Weekly Update 18/09/2020

Senior Study

ONLY S6’s can sign out for study. S6 must sign out AND back in each time (this is for fire safety regulations and Track & Trace protocol and is non-negotiable).

S5’s are not permitted to sign out and should use the study space provided, ensuring they sign in and out also.

Practical Classes

A letter has been issued to parents this week about commencing practical classes. The letter is below for your information.

CDT Course Costs

ParentPay has been updated this week for course costs for the CDT courses. The costs are as followed:

S1 £2
S2 £6
S3 Craft Skills £5
Nat 4/5 Woodworking £15

Can you please ensure these are paid on your pupils ParentPay accounts when possible.

S6 Climate Action Committee

Since the global climate strike in last September spurred us to organise and create a group of young, like-minded people, who share a passion for environmental protection and sustainability, our Climate Action Committee has taken steps to realise change within our school and in the wider area. Not only have we made changes to our canteen, regarding the unnecessary use of plastics, but we are dedicated to ensuring and protecting our community and beyond, actively petitioning and pressuring the local council to make structural, rather than superficial change. Without the help of young people, the perspective of our generation is lost. Considering the future is in our hands, it seems only appropriate that we are in touch with the leaders of today.

To support us, we are asking as many people as possible to sign our online petition. The link is:


School of Rugby

As we move forward in our return to school we can announce that the School of Rugby Programme will run again for 2020/2021 in partnership with Kelso RFC and Scottish Rugby. 

The programme provides the opportunity for any learners to sign up to participate in learning through Rugby with our Development Officer, Murray Hastie.  The programme is diverse and has a focus on skills, strength and conditioning, nutrition and general wellbeing.  Learners will be extracted from 1 period of PE per week as part of this and this provides the opportunity to work in small groups.  This year we are extending the programme from S1-S4.

If existing players wish to sign back up or you are new to the school and wish to express interest, parents/carers should complete the form asap via the link below.  Once signed up further information will follow.


Lunchtime Football Awards

The football nominations this week from Laura are:

Team player – Finlay Wight 1T
Most improved – Hayden Ritchie 1K2
Participation – Nathan Dyet 1K2

No players turned up 

Team player – Louie Arnold 3T1
Most improved – Lewis Quarrie 3K
Participation – Sam Grainger 3B

KHS Canteen w/c 21/09/20

Scottish FavouritesChicken Sausages with Mashed Potatoes, Pasta Bolognaise with Garlic Bread or Macaroni Cheese with Garlic BreadSteak Pie with Roast Potatoes, Salmon Fillet with Roast Potatoes or Vegetable Chow MeinCurry DayFish & Chips, Chicken Fried Rice or Quorn Sausages with Chips
Hot SandwichesCook’s Choice or PaniniCook’s Choice or PaniniCook’s Choice or PaniniCook’s Choice or Panini
Cold SandwichesSelection of Cold SandwichesSelection of Cold SandwichesSelection of Cold SandwichesSelection of Cold Sandwiches
Jacket PotatoCheese, Beans or Salad BarCheese, Beans or Salad BarCheese, Beans or Salad BarCheese, Beans or Salad Bar
Pizza/PastaCheese Pizza or Pasta KingCheese Pizza or Pasta KingCheese Pizza or Pasta KingCheese Pizza or Pasta King
SoupLentilTomatoSweet Potato and ChilliVegetable

Gluten Free options also available.

All these meals can always be ordered early in the day or on the day before as a Grab and Go to save pupils waiting at lunchtime.

Job / Apprenticeship Opportunities



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