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S1-3 Rotary Drawing from Life entries

Entries starting to come in for the Rotary drawing competition -work looks great. Well Done everyone for submitting and good luck. Entries to be in by the end of this week please.
Art Department

Poppy Project 2018

Exciting start to the poppy project today with something special for the centenary.

S4-6: Getting the Best Results You Can

Note: this post has been updated to include the presentation given to S4 students.

Included in this post is a copy of the support pack we have put together to help Senior students and their parents understand what resources are available to support learning this year and what good study habits look like:

I went through this pack with S5 and S6 students at assembly this morning. S4 will have a similar assembly a week on Friday.

Mr Robertson (Depute Headteacher)

FRINGE 2018!

Lovely trip to Edinburgh yesterday with a great group of pupils whose behaviour was exemplary and a joy to take out! Five Star musical ‘Rent’ was thoroughly enjoyed by all!

Andrea Thacker
PT Expressive Arts

SENIOR DRAMA AND MUSIC PUPILS FRINGE TRIP!

Any pupil wishing to attend the fringe trip on Friday 24th August, leaving school period 5 and returning of Friday evening, please hand in your form OR confirm your attendance by email to eyhsathacker@glow.sch.uk – we will need to book train tickets in holidays. Payment will be due first day back. Any questions, drop me a message! Mrs Thacker

Andrea Thacker

PT Expressive Arts

“Gallop a pace…..”

…and get ye to ‘Romeo and Juliet’, a musical, kid friendly version of the classic! £5 adults and £3 under 18’s from school office, or on the door…but when they’re gone, they’re gone! 7pm show start.

KIRK SQUARE SUCCESS!

We were delighted to be asked by the organisers of Kirk Square Kitchen to provide the sound and entertainment for this years event. Putting their newly acquired skills to the test having completed their music technology exam, Mickael Alexander and Katherine Marsh operated the sound system for the day and entertainment was provided by students past and present. The weather threatened to put a dampener on things, however, it stayed fair (and at points rather toasty!) and the afternoon was a great success with EHS students doing us proud once again. We also took the opportunity to present cheques to Eyemouth Herring Queen and Eyemouth Lifeboat from funds we had raised from CD sales which were recorded last years thanks to Alan McQueen and John Peakman at Acredale Studios. Full list of performers were; Carly Robertson, Miah Hindhaugh, Hannah Ritchie, Ying Chen, Alex Renton, Marc Mitchell, Katherine Marsh, Mickael Alexander, Elycia Brocker-Penalver and cast members from our forthcoming production ‘Romeo and Juliet’.

Andrea Thacker
PT Expressive Arts