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S1 Walking Week

Since last Wednesday, our S1 pupils have been taking part in “Walking Week” where each class went head to head to accumulate the most amount of minutes walked for a class prize. 88 more words

Just like how we have stressful situations arising in our life every now and then, kids too face a lot of trying situations at home, in school, with friends and every where around them in life. 511 more words

Child Development

Click! Click! How to encourage your child's photography skills?

Pointing at any random object around him and shooting it with my mobile phone’s camera is my son’s favourite pastime these days. Though he’s just 2.7 year old, he manages to click just-about-okay pictures, can open them from the phone’s gallery and also knows how to delete the pictures just like any other pre-schooler of his age would. 413 more words

Child Development

Highland Disability Sport Event

On Wednesday the 11th of May, seven of our pupils travelled to Queen’s Park Stadium in Inverness to compete in the Highland Disability Sport Event. 46 more words

Colour Mixing for Artists

Colour, Tone and Composition

Tutor: David Chen

Value Contrast: Colour in Composition

When most artists think of composition they think about where they place objects in a painting or drawing. 727 more words

General Topics

Why a bit of drama is good for you.

Years of research show that involvement with the creative arts is closely linked to almost everything that parents say they want for their children: academic achievement, social and emotional development, life skills and equality of opportunity among other things. 1,058 more words

Extra-curricular Activities

Those end of year school programs... bring your own meds

May seems the month we have more end-of-year functions for kids as I am learning. End of year programs, festivals, carnivals and graduations are weekly around these parts. 344 more words