Senior Phase Learner Pathway event – Thursday 19th September 2019

There will be an opportunity on the afternoon of 19th September for any student in the Senior Phase S4-6, who intends leaving school at the end of this session to attend the Senior Phase Learner Pathway event.

This will be held in the Assembly Hall from 2.00pm to 4.30pm and there will be a number of pathway representatives in attendance such as Skills Development Scotland, Robert Gordon’s University Innovations team , RGU Graduate apprenticeships, North East college, Moray College, Inverness College, Barnardo’s, TSi Moray, DYW Moray and also the Youth Engagement Team.

There will be a focus on the following areas:

Career decision making
Preparation for the Higher Education Careers Convention
Modern Apprenticeships
Graduate Apprenticeships
Higher National Certificates
Degree Pathways
Volunteering
Activity agreements
Employability Fund

Parents are very welcome to come along to this event at any point between 2.00pm and 4.30pm and we look forward to seeing you then.

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Senior students 2019-2020

 


New senior students are Ellis Saunders (Head),  Morven Ross (L) and Robyn Thompson (R) (Deputy Head Students) for 2019-2020.  Further details on the Senior Student page under School Information

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Active Schools programme August – October 2019

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Young Ambassadors

Congratulations to S4 pupils Fraser Whitecross and Niamh Grant who have been appointed as the Young Ambassadors for Elgin Academy.

The Young Ambassadors programme is funded by the National Lottery and is a key element of SportScotland’s contribution to developing young people as leaders in sport. Each year, two pupils from secondary schools in Scotland are chosen as Young Ambassadors to promote sport, and motivate and inspire other young people to get involved in sport in their schools, clubs and local communities.

Fraser and Niamh will be responsible for influencing six key aspects of school sport:

  • Extra-curricular sport provision
  • Links to community sport opportunities
  • Opportunities for competition
  • Celebration of pupil achievements in sport
  • Leadership opportunities for young people
  • PE in schools

We wish Fraser and Niamh all the best in their new roles.

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End of session (2018/2019) – letter from the Headteacher

Letter to Parents – End of Term Summer 2019 (pdf format)

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Post exam results – arrangements

An updated letter concerning the arrangements for AFTER results day (August 2019) is below:

Post Results Arrangements (UPDATED)

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