Unfortunately the planned issue date for S3 report cards (Friday 7th June) has had to be rescheduled to allow for technical difficulties with the report writing system used in the school.
It is hoped that the reports will now be issued to S3 pupils by Tuesday 11th June at the latest.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Belize silent auction and pudding night will take place on Friday 26th of April from 7-9PM in the main hall. Come along and get yourself a bargain. £3 entry. Free entry for ages 11 or under. Free tea and coffee.
If you can't make it on the night you can bid online via email, text or phone at http://belize.wickhighschool.org/auction
We hope we will see you there.
Wick High School have been promoting Fair Trade Fortnight (25 February – 10 March) with a new Fair Trade Tuck Shop which has been running in the school at break-times.
The Tuck Shop stocks a variety of Fair Trade products and aims to raise awareness amongst pupils of the fair trade cause. The school’s Parent Council provided a loan of £200 as a start-up fund and a group of S2 volunteers have been running the Tuck Shop and are clocking up their hours for their Silver Saltire Awards, for which they have to achieve 25 hours of voluntary work.
The Tuck Shop has been a huge hit and had to be re-stocked after its first week of trading. Due to its success it will continue to be run once a month after the Fair Trade Fortnight event. Business Education Teacher Lucy Bremner, who supported the pupils with the project, said: “The Tuck Shop has been a great success and is a credit to the pupils’ hard work, enthusiasm and enterprising spirit. It is evident that pupils and staff across the school have gained a greater appreciation of Fair Trade from our activities and we have made a strong start towards becoming a Fair Trade School.”