Screen Machine

The Screen Machine will be in Kinlochbervie on September 8 and September 9. Films are:

  • The Croods (U)
  • Black Widow (12A)
  • Small Country & Islands in Film (15) – about the experiences and challenges of living and working in the Highlands
  • Limbo – black comedy about a group of refugees awaiting asylum in the Western Isles

No dates for Durness this time.

What’s On

 

 

 

Screen Machine – June 14-17 – Kinlochbervie and Durness

The Screen Machine will be at the Harbour in Kinlochbervie and Durness next week.  All seats must be booked online.  At the time of writing, there are limited places available for some showings.

Please visit https://www.screenmachine.co.uk/listings/

 

 
Kinlochbervie – Harbour
Monday 14 June
Nomadland (12A) 17.30 pm
Judas & the Black Messiah (15) 20.30 pm
Tuesday 15 June
Peter Rabbit (U) 17.30 pm
Nomadland (12A) 20.30 pm
Durness – Village Hall
Wednesday 16 June
Nomadland (12A) 17.30 pm
Minari (12A) 20.30 pm
Thursday 17 June
Peter Rabbit 2 (U) 17.30 pm
Nomadland (12A) 20.30 pm

Dates for the Diary – June 7 – 11

Date Event Other
June 2021
Mon/Tue 7-8 June Inset Days
Monday 14 June New timetable begins
P7 Induction Week
Mon/Tues 14-15 June Screen Machine at KLB Harbour
Tuesday 15 June High School Sports Day
Wednesday 16 June DTP/MenACWY Immunisations
Wed/Thur 16-17 June Screen Machine at Durness Village Hall

Extraordinary Parent Council Meeting – 29 April 2021

Staffing Issues: 

An extraordinary meeting  of the Parent Council was held virtually on 20 April 2021 in order to discuss staffing.

Highland Council has reduced the number of teach staff allocated to Kinlochbervie High School.  Using a formula, the high school has only been allocated 7.5 whole time equivalent teachers.  In previous years, the school has always been allocated a better staffing level but Highland Council has refused any increase this year.  The staffing reduction will mean that the school will be able to offer fewer subjects.  The school feels that 9.0 whole time equivalent teachers is required to deliver the curriculum satisfactorily.

Councillors Hugh Morrison and Linda Munro attended the meeting and will take parent concerns back to Highland Council and ask them to reconsider the allocation.  If the request is refused, the parent council will consider whether further action can be taken.

Click the link to view/download the minutes of the meeting.

Extra-ordinary Parent Council Meeting 29-04-21

Date of next meeting:

26 May 2021 at 6.00 pm via Google Meet