2017/2018 Parent Council Meeting DATES

DATES for your diary…

2017/2018 Parent Council Meeting dates

come to one – come to all –
JOIN US and hear what is happening in your school
Have your say in what you want to be happening
and help Breadalbane Academy on this wonderful path of success

TUES 26TH SEPTEMBER
WEDNESDAY 25TH OCTOBER
THURSDAY 30TH NOVEMBER
DECEMBER SOCIAL EVENT
TUESDAY 30TH JANUARY
WEDNESDAY 28TH FEBRUARY
THURSDAY 29TH MARCH
TUESDAY 24TH APRIL

(these are proposed dates so please check regularly for updates and confirmation on location.
Usual meeting location is Breadalbane Campus but this may change for certain meetings)

3rd May Parent Council Meeting – Focus on Mental Health

NEW DATE for PARENT COUNCIL MEETING

Focus on Mental Health

Wednesday 3 May 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Breadalbane Community Campus

With an Outline of:
What the school is doing to support positive mental health

What other agencies ae out there and what they can do to help.

Some examples of positive mental health in other groups
and clubs including mindfulness and the positive mindset.

Advice on what parents/carers might do at home to encourage positive mental health.

www.facebook.com/BreadalbaneacademyParentCouncil

www.breadalbaneparents.com

University Admissions Evening 2017

What: University admissions open evening
When: 6:30pm, Tuesday 14 March, 2017
Where: Breadalbane Community Campus
Who: All parents, carers, and pupils are welcome

Are you or your child thinking of going to college or university? Come along to the Breadalbane Academy University Admissions Evening 2017 to speak to representatives from some of Scotland’s top universities.

This is your chance to ask the experts:

  • How to maximise your chances of getting into the course you want.
  • What universities are really looking for in a personal statement.
  • How to make the best use of a gap year.

And anything else to do with the university admissions process.

The event will start with a panel discussion, ranging widely over all topics to do with university admissions. There will then be an open Q&A, with the chance for everyone to ask questions.

The panel will consist of representatives from Skills Scotland, Breadalbane Academy guidance department, and the universities of the Highlands and Islands, St Andrews, Dundee, and Strathclyde.

Everyone’s welcome at the event but it will be particularly useful to families with pupils in S1 to S3. Please share this post with everyone you know who has a child at Breadalbane.

We look forward to seeing you on the night!