A great response from the current S3 in getting involved. Anyone still interested or with money outstanding should get this handed in by Monday afternoon (28th September).
We will be having a meeting at lunchtime on Wednesday 7th October in Mr Kidd’s room. Hopefully the logbooks will be with us. To help us allocate you a staff mentor, please think about getting a group together of you and your friends (up to a maximumof 7 pupils). We will do our utmost to accommodate you in friendship groups.
Two small groups are out on practice expedition next week (1st – 3rd October) with a few finally being assessed after being snowed off in the Spring last year! Please ensure you get a staff permission sheet from Mr Kiernan and approach your teachers for ‘appropriate discussions’.
Likewise, any other pupils interested should get logbook fee into a member of the team before Monday 28th September. A short meeting will be held in Mr Kiernan’s room after your return from work experience. Watch this space.
A lot of pupils have expressed an interest in participating but there have been few uptakes on this. A short meeting will be held in Mr Kidd’s room at break-time on Tuesday 29th September to finalise the participants list.
We are holding our annual Burns Supper and Ceilidh on Thursday 29th January at 6.30 pm.
This fantastic evening of Scottish food, fun, music & dance is open to S6 pupils, staff, parents and members of the local community.
If you wish to attend, tickets are priced £10 (includes a welcome drink and 3 course meal).
Tickets are available from the school office. (tel 01875 811170)
Proceeds from this event will be used to support school funds.
Welcome-William Galbraith (Head Teacher)
Quick Burns Quiz-Parent Council
Selkirk Grace– Mhairi Gilroy(Depute Head Girl)
Cock-a-Leekie Soup with crusty roll
Address To A Haggis–Robbie McLeod (S6)
Haggis, Neeps and Tatties
Coffee & Shortbread
Immortal Memory – Ian McLeod (Parent)
Toast To The Lassies – Calum McCombs (Head Boy)
Reply from The Lassies – Rosie Smith (Head Girl)
‘Death and Doctor Hornbook’ -
Gordon Kidd (Teacher) & Billy Horne (Parent)
Raffle will be drawn during break-(Parent Council)
This year’s Christmas Concert will be held on Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th December at 7.30 pm in the School Hall. This event is a sell out every year so buying tickets early is essential.
Tickets Cost £ 3 for adults and £ 1 for concessions/students.
Tickets can be purchased from Monday 24th November in the foyer during morning breaks or by contacting the school office.
This year’s Concert will range from traditional festive treats to Santana and Coldplay.
Now that Christmas is past it is time to get down to the hard study for the Prelims.
To see the exam timetable click Senior Exam Timetable 2008.
The annual talent show – are you auditioning??
The annual Senior Dance is always the highlight of the social calender at Preston Lodge. Tickets are on sale now for S5 and S6 Pupils only.
The annual Christmas concert at Preston Lodge High School is always a fantastic event and this year promises to be even better!
Venue: Preston Lodge High School
When: Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th December @ 7.30 pm
Cost: Adults £3 and Concessions (School Pupils/OAPs) £1
Refreshments will be available on the night.
Tickets can be purchased from the school office (01875 811170), outside the hall at morning breaks or from Mr Bishop in the Music Department. Items at the concert this year will range from traditional carols to Metallica and African Drumming to The Proclaimers Other items include will be The Monkees, Soul Medley, Pirates Of The Carribean and Pulp Fiction.
This is a great opportunity to get into the spirit of Christmas and to hear fabulous musical performances.
Please come along and support all our talented young people.