Our S1/2 team have played in their last league game and successfully beat Cumnock Academy 4-3. The game was very close; however the girls'determination paid off in the end. Players of the match were Meaghan Slider and Alex Galloway for their skills in defence. The team have been very successful this year; losing only one match out of seven games played. We are still awaiting the overall results of the league placements.
Meaghan Slider, a member of the South Ayrshire Swimming Team, achieved gold in the 4 X
200 Individual Medley at the Open Meet with ten teams participating. Well Done!
Bake Sale and Volleyball fundraisers
A bake sale was held by S6 to help raise funds for our school charity in Badagry.
Thank you to Colette McGinley for organising the sale and all the S6 pupils who
Our S6 pupils also organised a
Volleyball match between staff and S6 pupils. Both events were very successful
and enjoyable for all involved.
Duke of Edinburgh Expedition
The Bronze DofE expeditions were a great success; all pupils participating have completed their practice with ease. Not only did the first group experience beautiful sunshine for both days, they even had a midnight munch prepared for them by the DofE leaders
S1 Parents Evening
An S1 Parents’ Evening will be held in the school on Tuesday 20thMay
from 4.15- 6.30pm. Pupils will receive Parents Night appointment sheets in order
to book slots with their teachers.
CARITAS AWARD WINNERS
A big well done to the following S6 pupils who have successfully completed the National Caritas Award:
Roisin McCallum, Colette McGinley, Luca McQuillan and Marissa Nowosad. The girls have all been actively involved within their own parish communities and in school in a variety of different ways. They have truly demonstrated that God is love. The national award ceremony will take place in the Clyde Auditorium on Saturday 31 May. Parents and staff will be in attendance.
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A number of pupils will be involved with the upcoming trip to Skye. This week they will work with Mr Mallon to complete the first part of their Bronze Youth Achievement Award.