As a conclusion to group sessions looking at crime and its consequences, Kirkland High School Inclusion Unit organised a visit to Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court. The young people wanted to visit the court to experience being a member of the jury and listened to a variety of cases.
A group of third years from Lochgelly High School who follow the Flexible Curriculum group took part in a three day team building course.
Lochgelly High School and local drug and alcohol service The Zone came together last Wednesday and delivered a training day to pupils around the impact/consequences and effects that drugs and alcohol can have.
Pupils from the Apex Inclusion Unit in Dunfermline High School hosted an event at the Scottish Parliament last week after an invitation by Children in Scotland.
Two fourth year pupils who have been part of the Inclusion Unit at Lochgelly High School were awarded The Saltire Approach award for achieving ten hours of volunteering.
The successful Apex Inclusion Unit model was cited in the Scotland on Sunday as a positive and effective approach to tackling the problem of unruly school pupils in an article published on 4 November 2012.
Representatives from the Scottish Government joined the senior management teams of Apex Scotland and Dunfermline High to launch a very positive evaluation of the Dunfermline High School Inclusion Unit on 26 April 2012.
An Evaluation of Apex Scotland’s award winning Inclusion Unit, delivered in partnership with Dunfermline High School, is going to be launched on 26 April 2012 at Carnegie College Conference Centre in Dunfermline.
Apex Scotland’s Inclusion Unit based in Dunfermline High School recently hosted a visit by high-ranking education and justice representatives to celebrate the publication of a very positive report from education inspectors.