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Music

Staff

  • Mr R. Brown (PT)
  • Ms K. Fletcher
  • H. Bown

Music Instructors

B. Jones
D. Griffith
K Griffith
E. Duncan

Department

Music and Music Technology is open to all at Stromness Academy and pupils can study both course from N4 level up to Advanced Higher.
The Music Dept. encourages performance and music of all types to be explored and pupils to find new ways of expressing themselves.
As well as class lessons we have many performance and club opportunities to learn and share music. Some of these include: Band Comp, Christmas Service, POP Choir, Orchestra, Belt Hid Oot, This is their moment and many many more. For more details please speak with a member of the Music Dept.

Courses

Course Choice 2021-22

BGE

Music BGE 2021-22

Senior Phase (S4-6)

Music Performing N5 2021-22

Music Performing Higher 2021-22

Music Performing Advanced Higher 2021-22

Music Technology N5  2021-22

Music Technology Higher  2021-22

Music Technology AH 2020-21

 

 

Senior Phase S4-S6 (SQA)

National 4 Music Higher Music
National 5 Music Advanced Higher Music

National 4 Music Technology Higher Music Technology
National 5 Music Technology Advanced Higher Music Technology

Christmas Service 2019

Band Competition 2019

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***COVID-19 guidance reminder for staff and pupils returning to the classroom***(Lorraine) The Council is reminding school staff and pupils of COVID-19 measures still in place to try and keep everyone safe as they return to the classroom after the October break.The Scottish Government have been asking for some time now that people undertake twice-weekly lateral flow device tests and this has also been the case for staff and secondary pupils in schools. With all schools across the county due back on Monday, 25 October, we would appeal to all our school staff and secondary pupils to schedule one of their regular LFD tests shortly before they return – as was the advice following the summer break.Orkney Islands Council Executive Director of Education, Leisure and Housing, James Wylie, said: “Following the recent outbreak and in the build up to the October holidays we saw significant engagement in the LFD process. It is imperative that we pick up where we left off. All school staff and secondary pupils are strongly encouraged to restart twice-weekly at-home LFD testing in the week prior to return. The advice states that ideally, staff and secondary pupils should take the second weekly test either in the morning before leaving for the first day of school or the evening before.“It is really important that you record your results online, whether positive, negative or void. This helps public health experts understand what levels of COVID-19 are and can inform policy on things like future mitigations in schools.“Testing can help reduce the risks of COVID-19 outbreaks in schools. This, in turn, can help reduce the numbers of staff or children and young people that will have to self-isolate due to outbreaks.”All schools offered test kits to staff and pupils prior to the October break, which can be used for these purposes. If any staff or pupils have not received test kits, they can access them in a range of different ways, including ordering online for home delivery, or collecting kits from your nearest test site or pharmacy, such as Sutherlands in Kirkwall and Stromness, and Boots.

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