Look what we could buy with money raised from the PHS Parent Council raffle – things that will improve science, CDT, PE, Music, Reading and Media Studies at school. The full wish list is below.
Please help by buying raffle tickets which will come home via pupil post in school bags today and sending back the counterfoils and money as soon as possible! Additional tickets can also be collected from the School Office. You could win some great prizes click here www.facebook.com/events/449194178571397/ or on any of the prize links below to find out more.
Photo-shoot of you or your family from David Aveyard Photography www.davidaveyard.co.uk
Dinner for two at Passorn Thai Restaurant http://passornthai.com
(Awarded a “Bib Gourmand” in the Michelin Guide for 2015 and ‘Best Thai restaurant in Scotland’ The Times 2012)
Dinner for two at Butternut Squash http://www.butternutportobello.co.uk
(Tripadvisor certificate of Excellence award winner 2014)
Funds raised will be used to fund some of the following on our wish-list:
3 D Printer – £1400
Logic circuit board kit – £1028;
Joulemeters – £179 each;
Colorimeter – £150
Heart Rate monitors – £64.50 each.
New Yamaha keyboards cost £187 each and would be used by many students each week.
£200 towards new revision guides/past papers for Higher and Advanced Higher level. The revision guides we currently have are outdated.
£100 for Manga books. Manga and Anime club runs after school every Monday and is very popular but we don’t have many Manga books.
£100 for new graphic novels. The Parent Council generously provided us with money to set up a graphic novel section last year. Reluctant / struggling readers love the books but are continually asking for more.
5 iPad mounts and stands to allow pupils to put their iPads onto tripods to film – leading to a more professional, higher quality piece of video, and allowing them to set iPads up to film things in a more planned way. I’m sure they would be of use in a number of contexts, including the Media enrichment group and Media courses, and possibly digital media editing courses too.
Comic books cost £10 – £15 per copy so are more expensive than ordinary novels. Funding would be greatly appreciated. I will work with Lauren so that we do not duplicate copies, but at the same time have a selection available for my readers.
Wii Fit –for dancing / singing / games-£140
We would love to buy kit for our runners