On Saturday 13th October between 9.30 and 11.30, the Paralympic torch is coming to the Sainsbury’s store at Darnley. This is your chance to have your photo taken along with the torch.
Sainsbury’s were very keen to ensure Mearns Castle pupils had this opportunity given our very close connections with all things Paralympic!
Mearns Castle held a Paralympics Party tonight to support Andrew Mullen in his third Paralympic final.
Over 200 pupils and staff cheered Andrew on in his London final.
Click here to see more pictures from the party.
Andrew Mullen swam yet another personal best of 39.71 seconds in the 50m butterfly to win a place in final tonight.
Andrew swims about 8pm tonight. GO Andrew!!!!
Andrew Mullan broke his personal best twice today in London and finished fourth in the men’s 50 butterfly S5.
First he finished second in his heat in a time of 39.69 and then he finished fourth in the final with an even better time of 39.54.
As you can see above Andrew narrowly missed out on the bronze medal.
Andrew has another chance of getting a medal in the 50 butterfly which takes place tomorrow.
Andrew had just finished his 50 freestyle Paralympic final in a time of 38.08. Well done Andrew great swimming and what an experience. Remember Andrew is just 15 and is competing in the men’s events.
Next week Andrew competes in his main events the 50m butterfly where he is ranked number 4 in the world and 50m backstroke where Andrew is ranked number 2 in the world.
Andrew Mullen, an S5 pupils at MCHS, swam his best time ever this morning in the men’s 50 freestyle S5 heat to win his place in the final.
All of S5 and many friends watched Andrew live this morning in the Open Area.
Andrew will swim in the final tonight at 8:25. You can follow the race live on Channel 4.
Well done Andrew. All of MCHS and East Renfrewshire are so proud of you and wish you all the best for tonight’s final.