The notes from our online meeting on Thursday 14th January are now available on our website:
Full minutes will be approved at our next meeting.
Our first PC meeting of the term will take place on Thursday at 6pm. To request a Zoom invitation, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The main focus of the meeting will be on updates from the school’s senior leadership team re. this term’s online learning, SQA etc.
We look forward to seeing you online.
The Parent Council would like to thank all BHS staff for their efforts over this incredibly difficult term. We really appreciate everything you have done to keep our children safe and happy at school.
Wishing the whole school community – pupils, parents, carers and staff – all the best for this unusual festive season and good health and happiness in the year ahead.
The 200 Club draws have been delayed due to various lockdown pressures, but last week all outstanding draws were completed and the lucky prizewinners are listed below. Enjoy spending your winnings!
The 200 Club is a charity lottery benefitting the Broughton High School Association, who fund bids from the school to cover a wide range of equipment and activities. It’s easy to join the 200 Club – a minimum payment of £5 per month enters you into the draw and gives you the chance to win prizes all year round!
Obviously the Broughton High School Association’s fundraising has been severely impacted this year, and the 200 Club is one way to keep funds rolling in. In 2019/20 a total of £1400 was raised.
For more information or to join the 200 Club contact Colin Gilbert at: 200Club@broughtonhighpc.org or simply complete this online form: https://goo.gl/forms/IjCLYZj3nAw4ojAm2
We have uploaded some brief notes from the PC meeting last week onto our website for parents’/carers’ information:
Issues which arose include the bad news that three bikes were stolen from the pupils’ shed last week. The PC are investigating various avenues to try to improve bike security, and we would like to organise a meeting for parents/carers whose children cycle to school. If you are interested in taking part, please e-mail Aletta at email@example.com .
We have also had a few comments on Facebook about Broughton pupils not wearing face coverings on public transport. Please remind your young people to wear a face covering unless they are exempt from doing so.