Charleston Academy

S2 Gaelic careers event

Chaidh sgoilearan Gàidhlig bhon dàrna bliadhna gu Siuthad!, latha dreuchdan Gàidhlig a chaidh a chur air dòigh le Leasachadh Sgilean Alba, Comhairle na Gàidhealtachd, Iomairt na Gàidhealtachd ’s nan Eilean agus Bòrd na Gàidhlig.  Dh’ ionnsaich sgoilearan mar a dh’fhaodadh sgilean Gàidhlig an cuideachadh nan cuid obrach agus mun raon farsaing de chothroman cosnaidh a …

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Football

S1 v Dingwall Academy Dingwall Academy – 4 Charleston Academy – 1 (Jack McCormick) MOM – Daniel McDougall Charleston went down 4-1 to Dingwall Academy on Friday. Charleston played some fantastic football and were incredibly unfortunate to be on the wrong end of the result. Despite going 1-0 down in the first half, Charleston battled …

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Teenage Cancer Trust

On Thursday 14 November we welcomed Alana Robinson from the Teenage Cancer Trust, who gave a presentation to our S2 year group.  This was a really informative and engaging presentation, drawing pupils attention to the early signs of potential cancer, raising awareness of the tireless pursuits currently undertaken to help prevent and treat cancers, and …

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Debating

Katie Gillies did an amazing speech at the Lochardil House Hotel on the topic of ‘Why the manufacture of non-renewable plastics should be banned’. The competition was organised by the Rotary Club and was a brilliant way or tackling this issue. The Donald Dewar Debate is a memorial debate in memory of a highly prestigious …

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String group

The Charleston Academy String Group were invited along to the Inverness Town House on the evening of Thursday the 8th of November to play for the Highland Council Quality Awards dinner.  Rachel Gillies, Emily Blackmore, Kern Robertson, Ethan Hodgson, Ramsay Banks, Abigail Morris and Isobel Garvie were accompanied by myself and our strings instructor Mr …

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