was 11. She urgently needs an operation to completely remove the disease. Despite gruelling treatment and three operations already, her cancer has come back twice.
Now her best hope of being disease-free is life-saving surgery in the USA by a world renowned specialist surgeon in New York.
Kira’s family have to raise £350,000 by 10th May and are desperately appealing to raise funds.
||FirrhillSSC on Twitter
“This Friday we are holding a #Hats4Kira day! Check out this lovely film by @clairegould00 (you might see some familiar FHS faces) to promote @Kiranoble3’s cause, and share it to encourage others to have a hat day ❤️ #KiraTheMachine 💪 @SKC_Europe https://t.co/mPwOsrqTiZ”