Recently, the Hawick High News Team took a trip to Holyrood to interview Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. The interview was filmed by the BBC and was published on the BBC website. However, the full interview wasn’t shown so the team have put together this video of their trip to Edinburgh. It includes the full interview as well as lots of behind the scenes shots.
Senior Course Choice event is scheduled to take place w/c 23rd March 2015 for all S3, S4 & S5 pupils. The event will take place in the Assembly Hall.
**IF S3/4/5 PUPILS WOULD LIKE TO FIND OUT THEIR COURSE CHOICE APPOINTMENT PLEASE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org WITH THE SUBJECT ‘Senior Course Choice’ AS WELL AS YOUR NAME AND CLASS. YOU COULD ALSO MESSAGE HAWICK HIGH NEWS ON FACEBOOK**
Members of the Hawick High News Team, with help from the Schools Newspaper group, took part in Thursdays BBC News School Report. The young people covered stories from around the world, as well as producing their own sport and weather reports.
You can watch their news bulletin below:
Hawick High School’s online news team ‘Hawick High News’ recently launched their new website and they are looking for your opinions on it. The survey will take less than a minute to fill out, click here to do it. You can visit their website at www.hawickhighnews.co.uk for all the latest updates, as well as more information about their interview with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
S3 – S5 Course Choice Parents’ evening on 5th March from 5pm – 7pm.
In this months episode we take a look at the highlights of the Burns Supper, Interview Headteacher Mr McClory, take a look at the recent trip to Auschwitz, and we find out what your new years resolutions are.
Don’t forget to join us next month on Thursday 19th March when we will be taking part in the BBC News School Report.
Also don’t forget to check out our brand new website where you can get all the latest news from Hawick High school as well as daily bulletin updated – www.hawickhighnews.co.uk
Fraser Knight explains what Type 1 Diabetes is and how the health condition affects the lives of not only those living with it, but also those around them.
Thanks to NHS Borders, Hawick High School and Borders College. Written and presented by Fraser Knight; filmed and edited by Ronald Yule.
Use in portfolio at interview for BA Multimedia Journalism at Glasgow Caledonian University and Journalism at Edinburgh Napier University 2015.
From the Romans to the Union of the Crowns
- Dr. Steve Boardman, University of Edinburgh
- Prof. Michael Brown, University of St Andrews
- Prof. Richard Oram, University of Stirling
Free to attend
Three distinguished academic historians from different disciplines discuss the evolution of the Scottish Borders, through an examination of archaeological remains from the Roman Period, and historical documentary evidence relating to the landscape, the local and national politics and governance of the region
Elm Row, Galashiels
Wednesday 25 February
How to Book
For tickets and further information contact the RSE Events Department:
t. 0131 240 2780
Speeches from this years Burns Supper:
Tae The Lassies:
Tae The Laddies: