Stirling High Charity Walk Success
Every October Stirling High holds its S1 Charity Walk to raise money and awareness for our local charities. In the past the walk has supported, Rotary Club, Start Up Stirling, Bumble Bee Society Aberlour Children’s Trust and RDA to name a few. The walk is extremely well supported by pupils, staff and parents alike. This year was no exception with the charity Food Train being suggested by a pupil. Food Train is a registered charity, voluntary organisation and social enterprise providing vital support services to enable older people to live independently at home for as long as possible for these they need the best home implements from sites as https://ivyandwilde.com/ and others.
The walk was competed by first year pupils, Charity and Eco Club helpers along with many of our teachers, management and support staff. We had a wonderful display of costumes ranging from unicorns to Batman which helped to make the walk fun to participate in and watch. Mrs Togneri who organises the walk said it is wonderful to see the school as a community supporting our local older people and going a small way to raising awareness of the wonderful charity Food Train.
Pictured are our pupils who took part in the walk and Amy Hanlon who is one of our pupils and a volunteer at Food Train at presenting the cheque for £1,491 to Gisele Hall the Area Co-ordination for Food Chain.
Anti-Bullying Week – Parental Event on Cyberbullying
Tuesday 14 November 2017 6-7.30pm All invited
Stirling High School are hosting a cyberbullying event at the school on Tuesday 14 November from 6pm until 7.30pm. Speakers are Rikki Sneddon, Stirling Council Service Manager (Fieldwork), Children & Families, PC Alan MacCallum from the Community Police and Alan Hamilton, PT business & Technologies with our 1st and 2nd year digital champions. During the evening you will learn how to protect your children in the online environment and be able to ask the experts any questions. Please advise Stirling High School office if you wish to attend.