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On Wednesday 11th March a selection of our pupils from S1 and S2 got the opportunity to meet a World Champion curler and a Paralympic Bronze medallist curler, through the Champions in Schools initiative. They travelled to Hamilton Ice Rink where the Champions’ gave a short presentation about their backgrounds before our pupils took to the ice to try it for themselves! After some slips and falls our pupils demonstrated terrific effort in learning a new skill. The smiles suggested that all pupils thoroughly enjoyed the experience and cannot wait for the next session which will take place after Easter.
Photographs of events during Fairtrade Fortnight 2015 are now available in our image gallery.
Alistair Orr and Rebecca Dobbin won the Scottish Schools, Senior Mixed Doubles, badminton championship at Linwood Sports Centre on Sunday. Photo below of presentation, with Robert Blair, Commonwealth Games (Glasgow), Mixed Doubles, Bronze medallist.
Alistair and Jordan Philip were beaten in the Senior Boys Doubles final in a closely fought contest.
Alistair was beaten in the semi-final of the Senior Boys Singles and Jordan lost in the final
Rebecca Dobbin won the consolation singles competition.
Well done to you all, a fantastic achievement!
March supported study sessions for Computing and Business courses:
|Tuesdays||3.45-4.30pm||Higher Business Management||D205|
|Tuesdays||3.45-4.30pm||N5 Business Management
|Mon- Thurs||Lunchtimes||N5 Computing Science||D207|
|Thursday||Lunchtimes||Higher Computing - completion of coursework||D207|
Higher Computing revision
NATIONAL 5 & HIGHER SPANISH TALKING PERFORMANCE
Pupils will undertake the Performances for the Talking element of the National 5 and Higher Spanish courses on the following dates:
- Monday 2 March
- Wednesday 4 March
- Monday 9 March
- Tuesday 10 March
- Thursday 12 March
- Thursday 19 March
Pupils have been issued with a letter to advise parents/carers of the requirements for this SQA Performance, and they have been issued with a time and date for their Performance.
The Performance is worth 30% of the final mark at both National 5 and Higher levels.
Pupils should have their Presentation learned and have their topics practised for the conversation.
If a pupil is absent on day of their Performance, they will need to bring a medical note in order for an alternative slot to be arranged.
|Mr Smith had the honour of presenting several International Ties
to our pupils over the past month at assemblies.
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Courses this year in wider achievement cover a vast range: Construction, digital media, theatre skills, Duke of Edinburgh, games development, Graphic Design, Psychology, music performing, musical theatre, music for wellbeing, practical media, retail therapy, robotics, something sweet, sport science and fitness, sportsleaders, supported study and Victoria Park Adventures. Click here to see complete list and further details.
All completed forms should be handed into Pupil Support teachers by Thursday 12th March.