The Alan Turing Cryptography Competition 2015 starts today! If you’re interested in taking part but have not registered, please see Mr Evans.
Do you like breaking codes and solving ciphers?
Can you, and your friends, unravel the Carbon Conundrum?
Would you like to use your mathematical skills to win some great prizes?
The University of Manchester are once again running the Alan Turing Cryptography Competition
competition is open to pupils up to and including Year 11. You and your friends can take part as a team of up to 4 people.
Former KEVI Sixth Form Student, Braden Davy, tells us how being part of Student Voice has helped him in developing his career and now contesting Alex Salmond in the next election.
The cost of a school lunch will increase from Monday 13th April 2015.
They will go up 15p per day, from £2.25 to £2.40.
We have tried to keep our prices low, whilst ensuring that we provide the highest quality food that we can. We have managed to keep prices the same for the last 5 years, despite food costs having risen considerably.
We hope you agree that this increase is reasonable and we will continue to provide the best service we can.
9H win the Accelerated Reader Cup in last half terms form competition
Congratulations to Miss Wilson and 9H who have won this round of the Accelerated Reader Cup.
The cup is awarded to the form class who has achieved the best average percentage correct on their TOPS Quiz results over the half term – 9H won with a fantastic 89.4% average.
Miss Wilson is very proud of her form class – as are Miss McKay and Mr Wright, 9H’s English teachers.
Well done also to the 144 students who have achieved 100% on a TOPS Quiz over the last half term; the five winners of the 100% League raffle will also received their prizes today to enjoy this weekend while cuddling up with their favourite book.
The competition is now reset and the race is on to see which form will win this half term.
We are delighted to have been given permission to launch our our own TED-Ed Club.
The first session will take place on Monday 12th January from 3.30-4.30pm in the Student Voice Base, and is open to all students.
TED-Ed Clubs is a flexible, school-based program that supports students in discussing, pursuing and presenting their big ideas in the form of short TED-style talks.
Learn more about TED-ED Clubs here.
Starting this week, there are a number of mock Maths exams and revision sessions for Year 12 and Year 13 students.
Information and timetables can be found on the Year 12 and Year 13 letters pages of the website.