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Catch Up & Revision Support

Catch Up Revision Support 2020-21


2020 Virtual Sponsored Walk

How to record your involvement

How to support our Sponsored Walk

Our chosen charity

Scottish National Standardised Assessments: Information for Parents/Carers

‘Scottish National Standardised Assessments: Information for Parents / Carers’ .

Prelim & SQA Information

The Prelim timetable and other useful information can now be found in the following area:- Pupils, SQA Information.

Increase to School Meal charges

The percentage increase will be applied to the tarriff in Academies – Main Course £2.00 – soup/pudding 85p. The New Tarriff will be available on line and in Academies from Friday 12th April 2019

The percentage increase will be applied to the tariff in Academies – Main course £2.00 – soup/ pudding 85p. The New Tarriff will be available on line and in Academies from Friday 12th April 2019

Activity Week Information

Senior Phase Choice Booklet Information

SQA & Revision Information

Therapeutic Garden Information

A group of teachers and pupils have been working hard to create a Therapeutic Garden in the grounds of Mintlaw Academy. Featuring winding paths leading to different areas, a reflective shelter, sensory flowers and plants, bird feeders, water features and other eco additions, the garden will be a long term project that will evolve over time. It will function as an education resource, involving pupils in its progress which will help them develop skills for life and employment and earn additional qualifications such as ASDAN, John Muir Award, Personal Achievement awards and many more! It will also serve a wider purpose, as an outdoor learning space for all classes, teambuilding area for staff and pupils, gardens for pupils to work on, development of eco projects and space to showcase projects.

Finally the creation and completion of the garden will facilitate a meaningful interdisciplinary project, engaging pupils, staff, local businesses, parents and community members, ultimately providing an additional resource in the learning and teaching of pupils in our area.

If you would like to be involved or hear more about the project please contact Mrs T Ross or Mrs A McKeown at Mintlaw Academy, 01771 622994.