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27 September 2019Shinty Success

Big well done to our shinty players whose skills have developed so much over the last years due to their hard work and commitment.

Mya Carmichael, Rosylyn Ritchie, Ellen Munro, Lisa Ford, Maighsi Rough and Sally Patterson have been selected to play in the Red V Blue U14 district side representing the South.

Freddie Patterson has been selected to play for the Under 14 North Division following trials last week.

Fantastic news all round.

27 September 2019Under 14 Shinty

Under 14 Shinty
The Under 14 mixed team beat Glenurgquart last night 3-2 in a league match. Shinty is going from strength to strenght in Ardna,urchan with our young talent being recognised in wider circles.

26 September 2019Equalities Champion

Congratulations to Anna Jackson who was appointed as AHS Equalities Champion for 2019/20.
The main aim of the role is to have a senior pupil who is looking out for those who are marginalised/ left out/ treated differently for any reason. It is a new role and the remit will develop as the year progresses.

 

26 September 2019Maths Challenge - Highland

2 of our S3s and 2 of our S4s chosen for their particular Maths abilities took part in the Highland Maths Challenge competition in Inverness yesterday.  Not a win for us this year but a very credible performance for all involved.  Well done to them!

26 September 2019Small School's Girls' Football

Congratulations to our Junior and  Senior Girls who played brilliantly in all their matches and ,although legs were getting tired towards the end of the evening, no-one would have believed that they had just completed a sponsored walk. Both teams are through to the finals to be held in November. They did us proud!

25 September 2019Swimming Success

Swimming Success
Congratulations toTerra Grier who swam in 3 events in the Highland Disability Sport Junior Swimming Gala yesterday. She swam well and got 2 very good pb's. She also won 1 silver and 2 gold medals.

25 September 2019Sponsored Walk

Big well done to all our walkers today. Great effort from everybody and hopefully a good fundraiser too.
Thanks to everyone who walked, helped, supported, sponsored and special thanks to Kate Campbell of The Ariundle Centre for her generous donation of juice and biscuits at the 7 mile stage.

25 September 2019Shinty Success

Shinty Success
Well done to our boys team who reached the Great Glen 6s final yesterday at Glenurquhart high.

The boys battled through the groups stages to beat Inverness Royal Academy 1-0 in the semi final.

It wasn’t to be in the final as we were beaten by rivals and current cup holders Lochaber High 2-0

Well done to all the guys. Its been a while since the boys have reached this level

20 September 2019Scholar on-Line Sessions

SCHOLAR's upcoming Online Tutor Sessions are:

Day

Date

Time

Subject

Level

Monday

23/09/2019

6pm

Computing

National 5

Tuesday

24/09/2019

6pm

  Chemistry   

 Higher

Thursday

26/09/2019

6pm

Maths

Higher

For more information on how to take part in upcoming sessions, please visit SCHOLAR's Online Tutor Sessions.
Please note that worksheets will be available and should be attempted before some sessions.

You can see regular updates via Twitter @SCHOLARuk and Facebook SCHOLARprogramme.

19 September 2019Lochaber Housing Association Award for Academic Excellence

We were delighted to welcome Mrs Catriona Hunter to present this year’s Lochaber Housing Award for Academic Achievement to Alistair Tait, now in S6,  for his excellent achievement in his exams in 2019.  Alistair achieved 4 Higher awards this year at A ( to add to his 2 higher awards last year when in S4) as well as an Advanced Higher  award at band A this year

19 September 2019Small School's Football - Southern Area

The S2/S3 Boys' team qualified for the final last night beating every other team in our area. The final will be played at Glenurquhart High School in November.
Great play all round!
Well done to the boys, their supporters and everyone involved.

 

17 September 2019Spinal Injuries Tournament

documents/7-a-side-football-tournament-entry-form.docx

Information for the 7 a side tournament in aid of the Spinal Injuries Association to be held at AHS on Friday 11 October 6.30pm

  • £40 entry fee per team
  • Closing date for entries 7.10.19
  • Squad of no more than 10.
  • No more than two U 14 players per squad.
  • Roll on /off of substitutes allowed.
  • Male/female teams.
  • SFA 7 a side rules
  • Each team must designate one person willing to act as referee.
  • Referee’s decision is final.
  • Abusive /aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated. 1 incident out of game, 2 incidents out of tournament.
  • Trophy for winning team.
  • People wishing to play but without a team, please come along, we will try to find you a game.
  • Bibs available for teams without formal strip.

13 September 2019Scholar on-Line Sessions

SCHOLAR's upcoming Online Tutor Sessions are:

Day

Date

Time

Subject

Level

Tuesday

17/09/2019

6pm

English

Higher

Wednesday

18/09/2019

6pm

Physics

National 5

Thursday

19/09/2019

6pm

Biology

Advanced Higher

For more information on how to take part in upcoming sessions, please visit SCHOLAR's Online Tutor Sessions.
Please note that worksheets will be available and should be attempted before some sessions.

You can see regular updates via Twitter @SCHOLARuk and Facebook SCHOLARprogramme.

12 September 2019DYW Link - Apprenticeship Week

Apprenticeship Week
As part of our DYW focus, we were joined on Monday by some company representatives who shared their experiences with our senior pupils. A very interesting session for our young people

03 September 2019Moidart Show Success

Congratulations to the following pupils who were successful at the Moidart Show in the the portrait competition at the weekend:

1st Sally Patterson

2nd Holly Cameron

3rd Megan Curtis

 

29 August 2019Pupil Voice Assembly

Our Assembly today demonstrated the huge range of extra curricular activities open to our young people in AHS with staff competing for space in the week to organise meetings and events.

Start up clubs are:  Ardnamurcky Runners' Why Not Wednesday; Football Small School's Tournament Practices; Lunchtime Clubs for Sports; ICT Club; Duke of Edinburgh; Trad Music group; Art and/or Craft Club; Young Chef Competition; Eco Schools Committee; World Challenge planning; Sports' Council meeting.

We finished with our School Captains introducing the Pupil Council representatives for 2019/20 who have been elected by year groups over last two weeks.  

S1 Willow Bond-Carter and Parker Dawes

S2 Ross McCorkindale and Isla Crosbie

S3 Maisie Gregg and Fraser MacDonald

S4 Kirsty Campbell and Calum MacLellan

S5 Rachel Ford and Dugald Macintyre

S6 Janie Patterson and Ian Kammerath

 

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