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It's been a very busy term, with lots of good work going on.
Enjoy the October break and come back refreshed and ready to go again!
Captain: Liam Johnston
Vice Captains: Hannah Graham & Sarah Elder
S6 Prefects: Lucy Barnstaple, Cara Turner, Claire Murdoch, Amy Spence & Josh Fullarton
S5 Prefect: Lauren Bond & Mitchell Stevenson
Staff: Miss Eadie (Acting)
This weekend, Emma Ruthven travelled with others from her club at Shitokai Scotland to compete in Berlin at the Banzai International Karate Open.
This was a huge competition with over 1400 entrants in total, and was of an extremely high standard.
Emma competed in the Female Cadet Kata category and got all the way to the final, losing narrowly 3.2 to the Belgian National Champion.
Another brilliant performance from Emma and outstanding preparation for the Worlds in a couple of weeks time.
Next stop for Emma on the road to the worlds in Tenerife, is Bialsko Biala in Poland for the Polish Open, this weekend 13/10/17.
We wish you more success in your build up to the Karate World Championships in Santa Cruz, Tenerife, at the end of October.
We are loking forward to The Baldy Bane Theatre company visiting on Monday 25th October to perform to S1 and S6 about road safety.
Congratulations to James and Matthew Gillon for their successful participation in the Secondary Schools' Road Race Championships on the 4th October.
At the Falkirk Stadium, James came a brilliant 4th in the S5/6 boys category, with Matthew coming a very respectable 30th in the S3/4 Boys group.
Well done to you both.
This morning we had a very successful poetry event in the school library for National Poetry Day.
Hosted by Miss Duncan and Miss Gaughan, the organisers, over 60 pupils took part. Some read their own poetry while others found poems on this years theme of Freedom. The audience were moved by some of the personal issues that were tackled. Cara McBride sang "Free Fallin" by John Mayer in her usual brilliant style. The school captains were on hand to offer opening and closing remarks.
A big thank you to everyone who took part and made this such a success.
National Poetry Day was held on 28th September.
Our National Poetry Day Performance will now take place on Thursday 5th October from 11.30am - 1pm.
Jam & Ham Festival Jampionship Results 2017
1st Jenna McGinnies
2nd Meg Saleem
Highly commended Cody Leghorn
1st Lauren Allan
2nd Samatha Colquhoun
3rd Emily Norwood
Highly Commended Paris McCrae Brown
1at Abigail Hardisty
2nd Abigail Taylor
3rd Rachel Shearer
Highly commended Jenna Steen
Lauren Allan also won the overall best baker's prize, well done Lauren.
A huge thank you to the Home Economic Department for getting involved this year.
Well done to all our pupils who won prizes for their baking.