November 2017

Published: 29 November 2017

The school has received a query concerning St Andrew's Day. We would like to reassure parents/carers (and pupils) that we will be operating as normal tomorrow, Thursday 30 November 2017. 

All holidays can be viewed either on the school calendar or the Session Dates document for 2017/2018.

Published: 28 November 2017

A consultation letter has been published by the Scottish Government regarding the content of a new Education Bill which will empower schools and strengthen the role of parents.    For the full letter please follow this link.  

Published: 26 November 2017

East Lothian Council is committed to creating and sustaining a safe, positive and inclusive environment where respect is shown to and is given by all of its children, young people, staff and parents/carers.  Positive relationships are central to developing and maintaining inclusive environments.

An updated Anti-Bullying Policy entitled "Respect for All" is now available.

Published: 24 November 2017

Have you considered volunteering?  Some great reasons to volunteer if you are able can be viewed in the links below.

Parents/Carers: The ongoing social, academic and emotional success of our pupils relies heavily on the amazing network of parents and carers. Volunteering at Knox Academy could be the key to success (for us all!). You might think you don’t have anything to offer, or that someone else is better fit to volunteer their time. We can achieve anything within the community with committed volunteers.

Pupils: Volunteer work presents a great opportunity for you to prepare for the future – whatever that may entail. It helps develop community both within Knox and the wider Haddington area. Developing leadership skills boosts Confidence, Organisation skills and your Employability. High school students who volunteer have an advantage over their peers when headed off to the work place, University or College



Published: 14 November 2017

Last Wednesday Knox Academy Girls SOR had their first rugby development match against Leith Vixens at Haddington Rugby Club. For many Knox girls this was their first venture in to full contact rugby and there were a few nerves! Leith were playing their 8th competitive match so it was al;ways going to be a struggle for the Knox girls. The match was played in great spirits with both teams playing open rugby and putting on a great display for the supporters who had braved the cold winter night. Leith came away worthy winners but the Knox girls can be extremely proud of their performance with some great displays and some big hits! The girls head coach L.Borwick was very impressed with the effort the girls put in she and the girls are looking forward to their next match.

If any S1-S3 girls are interested in joining girls rugby it is held on a Thursday 4.30 -5.30 at Haddington Rugby Club speak to Miss L. Borwick for more details

Published: 10 November 2017

Knox Academy is pleased to invite applications for the following vacancies:

Closing Date: Sunday 19 November 2017

Closing Date: Sunday 26 November 2017

Published: 07 November 2017

The School Magazine Team have been busy preparing the second edition of the year.  Have a read!

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